Nadine Sander-Green grew up in Kimberley, B.C. She has spent the past decade living and writing throughout British Columbia, the Yukon and Ontario. She has worked as the editor for a small town newspaper, a legislative reporter, a circus coach, and a hiking guide for cruise ship passengers.
In 2015 Nadine won the PEN Canada New Voices Award for writers under 30. She completed her MFA from the University of Guelph and now lives in the interior of British Columbia where she is finishing her first novel, Little Rabbit. Her stories can be found in Grain, Prairie Fire, carte blanche, Hazlitt and elsewhere.
publications and honours
"Overlooked symptoms" The Globe and Mail (October 2020)
"Road Kill." Grain (January 2019)
The Wind River" Hazlitt (June 2016).
"Teeny" carte blanche (2015).
"Whitehorse to Kathmandu" Untethered 2015. Read an excerpt here.
"Counting Trout" Big Truths (2014).
"Little Rabbit" Prairie Fire 35:2 (2014). Honourable Mention 2013 Non-fiction Contest.
Confessions of Yukon Arm Wrestling Champion, Women's Division" The Hairpin (May 2013).
Longlisted for 2018 Room Non-fiction contest
Winner: PEN Canada New Voices Award, nominated for PEN International 2015 New Voices Award
Shortlisted for Event 2015 Non-fiction contest
Honourable Mention Prairie Fire 2013 Non-fiction contest.
MFA in Creative Writing, University of Guelph 2017
BA in Creative Writing, University of Victoria 2010
Banff Centre Writing Studio 2018, Jenni House Artist Residency 2018 (Whitehorse, YT), Banff Mountain and Wilderness Writing 2016, Sage Hill Writing Experience 2014 (Lumsden, SK), Banff Centre Wired Writing Studio 2013
get in touch: nadinesandergreen [at] gmail [dot] com