Canadian writer George Fetherling has recently published The Writing Life: Journals, 1975-2005 (McGill-Queen's University Press). The book is a selection of his daily journal entries spanning 30 years, taking him from Toronto to Vancouver, and it features notable Canadian cultural figures such as Margaret Atwood and Marshall McLuhan. According to MQUP, The Writing Life "provides a compelling portrait of the last three decades of Canadian cultural life."
In a recent article by The National Post, George Fetherling revisits his old Toronto neighbourhood and talks about the cultural zeitgeist of 1970s Toronto. Click here to read the full article.