|Genre||novels, short stories|
Nicolas Dickner (born 1972 in Rivière-du-Loup, Quebec) is a Canadian novelist and short story writer. He is best known for his 2005 novel Nikolski, which has won numerous literary awards in Canada both in its original French and translated English editions.
In 2014, Dickner and Dominique Fortier published Révolutions, a collaborative project for which they each wrote a short piece each day for a year based on a word chosen from the French Republican Calendar.
- L'Encyclopédie du petit cercle, 2000
- Nikolski, 2005
- Traité de balistique, 2006
- Tarmac, 2009
- Apocalypse for Beginners, English translation by Lazer Lederhendler published 2010.
- Le Romancier portatif : 52 chroniques à emporter, 2011
- A selection from Dickner's column in Voir
- Révolutions, 2014
- Six degrés de liberté, 2015
- L'encyclopédie du petit cercle
- 2001 - Prix littéraire Adrienne-Choquette
- 2001 - Prix Jovette-Bernier
- 2006 - Prix des libraires
- 2006 - Prix littéraire des collégiens
- 2006 - Prix Anne-Hébert
- 2006 - Prix Printemps des Lecteurs–Lavinal
- 2008 - Governor General's Award for French to English translation
- 2010 - Winner of Canada Reads 2010
- Six degrés de liberté
- (in French) Nicolas Dickner
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