|Born||1960 (age 60–61)|
Cordelia Strube is a Canadian playwright and novelist.
Raised in Montreal, Quebec, Strube began her career as an actor. After winning a CBC Literary Award for her first radio play, Mortal, she wrote nine more radio plays for CBC Radio before publishing her debut novel, Alex & Zee, in 1994. The novel was a shortlisted nominee for the Books in Canada First Novel Award. Her third novel, Teaching Pigs to Sing, was a nominee for the English-language fiction award in the 1996 Governor General's Awards.
Her novel Lemon was named to the longlist for the 2010 Scotiabank Giller Prize and shortlisted for the 2010 Trillium Book Award. In 2016, she won the City of Toronto Book Award for On the Shores of Darkness, There Is Light.
- Alex & Zee (1994)
- Milton's Elements (1995)
- Teaching Pigs to Sing (1996)
- Dr. Kalbfleisch and the Chicken Restaurant (1997)
- The Barking Dog (2000)
- Blind Night (2004)
- Planet Reese (2007)
- Lemon (2009)
- Milosz (2012)
- On the Shores of Darkness, There Is Light (2016)
- Misconduct of the Heart (2020)
- Fine (1985)
- Mortal (1986)
- Shape' (1987)
- Scar Tissue (1987)
- Attached (1988)
- Caught in the Intersection (1988)
- Marshmallow (1988)
- Mid-Air (1989)
- Absconder (1989)
- On the Beach (1989)
- Past Due (1989)
- "Inconvenient truths". Quill & Quire, April 2007.
- "Rachman, Bergen, Urquhart and Coupland on Giller long list". The Globe and Mail, September 20, 2010.
- "Cordelia Strube wins 2016 Toronto Book Award". Toronto Star, October 11, 2016.
- "47 works of Canadian fiction to watch for in spring 2020". CBC Books, February 5, 2020.