Join Guernica Editions and the Toronto International Festival of Authors in celebrating the release of Daniel Perry’s new collection of short stories Nobody Looks That Young Here and Julian Samuel’s novel Radius Islamicus. Meet the authors as they introduce the world to these distinctly different works.
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Daniel Perry’s first short fiction collection, Hamburger, was published in 2016. His stories have been short-listed for the Carter V. Cooper Prize and appeared in publications in Canada, the U.S., the U.K. and the Czech Republic. He has lived in Toronto since 2006.
Currently residing in Toronto after living in Montreal for three decades, Julian Samuel is a writer, documentary filmmaker, and visual artist. Publications include a novel, Passage to Lahore, and poetry, Lone Ranger in Pakistan. He has directed many documentaries including: The Raft of the Medusa: Five voices on colonies, nations and histories, Into the European Mirror, City of the Dead and the World Exhibitions, Save and Burn and Atheism. For more information on his past and recent work, check out his website, www. julianjsamuel.com.