C.S. Richardson

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C.S. Richardson (born Regina, Saskatchewan) is a Canadian novelist, and book designer.[1] His novel, The End of the Alphabet, won the 2008 Commonwealth Writers' Prize for Best first Book, Canada & the Caribbean.[2] He has won the Alcuin Society Award multiple times.[3]

He is Vice President, and Creative Director at Random House of Canada.[4] He lives in Toronto.

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