Author and playwright, Ian Ferguson won the Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour for Village of the Small Houses (D&M 2004), about growing up in Fort Vermillion, Alberta. He had previously co-authored with his brother, Will Ferguson How to Be a Canadian (Even If You Already Are One) (D&M 2001/2007), which was also shortlisted for the Leacock prize and won the CBA Libris Award for non-fiction. He is a contributor to the Penguin Anthology of Canadian Humour and has been published in the Globe and Mail, National Post, Reader's Digest, Maclean's, and EnRoute, among other publications. He also works as a writer and creative director in the film and television industry. He lives in Victoria.

BOOKS:

How to Be a Canadian (Even If You Already Are One) (D&M 2001/2007) $19.95 978-155365-311-0

Village of the Small Houses (D&M 2004) $19.95 978-155365-069-0

The Survival Guide to British Columbia (Heritage House 2019) $19.95 978-1-77203-284-0

[BCBW 2019]