Andrew Westoll

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Andrew Westoll
Born Andrew Westoll
Nationality Canadian
Genres Non-fiction, creative non-fiction
Notable work(s) The Riverbones, The Chimps of Fauna Sanctuary
Spouse(s) Samantha Westoll

Andrew Westoll is an award winning Canadian non-fiction writer, who won the 2012 Charles Taylor Prize for his book The Chimps of Fauna Foundation: A Canadian Story of Resilience and Recovery.[1]

A primatologist, Westoll previously published the travel memoir The Riverbones, about a year he spent studying capuchin monkeys in Suriname, in 2008. He is also a contributor to The Walrus, Explore, Outpost and The Globe and Mail. He won a Canadian National Magazine Award in 2007 for his Explore article "Somewhere Up a Jungle River", an article that grew into a book, The Riverbones.[2]

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  1. ^ Medley, Mark, March 5, 2012, Andrew Westoll wins Charles Taylor Prize for Literary Non-Fiction, National Post, Retrieved 11/23/2012
  2. ^ "The Walrus waddles away with the most magazine awards". CBC. June 7, 2008. Retrieved August 26, 2013. 

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