Anthony De Sa’s fiction has been published internationally. His first book, Barnacle Love, was critically acclaimed as a finalist for the 2008 Scotiabank Giller Prize and the 2009 Toronto Book Award. That same year it was published in Portugal with Dom Quixote Publications under a new title, Terra Nova, where it won Portugal’s Premios Talento for Literature. His second release, the national bestseller, Kicking the Sky, was set in 1977, the year a twelve-year-old shoeshine boy named Emanuel Jaques was murdered in Toronto. His new novel, Children of the Moon, is an epic love story, set against the backdrop of a turbulent colonial Mozambique and Tanzania. Anthony lives in Toronto with his wife and three sons.

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