Hugh Garner (1913-1979) immigrated to Canada in 1919, settling in Toronto. His most famous novel is Cabbagetown , released in its entirety in 1968. In 1963 he won the Governor General's Award for Hugh Garner's Best Stories .
<p Paul Stuewe is the author of <i The Storms Below: The Turbulent Life and Times of Hugh Garner</i , which was shortlisted for the City of Toronto Book Award in 1988, and <i Hugh Garner and His Works</i (1986). Currently, he is an associate professor of English at Green Mountain College in Vermont.</p