I gather all the ingredients of a story and make something tasty for the mind.
The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro
That was fun, let’s go again.
- Over 30 years in journalism, including 14 at the Globe and Mail. Published in Maclean’s, Toronto Life, Report on Business Magazine, Canadian Geographic, and others.
- Three gold medals at the National Magazine Awards, one of which was selected as the best business story of the awards’ then-25-year history.
- Four novels, which have garnered two Governor General’s Award nominations, a Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize nomination, and a Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour.
- An epic nonfiction narrative, which was nominated for the Speaker’s Book Award and the Heritage Toronto Award and won the 2018 Arthur Ellis Award for Canada’s best nonfiction crime book.
That I repeat the mistakes of my father.