In his memoir, Larry Zolf – the most personal of journalists, the most astute of astute observers – writes like he talks: an amazing combination of amiable anecdotes, one-liners, sharp-eyed historical reporting, open confession, and caustic puns.
About the authors
LARRY ZOLF has been a critic, reporter/producer/consultant, CBC news and current affairs, since 1962.
Peter C. Newman has been writing about Canadian history and politics for half a century. His previous works include the bestselling history of the Hudson Bay Company, Company of Adventurers, as well as books on prime ministers John Diefenbaker, Lester B. Pearson, Pierre Elliott Trudeau, and Brian Mulroney. A former editor-in-chief of the Toronto Star and Maclean’s, Newman has won a half dozen of the country’s most illustrious literary awards, including the Drainie-Taylor Biography Prize for his memoir, Here Be Dragons: Telling Tales of People, Passion, and Power. He is a Companion of the Order of Canada. Newman lives in Belleville, Ontario.
Other titles by Larry Zolf
Other titles by Peter C. Newman
Hostages to Fortune
The United Empire Loyalists and the Making of Canada
Miracle at the Forks
The Museum that Dares Make a Difference
Maclean's on Justin Trudeau
The New Liberal Leader: A Life Lived in the Spotlight
We Gambled Everything
The Life and Times of an Oilman
When the Gods Changed
The Death of Liberal Canada
The Last to Die
Ronald Turpin, Arthur Lucas, and the End of Capital Punishment in Canada
The Secret Mulroney Tapes
Unguarded Confessions of a Prime Minister
Here Be Dragons
Telling Tales Of People, Passion and Power