White Lung

By Grant Buday

White Lung
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Finalist, City of Vancouver Book Prize

A blackly comic new novel from Vancouver author Grant Buday, based on his eight glorious years working in a mass production bakery. Dickensian in magnitude, White Lung is a sardonic portrait of B.C.’s racial conflicts and chaotic economy. ... Read more


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Finalist, City of Vancouver Book Prize

A blackly comic new novel from Vancouver author Grant Buday, based on his eight glorious years working in a mass production bakery. Dickensian in magnitude, White Lung is a sardonic portrait of B.C.’s racial conflicts and chaotic economy.

Praise for White Lung:

"a rollicking black comedy of errors with a host of unforgettable characters" (Quill & Quire, starred review)

"rarely has there been a novel as astute about life on the punch clock" (The Globe and Mail)

"mordantly funny" (The National Post)

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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