D. W. Wilson is a Canadian author born in Cranbrook, British Columbia. He is the author of Once You Break a Knuckle, a short story collection, and Ballistics, a novel. His fiction and essays have appeared in literary journals on both sides of the Atlantic, including Grain, TNQ, The Malahat Review, and Prospect. In 2011 he became the youngest winner of the BBC’s National Short Story Award; last year he won the CBC’s Short Story Prize.
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