BRODSKY, G.W. Stephen




Author Tags: Fiction, War

G.W. Stephen Brodsky is a retired military college professor who was born in Brantford, Ontario on November 18, 1933 and grew up in Southern Ontario. He earned his BA from Queen's, MA from UVic, and PhD from York (UK). He served in the Canadian Army in conventional infantry and paratroop battalions, in NATO West Germany, and with the UN in Cyprus and Kashmir, retiring in the rank of Major in 1983. He taught English Literature at Royal Roads Military College, both in uniform and later as a civilian. As well as his own books and articles, he has edited and written introductions for other works of military history and literary criticism.

BOOKS:

Gentlemen of the Blade: A Social and Literary History of the British Army Since 1660 (Greenwood/Praeger, 1988)

God's Dodger: The Story of a Frontline Chaplain 1905-1945 (Elysium, 1993)

The King's Bishop: A Canadian Corporal in Korea 1950-51, editor, co-author(Mossy Knoll, 2000)

The Faust Legacy Quartet (Sidney, B.C.: ELYSIUM Publishing Co. 2007)
The Lame King (2007)
The Phoenix Cage (2007)
The Dikhelis Sign (2007)
The Kali Pact (2007)

[These novels are published under the imprint of ELYSIUM Publishing Co., a BC Govt-registered proprietorship of the author, in association with Wingspan Press, Livermore, Cal., USA. Wingspan is a POD publisher; however, the author's ELYSIUM Publishing Co.(est. 1993) is the prime publisher. The novels are listed for booksellers with Ingram Books, and for retail on-line with Amazon, Barnes & Noble, & Chapters.

[BCBW 2008] "War" "Fiction"