Wayne Grady is the award-winning author of more than a dozen books for adults and young readers. He is also a Governor General’s Award-winning translator, journalist, editor, and creative writing instructor. His debut novel, Emancipation Day, won the Amazon.ca First Novel Award and was longlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize.
His latest novel, The Good Father, explores the relationship between a father and daughter through divorce physical and emotional distances, and colossally divergent perspectives. Alyssa York describes the book as “a riveting, stay-up-late read that doubles as a deeply moving treatise on familial love.”
Wayne lives in Kingston, Ontario, with his wife, novelist Merilyn Simonds.
Thank you to Toonie Book Club, Author Patron to Wayne Grady.