Hodgins, Jack Stanley

HODGINS, Jack Stanley, writer (b 3 Oct 1938, Comox). He grew up in the VANCOUVER ISLAND community of MERVILLE and after graduating from UBC he moved to NANAIMO, where he taught high school from 1961 to 1980. Much of his fiction is set on the Island. His first book, Spit Delaney's Island, appeared in 1976. It was followed by The Invention of the World (1977), The Resurrection of Joseph Bourne (1979), which won a GOV GEN'S LITERARY AWARD, The Barclay Family Theatre (1981), The Honorary Patron...

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