About the Author: Angie Abdou
Angie Abdou was born and raised in Moose Jaw, SK. She completed a BA in English at the University of Regina and an M.A. from University of Western Ontario. In the fall of 2009, Angie will receive her Ph.D. from University of Calgary. She briefly lived in Calgary before moving to Fernie, where she teaches at the College of the Rockies. She lives with her husband, Marty, and her children, Oliver and Katherine.
Abdou has been speed swimming since the age of four and currently competes at the Masters level. Her first book Anything Boys Can Do—a collection of short stories—was published in 2006. Abdou has also contributed to many magazines and periodicals, including Other Voices, The Harpweaver, The Windsor Review, Spring and Grain Magazine. Her latest title, The Bone Cage, was published in July 2007 and is currently in its second printing.
More information about Angie and her writing is available on her website - www.abdou.ca
Courtesy NeWest Press.