Eliza Clark (author)

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Eliza Clark
Born (1963-05-22) May 22, 1963 (age 51)
Toronto, Ontario
Occupation Novelist

Eliza Clark (born May 22, 1963) is a Canadian writer.

Born in Toronto, Ontario, she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from York University in 1985. She now works steadily as a television producer/director, fiction writer and story editor for both text and film. Clark has also taught creative writing at Ryerson University, the Humber School for Writers and York University.

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  • Miss You Like Crazy, 1991.
  • What You Need, 1994.
  • Butterflies and Bottlecaps, 1996.
  • Seeing and Believing, 1999.
  • Bite the Stars: A Novel, 2000.

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