Nicole Dixon has lived in Toronto, Sarnia, Windsor, North Bay and Halifax. Her work has been nominated for the Journey Prize and a CBC Literary Award and appeared in The New Quarterly, Grain, The Fiddlehead and Canadian Notes and Queries. In 2005 she won the Writers’ Trust of Canada RBC Bronwen Wallace Award for short fiction. Electronic resources librarian at Cape Breton University, Nicole divides her time between New Waterford, Cape Breton, and Advocate Harbour, Nova Scotia.
High-Water Mark, a collection of stories, published by The Porcupine’s Quill, is Nicole’s first book. She is currently at work on a novel which expands upon characters and settings in High-Water Mark. For more information, please visit nicoledixon.ca
Writers’ Trust of Canada RBC Bronwen Wallace Award, 2005
nominated for the Journey Prize and a CBC Literary Award