Larue is nominated for the 2020 FNA Award for his novel The Dishwasher
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Stéphane Larue was born in Longueuil, Quebec, in 1983. He received a master’s degree in comparative literature at Université de Montréal and has worked in the restaurant industry for the past fifteen years. He lives in Montreal.
Get a copy of Larue’s shortlisted novel, The Dishwasher, here.
Learn more about the Amazon First Novel Award and all the other shortlisted authors and books here.