Allan Fotheringham Book Signing
Tuesday, November 8th 2011 1:06:10pm
Attention: Books, A&E, and Event Editors
Allan Fotheringham, the journalist that Time magazine once described as "Canada's most consistently controversial newspaper columnist," will be releasing his autobiography this month.
The book is titled "Boy From Nowhere: A life in Ninety-One Countries," and covers Fotheringham's career as a journalist and columnist for the Vancouver Sun, Toronto Sun, Globe and Mail, panellist on CBC-TV's Front Page Challenge, and, most notably, his almost three-plus decades of writing with Maclean's magazine. The book also describes his meetings with renowned personalities Robert F. Kennedy, Ronald Reagan, The Beatles, Pierre Trudeau, and Nelson Mandela, to name a few.
The schedule for his first five appearances include:
For more information about the book tour or about specific events, please contact:
Karen McMullin at Dundurn Press; firstname.lastname@example.org or (416) 214-5544 ext. 227