Larry Tremblay is a writer, director, actor and kathakali specialist. Translated into a dozen languages, his acclaimed theatrical works have been produced in many countries. He has published a collection of stories, Piercing (2006), and his novel The Bicycle Eater (2002) was a finalist for the Governor General’s Literary Award. His plays, The Dragonfly of Chicoutimi, The Ventriloquist, Abraham Lincoln Goes to the Theatre, and The Ax, are considered classics. Tremblay’s novel The Obese Christ (2012), was a finalist for the Prix littéraire des collégiens and The Orange Grove won the 2015 Prix des libraires du Québec in its original French.
Thirsty: A Biblioasis Miscellany
- IN THE MEDIA: Ray RobertsonMarch 21, 2018 - 11:00 am
“A Vintage Treat” Ray Robertson’s 1979, a novel about a Chatham paperboy who comes back from the dead, continues reminding readers how old they are recapturing the halcyon days of youth. The Winnipeg Free Press writes, “As Robertson traces Tom’s coming of age, he explores themes of innocence lost, wisdom gained and learning to forgive […]