|Born||1972/1973 (age 44–45)
National Theatre School of Canada
Claudia Dey (born c. 1972/1973) is a Canadian writer. She was born in Toronto, Ontario. She studied English Literature at McGill University and playwriting at the National Theatre School of Canada, where she graduated in 1997.
Dey's first novel, Stunt, was published by Coach House Books. It was one of The Globe and Mail's "2008 Globe 100" and Quill and Quire’s "Books of the Year." It was nominated for the Amazon.ca First Novel Award.
Her plays have been translated into French and German. They include Beaver, The Gwendolyn Poems and Trout Stanley. The Gwendolyn Poems was nominated for the 2002 Governor General's Awards and the Trillium Book Award.
She is married to Canadian musician Don Kerr.
- The Gwendolyn Poems (2002)
- Trout Stanley (2005)
- Stunt (2008)
- How To Be A Bush Pilot: A Field Guide to Getting Luckier (2010)
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