Natalee Caple

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Natalee Caple (born 1970 in Montreal) is a Canadian author of novels and poetry who is based at the University of Calgary where she is working on a PhD.

As a published author, her latest publication, Mackerel Sky, has enjoyed American distribution. Caple has also appeared throughout Canada at events such as the Vancouver International Writers and Readers Festival.

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  • 1997: The Appetites of Tiny Hands (above/ground press)
  • 1998: The Heart is its own Reason (Insomniac Press) ISBN 1-895837-25-1
  • 1999: The Plight of Happy People in an Ordinary World (House of Anansi) ISBN 0-88784-633-5
  • 2000: A More Tender Ocean (Coach House Books) ISBN 1-55245-057-0
  • 2002: The Notebooks: Interviews and New Fiction From Young Contemporary Authors (editor, with Michelle Berry; Anchor Canada) ISBN 0-385-65827-3
  • 2004: Mackerel Sky (Thomas Allen) ISBN 0-88762-143-0
  • 2010: The Semiconducting Dictionary: Our Strindberg (ECW)
  • 2017: The Appetites of Tiny Hands: Twentieth Anniversary Edition (above/ground press)

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