For prize-winning poet and novelist Michael Ondaatje, every book is an act of discovery
One of the world's most celebrated writers, Michael Ondaatje is the author of such acclaimed works as Running in the Family, Anil's Ghost, In the Skin of a Lion and The English Patient, which won the 2018 Golden Man Booker Prize, named the best novel of the Booker's 50-year history. His writing, both poetry and prose, is often rooted in history – from Toronto in the early 1900s, to North Africa during the Second World War, to Ondaatje's childhood in Sri Lanka. He recently won the Grand Prix for lifetime achievement from Montreal's Blue Metropolis International Literary Festival.
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