|Born||July 24, 1962
Prud'homme, Saskatchewan, Canada
|Notable work||Flight of Aquavit, Sundowner Ubuntu|
|Awards||Lambda Literary Award (2005)|
Bidulka's books have been nominated for Crime Writers of Canada Arthur Ellis Awards, Saskatchewan Book Awards, a ReLit award, and Lambda Literary Awards.
His novel Flight of Aquavit won the Lambda Literary Award for Best Men’s Mystery, making Bidulka the first Canadian to win in that category. Bidulka received Lambda Literary Award nominations again in 2008 for Stain of the Berry, in 2009 for Sundowner Ubuntu, and in 2013 for Dos Equis.
Born and raised on a farm near Prud'homme, Saskatchewan, Bidulka studied psychology at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, and worked as a teacher and CPA before devoting himself to full-time writing in 1999.
- Amuse-Bouche (2003)
- Flight of Aquavit (2004)
- Tapas on the Ramblas (2005)
- Stain of the Berry (2006)
- Sundowner Ubuntu (2007)
- Aloha, Candy Hearts (2009)
- Date with a Seesha (2010)
- Dos Equis (2012)
- When The Saints Go Marching In (2013)
- The Women of Skawa Island (2014)
- Set Free (2016)
- Anthony Bidulka. glbtq.com, 2008.
- "List of 2009 Lambda Literary Award Nominees and Winners". Archived from the original on 21 August 2007.
- "Rae Spoon, Kamal Al-Solaylee among Canadian Lambda nominees". Quill & Quire. March 6, 2013. Archived from the original on 6 January 2014.
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