Jim Guthrie

By Andrew Hood

Jim Guthrie
  • Currently 0 out of 5 Stars.
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5

Sign-up or sign-in to rate this book.


Jim Guthrie: Who Needs What tells the story of a musician whose twenty-year career has been spent either at the forefront of Canada's indie rock renaissance or in the background of some of the most popular indie games, films, and ad campaigns of the past decade. Through interviews ... Read more


Overview

Jim Guthrie: Who Needs What tells the story of a musician whose twenty-year career has been spent either at the forefront of Canada's indie rock renaissance or in the background of some of the most popular indie games, films, and ad campaigns of the past decade. Through interviews with Jim, his collaborators, and fans, this book explores how a self-described "Seabiscuit" earned a cult following and became a major influence to musicians at home and abroad--all without really having to leave his basement.

Andrew Hood

Maisonneuve Magazine called Andrew Hood “one of Canada’s most criminally undervalued writers.” Both his works of fiction, The Cloaca (Invisible Publishing) and Pardon Our Monsters (Véhicule), received wide praise, winning him multiple accolades, including the Danuta Gleed Award. Hood lives in Guelph, Ontario.

Reader Reviews

Tell us what you think!

Sign Up or Sign In to add your review or comment.