December 9, 1890
|Died||July 13, 1970
Laura Goodman Salverson (née Goodman) (December 9, 1890 – July 13, 1970) was a Canadian author.
She was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, the daughter of Lárus Guðmundsson and Ingibjörg Guðmundsdóttir who immigrated to Winnipeg in 1887 from Grundir in Bolungarvík, Iceland. She married George Salverson in 1913.
- The Viking Heart (1923)
- When Sparrows Fall (1925)
- Wayside Gleams (1925)
- Land of the Silver Dragons (1927)
- The Dark Weaver: Against the Sombre Background of the Old Generations Flame the Scarlet Banners of the New (1937), winner of a 1937 Governor General's Award
- Confessions of an Immigrant’s Daughter (1939), winner of a 1939 Governor General's Award
- Immortal Rock: The Saga of the Kensington Stone (1954), winner of the 1954 Ryerson Fiction Award
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