D. R. MacDonald
|D. R. MacDonald|
|Born||David R. MacDonald
Boularderie, Nova Scotia
|Occupation||novelist, short story writer|
|Notable work(s)||Cape Breton Road, Lauchlin of the Bad Heart|
D. R. MacDonald is the pen name of David R. MacDonald, a Canadian-American writer who publishes novels and short stories. Born in Boularderie, Nova Scotia and raised in Ohio, he is a professor emeritus of creative writing at Stanford University. He still spend summers at the family homestead in Cape Breton Island, which he purchased in 1971, and his fiction is set in Cape Breton.
His novel Lauchlin of the Bad Heart was a longlisted nominee for the Scotiabank Giller Prize in 2007.
- Eyestone (1988, short stories)
- Cape Breton Road (2001, novel)
- All the Men Are Sleeping (2002, short stories)
- Lauchlin of the Bad Heart (2007, novel)
- Anna From Away (2012, novel)
- The Ice Bridge (2013, novel)
- "D.R. MacDonald: Homing instinct". Quill & Quire, October 2007.
- "New fiction: ‘The Ice Bridge,’ by D.R. MacDonald". Washington Post, July 29, 2013.
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