Mark Sinnett

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Mark Sinnett
Born England
Occupation poet, novelist, short story writer
Nationality Canadian
Period 1990s-present
Notable works The Landing, The Border Guards, The Carnivore

Mark Sinnett is a Canadian poet, novelist and short story writer.[1] Originally from England, Sinnett moved to Canada as a teenager in 1980.[1] Sinnett won the Gerald Lampert Award in 1998 for his poetry collection The Landing,[2] and the Toronto Book Award in 2010 for his novel The Carnivore.[3] He was a shortlisted finalist for the Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Novel in 2005 for his novel The Border Guards.

He is currently based in Kingston, Ontario, where he also works as a real estate agent.[1]

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