Monday Night Man

By Grant Buday

Monday Night Man
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Finalist, City of Vancouver Book Award

Monday Night Man is a back alley view of East Vancouver netherworlds. Horst Nunn, Ray Bunce, and Boyle Rupp are a trio of middle-aged, underemployed, intelligent “plungers” striving for redemption through humour and long shots at the ... Read more


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Finalist, City of Vancouver Book Award

Monday Night Man is a back alley view of East Vancouver netherworlds. Horst Nunn, Ray Bunce, and Boyle Rupp are a trio of middle-aged, underemployed, intelligent “plungers” striving for redemption through humour and long shots at the track.

Praise for Monday Night Man:

"These stories . . . combine the flavours of Dickens and Charles Bukowski, with a good hit of The Three Stooges thrown in." (Bruce Serafin, founder, Vancouver Review)

"Buday is a careful stylist; his language is clean and carefully plotted, his dialogue quick and convincing." (Kevin Connolly, Paragraph)

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Grant Buday

Grant Buday is the author of 'White Lung' and 'A Sack of Teeth'. His story "The Curve of the Earth" won the 2006 'Fiddlehead Magazine' short fiction contest. He lives with his family in the Gulf Islands, B.C., where he does not grow pot.

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