Rabindranath Maharaj — Canadian Novelist

Rabindranath Maharaj, not to be confused with Rabindranath R. Maharaj, is a Trinidadian-Canadian novelist, short story writer, and a founding editor of the Canadian literary journal Lichen. His novel The Amazing Absorbing Boy won the 2010 Trillium Book Award and the 2011 Toronto Book Award, and several of his books have been shortlisted for the Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize, the Commonwealth Writers' Prize, and the Chapters/Books in Canada First Novel Award... (wikipedia)

I had no real idea I was going to become a writer. It was just a game for me. I just liked pretending, daydreaming and imagining.
Immigrants use the library often. A lot of them don't have access to books and Internet at home. They seem so disconnected to the city.
I don't want to sound too Oprah-ish or anything like that, but I really believe that if you have the power to imagine particular things, you have the ability to transform them.

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