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February 15, 2010

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Anne Hines

Once described as “Canada’s answer to Irma Bombeck,” Anne Hines began her writing career as the humour/lifestyle columnist for Canadian Living magazine before spending six years as a contributing editor to Chatelaine where her humourous articles on everyday life appeared regularly. She has published two novels; Fishing Up The Moon (Pedlar Press, 1998) and The Spiral Garden (McArthur & Co, 2005), and a collection of nonfiction humour, A Year In HineSight (McArthur & Co, 2002) Recently Hines completed her fourth novel ‘Parting Gifts’, non-fiction notes on life, love and loss.” She is also enrolled part-time in a Masters of Theology degree program at University of Toronto; her goal being “to graduate while there is still religion.” Anne lives in Toronto with her family.

You can contact Anne Hines through email here.

Praise for Anne Hines,
“The mind behind The Spiral Garden has a fine intelligence, a delightful sense of humour, very liberal views, an impressive knowledge of religions, and is unabashedly Canadian.” – Globe and Mail

“[The Spiral Garden is] An intoxicating mix … Hines distills her impressive academic, spiritual and literary knowledge into a provocative cocktail … zips from laugh-out-loud humour to profundity and back again.” – Quill and Quire

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