David Bergen has published seven novels and a collection of short stories. His novels have been shortlisted for the IMPAC Literary Award and the Governor General’s Literary Award. In 2005 he won the Giller Prize for The Time in Between. He attempts to write five hundred words a day in a small office in the Exchange District in downtown Winnipeg.
1993 Finalist, Manitoba Book of the Year — Sitting Opposite My Brother
1996 John Hirsch Award — A Year of Lesser
1996 McNally Robinson Book of the Year Award — A Year of Lesser
1999 CBC Literary Award, Short Story — How Can ‘N’ Men Share a Bottle of Vodka
2002 Short list, Governor General’s Award — The Case of Lena S.
2002 Carol Shields Winnipeg Book Award — The Case of Lena S.
2005 Giller Prize — The Time in Between
2005 McNally Robinson Book of the Year Award — The Time in Between
2007 Long list, International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award — The Time in Between
2008 Long list, Giller Prize — The Retreat
2008 McNally Robinson Book of the Year Award — The Retreat
2008 Margaret Laurence Award for Fiction — The Retreat
2010 Shortlist, Giller Prize — The Matter With Morris
2010 Margaret Laurence Award for Fiction—The Matter with Morris
2010 Carol Shields Winnipeg Book Award—The Matter with Morris
2012 Shortlist, International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award—The Matter with Morris