Bestselling author Douglas Coupland reads from and discusses his first full-length fiction piece in four years, Worst. Person. Ever., with columnist Bert Archer.
Bert Archer is a writer for The Globe and Mail, the National Post, Hazlitt, Toronto Life and Yonge Street Media. He was a full-time book reviewer and literary journalist in Canada and the USA for the better part of a decade. He has written one book and contributed to half a dozen others.
Douglas Coupland is a visual artist, furniture and fashion designer, screenwriter and acclaimed bestselling author of 11 novels, which have been translated into 35 languages. His works include international bestsellers Generation A and JPod, as well as a recent short biography of Marshall McLuhan. Coupland presents his first full-length fiction piece in four years,Worst. Person. Ever., a funny, dreadful and unforgettable introduction to Raymond Gunt—an irredeemable character you will love to hate.