Anik is the author of four books: the novel Cabin Fever (forthcoming); postcard and other stories (Freehand Books, 2009), a collection of short fiction; Saudade (Coach House Books, 2008), a collection of essays on landscape and possibility; and A Fork in the Road (Macmillan, 2000), an account of journeys undertaken by bicycle and of her love affair with the roads and foods of Asia, the Middle East and Latin America, as well as home. Her writing, both fiction and non-fiction, has appeared in many journals and magazines, such as The Walrus, Brick, Prairie Fire, the Fiddlehead, Geist, grain, The National Post, and Toronto Life, and has been nominated for numerous awards. She has also contributed to several anthologies. To read her blog, click here.

To read an interview with Anik by Canadian poet rob mclennan, click here:

http://robmclennan.blogspot.com/2009/09/12-or-20-questions-with-anik-see.html

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Anik is de auteur van vier Engelstalige boeken: de roman Cabin Fever (verwacht); postcard and other stories (Freehand Books, 2009), een korte verhalen bundel; Saudade (Coach House Books, 2008), essays over landschap en mogelijkheden; en A Fork in the Road (Macmillan, 2000), verhalen over reizen met de fiets, en haar liefde voor de wegen en het eten in Azië, het Midden-Oost en Latijns Amerika, alswel 'thuis': Canada. Haar schrijven, fictie en non-fictie, is verschenen in vele tijdschriften en literaire magazines, zoals The Walrus, Brick, Prairie Fire, the Fiddlehead, Geist, grain, The National Post, en Toronto Life, en is genomineerd voor talrijke prijzen. Haar werk is ook in een aantal bloemlezingen opgenomen. Klik hier om haar blog te lezen.