The Globe and Mail has described C.P. Boyko as “Stunning. . . . Boyko [has an] unstoppable imagination. . . .” His latest work Novelists, will have you rolling in the aisles with what Russell Banks calls "proudly, gloriously, gleefully old-fashioned" literary satire.
Trevor Clark, author of Love on the Killing Floor and Hair-Trigger, has worked as an oil rig roughneck, editor, portrait photographer, bookstore manager, and home entertainment coordinator for a TV movie production company in London, where he lived for a number of years.
Andrea Routley is the editor of Plenitude Magazine, Canada’s queer literary magazine. Her debut short story collection, Jane and the Whales, is a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award, an international English-language award for LGBT literature.
Brett Josef Grubisic's novel The Age of Cities was a finalist for the City of Vancouver Book Prize. This Location of Unknown Possibilities is his latest work of fiction.
The event will take place in the Alice Mackay Room, Lower Level of the Central Library, 350 West Georgia St., Vancouver. Admission is free though seating is limited.