Paul Mason

Paul Mason

Paul Mason is a Canadian novelist and playwright. Born in London, England, he was raised in Rhodesia, British Columbia and Ontario. He has written two novels: Battered Soles, which was nominated for a Stephen Leacock Award for Humour and The Red Dress, which was long-listed for the 2009 ReLit award, as well as three plays: The Discipline Committee, Circles of Grace, and Sister Camille's Kaleidoscopic Cabaret, which took first prize in an international competition sponsored by Christians in Theatre Arts. He lives in Peterborough, Ontario where he teaches English and Drama.

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Red Dress, The

Living in small-town Ontario offers little interest or consolation for Charlie Knowles. As Charlie resigns himself to another summer of mowing lawns and skirting the fringes of trouble, a chance encounter changes the direction of his life. The Red Dress explores the seductiveness of corruption and the fragility of goodness; and reveals that even troubled people can have moments of insight.

ISBN 9780888013361
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Battered Soles

Is faith only for the devout? Can faith be shared across religious boundaries? These are the questions that Paul Mason explores in this hilarious, wise, and utterly fictional account of a pilgrimage from Peterborough to St. John's Church in Lakefield, Ontario.

ISBN 9780888013057
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