Charles (Henri Diederick Hoefsmit) de Lint Biography

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Charles de Lint is a prolific author working in a variety of genres: novels, novellas, short stories, poetry, songs, reviews, and criticism. He has won several awards for his fantasy writing, including the first annual William L. Crawford Award for Best New Fantasy Author of 1984 (presented by the International Association of the Fantastic in the Arts); the 1988 Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Award, or Casper, for Best Work in English for Jack, the Giant-Killer (1987); the 1992 Best Books for the Teen Age award from the New York Public Library for The Little Country (1991); the Prix Ozone 1997 for Best Foreign Fantasy Short Story; the 1998 Young Adult Library Services Association Best Books for Young Adults award for Trader (1997); and the 2000 World Fantasy Award for Best Collection for Moonlight and Vines (1999). His review columns have been published in major fantasy, science-fiction, and horror magazines; he has served as a judge on major...

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