Author: Thomas Wharton
About Salamander: A printer is hired to create an infinite book.
- 2001 – Governor General's Literary Awards: Fiction – Shortlisted
- 2001 – Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize – Shortlisted
Reviews of Salamander
- Lorna Jackson, Quill & Quire, May 2001
- "Like Ondaatje at his most lyrical, Wharton has an ear for the excellent noun and for verbs that barely fit."
- Julie Wheelwright, The Independent, 23 March 2002
- "A pared-down version of this over-complicated story might have allowed Wharton's moments of charm and passion to shine through."
- Eric Korn, The Guardian, 6 April 2002
- "Wharton's prose style ... is flexible, poetic, inventive and always lucid"
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Added 25 September 2010.
Updated 30 March 2013.