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Michael Redhill

Michael Redhill is an award-winning author based in Toronto.
Michael Redhill celebrates winning the 2017 Giller Prize for his novel Bellevue Square. (Chris Young/Canadian Press)

Michael Redhill is a poet, playwright and novelist. Redhill garnered much acclaim for past novels Consolation and Martin Sloane and won the $100,000 Scotiabank Giller Prize in 2017 for Bellevue SquareThe novel follows Jean Mason, a woman who finds out that she may have a doppelgänger in the Toronto neighbourhood of Kensington Market. Redhill also writes mysteries under the pseudonym Inger Ash Wolfe. He currently lives in Toronto.

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Michael Redhill won the 2017 Scotiabank Giller Prize for his novel Bellevue Square. The $100,000 prize is Canada's richest literary award. 5:05
Michael Redhill, author of Bellevue Square, is this year's Giller Prize winner. Bellevue Square is a dark comedy about a woman searching for her doppelganger and trying to determine her look-alike's potentially sinister motives 2:18
'Life doesn't prepare you for a moment like that,' says Bellevue Square author 6:52
Toronto novelist, poet and playwright Michael Redhill took home the Giller Prize last night for his novel, Bellevue Square. 12:18
Michael Redhill on his what he calls his "doppelganger novel," which is shortlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize. 3:06

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