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Edward O. Phillips was born in 1931, in Montréal. He studied at McGill, Université de Montréal, Harvard, and Boston University.
He worked as a teacher in public and private schools, then moved on to become a painter for a short while. From there, he progressed into writing fiction.
In 1983, Edward won the Cross-Canada Writers' Quarterly Short Fiction contest. Buried on Sunday won the Arthur Ellis Award for best crime novel in 1987.