BRUCE McDOUGALL has been a freelance writer for more than twenty-five years. He has written or co-written sixteen non-fiction books, including biographies
of Charles Mair, the Canadian poet; John Wilson Murray, Canadas first detective; and Ted Rogers.
He has published essays in The Antigonish Review and short stories in Geist, subTerrain and Scrivener. His non-fiction novel, The Last Hockey Game, is published by Goose Lane Editions and was short-listed for the 2015 Toronto Book Awards. His book of short stories Every Minute is a Suicide, is published by The Porcupines Quill.
He is a graduate of Harvard College where he was an editor of The Harvard Lampoon, and attended the University of Toronto Law School before becoming a full-time writer. He lives in Toronto.