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, which is tentatively titled, 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.
Anthony De Sa
- Editorial reader for work by Marnie Van Dyk