Tess Fragoulis’ first book, Stories to Hide from Your Mother (Arsenal Pulp,1997) was nominated for the Quebec Writer’s Federation Best First Book Award. Her novel, Ariadne’s Dream (Thistledown 2001) was nominated for the 2003 IMPAC International Dublin Literary Prize, and received an honourable mention for the Books in Canada/Amazon First Novel Award. She edited Musings: an anthology of Greek-Canadian literature (Vehicule, 2004) and has published widely in literary journals. She has also written for film, television, radio and newspapers in Canada. Her latest novel, The Goodtime Girl, was published in Canada by Cormorant Books in Spring 2012, and in Greece by Psichogios Publications in Fall 2012.
Presently, Tess lives, writes and teaches in Montreal, Canada.
You can listen to a 3 part radio interview recorded in February 2013 here.
Για συνεντεύξεις στην ελληνική γλώσσα: Ti Simveni και Patris.
Dear Ms Fragoulis,
I am teaching your “Ariadne’s Dream” this year at the Modern Greek Dept. of the University of Hamburg. Would you care to drop me a personal e-mail (email@example.com)? With kind wishes, Kostas Yiavis