Brian Fawcett

Brian Fawcett
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For 25 years now, Brian Fawcett has been Canada's most unconventional writer and public intellectual, a man Paul Quarrington described as our literature's enfant terrible and eminence grise rolled into one. As both a cultural journalist and a fiction writer, his true gift is for making readers laugh while raising the most fundamental questions that face us. He is the author of Cambodia: A Book for People Who Find Television Too Slow, Public Eye, Gender Wars, and the Pearson Prize-winning Virtual Clearcut. Originally from Prince George, BC, Brian Fawcett now lives in Toronto.

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