Patrick Roscoe was born on the Spanish island of Formentera and spent his childhood in Tanzania, East Africa. After completing his education in England and in Canada, he moved to California then Mexico to begin what has proved to be a lifetime of roaming the world in search of love.
Patrick Roscoe is the author of seven internationally acclaimed book of literary fiction, including the novels The Lost Oasis and God's Peculiar Care. His widely published and anthologized fiction has been honored in Canada with two CBC Literary Awards, two Western Magazine Gold Medal Awards, a National Magazine Award, The Canadian Fiction Magazine Annual Contributors Prize, a Prairie Fire Short Fiction Competition Prize, and a Prism International Short Fiction Competition Prize, as well as frequent inclusion in Best Canadian Stories. In the US, his fiction has received the Lorian Hemingway Short Story Award, along with a pair of Distinguished Story citations from Best American Stories.
Patrick Roscoe currently divides his time between Vancouver (Canada), Seville (Spain), and Sidi Ifni (Morocco), where he is working on a variety of fiction, film and music projects.
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