Erin Noteboom

Erin Noteboom

Erin Noteboom is a physicist turned poet turned children’s novelist, whose honours include the TD Canadian Children’s Literature Award, the CBC Literary Award for poetry and a Governor General’s Award. She has previously published two volumes of poetry, Ghost Maps: Poems for Carl Hruska (2003) and Seal Up the Thunder (2005), as well as a memoir, The Mongoose Diaries: Excerpts from a Mother’s First Year (2007). Her novels for young readers (published under her married name, Erin Bow) are Plain Kate, Sorrow’s Knot, The Scorpion Rules, The Swan Riders, and the middle-grade novel Stand on the Sky, which was the winner of the 2020 Governor General’s Award for Young People’s Literature.

Erin Noteboom is published by Brick Books

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A knife so sharp its edge cannot be seen by Erin Noteboom, 2023
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