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Ray Robertson at the 2013 Texas Book Festival.
|Born||Chatham, Ontario, Canada|
Ray Robertson is a Canadian novelist and contributing book reviewer at The Globe and Mail who lives in Toronto, Ontario. His most recent work, "Why Not? Fifteen Reasons to Live," was short-listed for the Hilary Weston Prize for non-fiction and long-listed for the Charles Taylor Prize for non-fiction. Robertson's newest novel "I Was There the Night He Died" was published in May 2014. In 2016, he published the non-fiction "Lives of the Poets (with Guitars)."
- Home Movies. Cormorant Books, 1997.
- Heroes. Dundurn, 2000.
- Moody Food. Doubleday, 2002. Santa Fe Writers Project, 2006. Biblioasis, 2009. VLB, 2010.
- Gently Down the Stream. Cormorant Books, 2005.
- What Happened Later. Thomas Allen Publishers, 2007.
- David. Thomas Allen Publishers, 2009.
- I Was There the Night He Died. Biblioasis, 2014.
- Mental Hygiene: Essays on Writers and Writing. Insomniac Press, 2003.
- Why Not? Fifteen Reasons to Live. Biblioasis, 2011.
- Lives of the Poets (with Guitars). Biblioasis, 2016.
- Author's website
- Interviewed by Andrew Johnson in Books in Canada
- Ray Robertson fonds available at the Clara Thomas Archives & Special Collections, York University Libraries.
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