Free public talk. Trevor Cole describes the experience of creating his latest novel or, as he says with wry humour, "what I learned on the road to heartbreak." Acclaimed for his debut novel and a Governor-General's Award finalist for his second, he recounts the struggle to live a normal existence in Hamilton, develop his ideas into a publishable manuscript and manage expectations.
Most recently McMaster writer-in-residence, Trevor Cole is an experienced journalist as well as author of the darkly humourous Norman Bray in the Performance of His Life, and The Fearsome Particles. An advocate for Canadian writing, he developed and manages the website www.authorsaloud.com.
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