I am a writer. The proof of how I am feeling is always in my pen.
I like being mistaken for someone useful.
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Helen Humphreys was born in Kingston upon Thames, London, England. She is a Canadian poet and novelist. She has written several novels include: Leaving Earth(winner of the City of Toronto Book Award), Afterimage(winner of the Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize), The Lost Garden, Wild Dogs(won Lambda Prize for fiction), Coventry, The Reinvention of Love, and The Evening Chorus. She has written several poetry include: Gods and Other Mortals, Nuns Looking Anxious, Listening to Radios, The Perils of Geography, and Anthem(won Canadian Authors Association Award for Poetry).
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