Michelle Winters

Michelle Winters is a writer, translator and painter from Saint John, N.B.
Michelle Winters is a painter and author from Saint John, N.B. (Sara Heinonen)

Michelle Winters is a author and painter from Saint John, N.B., currently based in Toronto. Her debut novel I Am a Truck was shortlisted for the 2017 Scotiabank Giller Prize. The book, set in rural Acadia, is about woman named Agathe who is set to celebrate her twentieth wedding anniversary when her husband's Chevy truck is found abandoned at the side of the road. Following her husband's mysterious disappearance Agathe, with the help of a coworker, must go on a journey of self-discovery and personal growth.  

Michelle Winters' Giller Files reports

Books by Michelle Winters



Watch novelist Michelle Winters dissect the elements that make up a good story and how they relate to her own roller coaster ride to being a Giller nominee 5:16
Novelist Michelle Winters in conversation with Radio West in Kelowna regarding her Scotiabank Giller Prize nomination. 7:57


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