Jack Hodgins

Jack Hodgins was born and raised on Vancouver Island. He taught Creative Writing at a number of Canadian universities, and retired from the University of Victoria in 2002. He is the author of seven novels, including "The Invention of the World"; "The Resurrection of Joseph Bourne," winner of the Governor General's Award; "The Macken Charm"; "Broken Ground," winner of the Ethel Wilson Prize for Fiction; and "Distance"; and three books of short stories, "Spit Delaney's Island," a finalist for the...See more