Catherine Bush

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Catherine Bush

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Catherine Bush used to write about dance. Then she switched to novels. She is the author of “Minus Time” (1993), about the family of a female Canadian astronaut, “The Rules of Engagement” (2000), in which a contemporary woman contends with the aftermath of a duel fought over her, “Claire’s Head” (2004), which combines mystery and neurology in the story of two sisters with migraines, and "Accusation " (2013), about the destructive power of allegations. Her novels have been published internationally and short-listed for literary awards. Her nonfiction has been published in a variety of publications including The Globe & Mail and the New York Times Magazine. She has lived in New York, Montreal and Provincetown, Massachusetts, but has spent most of her life in Toronto, where she currently resides. She is the director of the Creative Writing MFA at the University of Guelph and at work on a new novel. For more Catherine Bush, click here.