Books by Douglas Glover

Douglas Glover is an itinerant Canadian. Born in 1948, he grew up on the family tobacco farm in southwestern Ontario, studied philosophy at York University and the University of Edinburgh, then worked on a series of daily newspapers in New Brunswick, Onta


BAD NEWS OF THE HEART by Douglas Glover
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 29, 2003

"Sad, sexy, and significant."
A dozen stories, culled from collections first published in Canada, that straddle the line between sadness and sadism. Read full book review >
THE LIFE AND TIMES OF CAPTAIN N. by Douglas Glover
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 22, 1993

"Darkly humorous, simultaneously restless and relentless in its patterning of voices and imagery, this is a close study of individuals trapped by a world in flux: a chaotic view of a new world order from the standpoint of the losers."
The Revolutionary War serves as a seldom-seen but solid foundation for Canadian-born Glover's (The South Will Rise at Noon, 1989, etc.) latest—a foray into some of the conflicting impulses and perspectives swirling through that formative period. Read full book review >