Oct 28, 2015
By Andy Johnson
Saskatoon author Guy Vanderhaeghe has won his third Governor General’s Literary Award.
“Daddy Lenin” is a collection of nine stories with characters including an actor who likes to hide behind his roles and a middle-aged man who reunites with a former professor.
Vanderhaeghe previous won the fiction award in 1982 for his short story collection “Man Descending” and again in 1996 for his novel “The Englishman’s Boy.”
The 64-year old writer takes home $25,000 for the win.