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tch up on this interview of The Current with Matt Galloway featuring The Mystery of Right and Wrong.
Listen to the October 1st episode of Weekend AM with Heather Barrett that explores The Mystery of Right and Wrong.
Watch this recording of the Wordfest lgary interview with Steven W. Beattie,
Read this review of The Mystery of Right and Wrong by The Toronto Star.
Subscribers of The Globe and Mail n read this article about The Mystery of Right and Wrong.
For anyone who could not join the Atlantic book launch of The Mystery of Right and Wrong on September 21st, you n listen to the taped interview with Ami McKay. The passcode is "&E6?!tlz" with no quotation marks.
Coming this fall to bookshelves and e-readers:
The Mystery of Right and Wrong
Hardcover, 560 pages
The Mystery of Right and Wrong is available for pre-order and hits shelves on September 21, 2021.
An interview with Wayne, done by Shelagh Rogers, that aired on CBC radio’s The Next Chapter on November 6th, 2017 is available to listen to here.
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Praise for Wayne Johnston
Wayne Johnston is prodigiously talented.
-- The Globe and Mail
Wayne Johnston is a brilliant and accomplished writer and his Newfoundland boots and boats, rough politics and rough country, history and journalism is vivid and sharp.
-- Annie Proulx
Unlike most recent bestselling novels that are remembered for the plane flight and then promptly forgotten, Wayne's stories have characters who move in and take up permanent residence.
-- Mary Walsh
[Johnston is] a literary giant who has god-given talent.
-- Will Ferguson, The Globe and Mail
His books are beautifully written, among the funniest I've ever read, yet somehow at the same time among the most poignant and moving.
-- Annie Dillard
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