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Nadine Sander-Green is a fiction and non-fiction writer who grew up in the mountain town of Kimberley, B.C. and later lived in the Yukon Territory where she worked as a local reporter, a hiking guide for Alaskan cruise ship passengers, and for a short time, a circus coach.

She completed her MFA from the University of Guelph. Her novel, Little Rabbit, is centred on a millennial woman’s coming-of-age through a toxic relationship, set against disturbing small-town politics and the stark landscape of Canada’s far north.

In 2015 Nadine won the PEN Canada New Voices Award for writers under 30. Her work can be found in the Globe and Mail, Outside, Hazlitt  Grain, Prairie Fire, carte blanche and elsewhere. She lives in Calgary, Alberta.

Nadine is represented by Samantha Haywood.