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Debbie Howlett's short fiction has appeared in a variety of literary journals and has been anthologized in Best Canadian Stories 1990 and Words We Call Home. In 1997 she won the Western Magazine Award for Fiction for her story "The Comfort Zone." Howlett completed her undergraduate degree at Concordia University before moving to Vancouver, where she produced a festival of one-act plays for the Waterfront Theatre. During 1988-1990 she was on the editorial board of Prism international and was the editor in 1989. She has taught Creative Writing in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and her non-fiction has appeared in Salon, Canadian Living and Today's Parent. She currently resides in Montreal.