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Trevor J. Adams

A Nova Scotia native, Trevor J. Adams grew up in Digby County, moving to Halifax in 1994 to study journalism at the University of King’s College. He’s been living and writing in the city ever since. Currently, he’s the editor of Halifax Magazine and senior editor with Metro Guide Publishing, where he oversees an editorial department that creates some fifteen different titles. In 2014, he was short-listed for the Editors’ Association of Canada’s Tom Fairley Award for Editorial Excellence. In 2012, he published Long Shots: The Curious Story of the Four Maritime Teams That Played For the Stanley Cup (Nimbus), his first solo book. In 2004, he co-authored the biography Today’s Joe Howe and in 2008, he co-authored Atlantic Canada’s 100 Greatest Books.

Books by Trevor J. Adams