Maureen Medved

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Maureen Medved is a Canadian writer and playwright. She is also an assistant professor at the University of British Columbia. She has been published in literary journals and magazines and has had her plays produced in Vancouver, British Columbia, Waterloo, Ontario and Toronto, Ontario. She wrote a screenplay based on her first novel The Tracey Fragments, which was made into a film of the same name directed by Bruce McDonald and starring Ellen Page.

Maureen Medved
OccupationAuthor and Associate Professor of Creative Writing
LanguageEnglish
ResidenceVancouver
NationalityCanadian
PeriodContemporary
Notable awardsManfred Salzgeber Prize

Bibliography[edit]

  • Black Star, Anvil Press, 2018
  • The Tracey Fragments, House of Anansi Press, 2007

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