Samuel Archibald (born 1978) is a Canadian writer. He is best known for his short story collection Arvida, which won the Prix Coup de cœur Renaud-Bray in 2012,[1] and was defended by Bernard Landry in the 2013 edition of Le Combat des livres.[2] Its English translation by Donald Winkler was a shortlisted nominee for the 2015 Scotiabank Giller Prize.[3]

Samuel Archibald
Born1978
Arvida, Quebec, Canada
Occupationwriter
NationalityCanadian
Period2010s-present
Notable worksArvida

Born in Arvida, Quebec, Archibald is a professor of film and literature at the Université du Québec à Montréal.

WorksEdit

  • Arvida (2011)
  • Quinze pour cent (2013)

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