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Fiction Editor.
Dimitri Nasrallah is the author of three novels, most recently The Bleeds (2018). Blackbodying (2005), won Quebec&aposs McAuslan First Book Prize and was a finalist for the Grand Prix du Livre de Montréal. Niko (2011), won the Hugh MacLennan Prize for Fiction, and was nominated for CBC&aposs Canada Reads and the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award. Niko went on to become a critical and commercial success in French. Dimitri is currently translating Éric Plamondon&aposs 1984 Trilogy from French to English of which Hungary-Hollywood Express and Mayonnaise have been published. Dimitri succeeded Andrew Steinmetz, founding editor of the fiction series (2003-2013).


Photo Album

Richard Sanger signs a copy of Calling Home for Molly Peacock at the Cobalt Bar after the Toronto book launch of his newest collection. (Nov. 2002)

Panoramic view of the Cobalt bar during Richard Sanger's launch of Calling Home.

Andy Brown (foreground) and rob maclennan, editors of You & Your Bright Ideas: New Montreal Writing, with Simon Dardick, spring 2001.

Véhicule's 15th anniversary launching, Articule Gallery, April 9, 1988. Peter O'Brien, Simon Dardick and Nancy Marrelli with daughters Anne and Rosemary (standing), Michael Harris and Rob Allen.

Irving Layton, F.R. Scott, and Louis Dudek in the publishers' living room for the launching of CIV/n: A Literary Magazine of the '50s, edited by Aileen Collins, 1983. Photo by Tim Clark.

From the cover of The Montreal Story Tellers, edited by J.R. (Tim) Struthers. (Rear, left to right) Ray Smith, Clark Blaise, Hugh Hood,
(front) John Metcalf and Raymond Fraser, circa 1971. Photo by Sam Tata.