Big news: gore & bacon!
Douglas & McIntyre will publish my new novel, All-Day Breakfast, in Fall 2014. (This is this site's poignant actual final update!)
In the Fabled East
I'm extremely proud to say that my second novel is now out in paperback in Canada and will land on American shelves shortly. The accompanying page full of author's notes and movin' pictures is up and running. Go on, enjoy yourself for once.
In the Fabled East was a finalist for the Commonwealth Writers' Prize for Best Book in the Canada/Caribbean region, and one of Amazon.ca's Best Books of 2010.
In the Fabled East is on the American Booksellers' Association's Indie Next List for August 2011.
A quick biography
Adam Lewis Schroeder grew up in Vernon BC and completed an MFA in Creative Writing at the University of British Columbia in 1999. He has since traveled widely and published stories in more than a dozen journals and anthologies. In 2001 his short fiction collection Kingdom of Monkeys was shortlisted for the Danuta Gleed Award. His novel Empress of Asia was published by Raincoast in 2006 and Thomas Dunne in the US in 2008; a finalist for the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize and Amazon.ca/Books in Canada First Novel Award, it was also selected by the Globe & Mail as one of the best books of the year. Douglas & McIntyre published his most recent novel, In the Fabled East, in Spring 2010; it was selected by Amazon.ca as one of the best books of the year and was a finalist for the Commonwealth Regional Writers Prize. In addition Adam is a columnist for CBC Radio One and a Creative Writing instructor at UBC Okanagan. He lives in Penticton BC with his wife and kids.
Darwin's Bastards: The MovieThat's me at top right under Yann Martel--thank goodness I'm still alive at the end. Heavens!
Adam Lewis Schroeder
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Readings (rife with funny voices & flailing hands)
Tacoma: Tacoma Public Library. Tuesday, Oct. 4. 2011. Time tba.
Seattle: University of Washington Bookstore. Wednesday, Oct. 5. Time tba.
An interview in the National Post, at the 2010 International Festival of Authors.
Last week (all week!) of July 2010: Guest editor/columnist for the National Post's The Afterword.
Profile in the Georgia Straight..
Profile in Toro magazine.
An interview concerning short stories, in the National Post.
(The latest reviews are here.)
Interview on the July 25 North By Northwest on CBC Radio One.
Profile for the April Speakeasy podcast.
From the archives:
Sept. 28, 1972