With their story: 'Phosphorescence'
Nicholas Ruddock trained in medicine in Toronto, Montrael and St John’s Newfoundland. He has worked as a G.P. since 1971. He lives in Ontario with his wife, artist Cheryl, and four children.
His recent publications include “The Parabolist” published in 2010 by Doubleday Canada and “How Loveta Got Her Baby” a collection of stories published in 2014 by Breakwater Books. His new novel “Night Ambulance” will be published in April 2016 by Breakwater Books.
Nicholas has had repeated success for his short fiction. His stories have been published by Exile Quarterly, Fish and Bridport anthologies, and he won the 2005 Sheldon Currie Fiction Prize, 2013 Bridport Flash Fiction prize and the 2015 edition of Exile’s Carter V. Cooper Short Fiction Competition.