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Karen X. Tulchinsky is the award-winning author of Love Ruins Everything (Press Gang Publishers), a novel that was named one of the top ten books of 1998 by the Bay Area Reporter and has been translated into German and French; its sequel, Love and Other Ruins (Polestar); and In Her Nature (Women’s Press), a collection of short fiction which won the 1996 VanCity Book Prize.
Her screenplays have been short-listed in the Praxis Screenwriting competition and the Los Angeles-based Chesterfield Film Company Writer’s Project. She is a graduate of the prestigious Canadian Film Centre’s Professional Screenwriting Programme, where she wrote two feature-length screenplays and a short film, Straight in the Face, which debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival and was broadcast on Showcase TV.
Tulchinksy has written for numerous magazines and newspapers, including the Vancouver Sun, Georgia Straight, Now Magazine, Xtra West, Canadian Screenwriter and the National Post, and has taught creative writing at Langara College and Screenwriting at the UBC Writing Centre.
September 2016 : Karen X. Tulchinsky is Richmond’s Writer in Residence this fall
April 2016 : Tomorrow: Authors for Indies Day across Canada!
BOOK AWARDSThe Five Books of Moses Lapinsky
Toronto Book Awards 2004 – Finalist
The Vancouver Public Library One Book, One Vancouver Award 2008
QUOTES OF NOTEThe Five Books of Moses Lapinsky
“Karen X. Tulchinsky’s latest novel might be considered old-fashioned in the very best sense; it’s got lots of heart.”
— National Post
“A highly entertaining, well-written and worthwhile piece of work.”
— Toronto Sun
We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts; the Government of Canada through the Canada Book Fund (CBF); and the Province of British Columbia through the British Columbia Arts Council for our publishing activities.