David Macfarlane

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David Macfarlane (born 1952 in Hamilton, Ontario)[1] is a Canadian journalist, playwright and novelist.

He published a family memoir, The Danger Tree, (published as Come From Away in the US) in 1991. His debut novel, 1999's Summer Gone, was shortlisted for the Giller Prize and was a winner of the Books in Canada First Novel Award.

Macfarlane was employed as an arts columnist for The Globe and Mail until 2003.


  • The Danger Tree (1991)
  • Summer Gone (1999)
  • Fishwrap (2005)


  1. ^ "Randomhouse Biography: David MacFarlane". Retrieved 2007-01-24.