Kenneth Bonert

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Kenneth Bonert
BornJohannesburg
Occupationnovelist, short stories
NationalitySouth African/Canadian
Period2000s-present
Notable work(s)The Lion Seeker
 
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Kenneth Bonert
BornJohannesburg
Occupationnovelist, short stories
NationalitySouth African/Canadian
Period2000s-present
Notable work(s)The Lion Seeker

Kenneth Bonert is a South African-Canadian writer, whose debut novel The Lion Seeker is a shortlisted nominee for the 2013 Governor General's Award for English-language Fiction.[1]

Originally from Johannesburg, Bonert has lived in Toronto, Ontario since 1989.[1]

Bonert has previously published short stories, including the Journey Prize nominee "Packers and Movers", as well as a novella, Peacekeepers, 1995, which appeared in McSweeney's.[2]

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