Douglas Gibson

Gibson, Douglas

Douglas Gibson, born and raised in Scotland, started his life in Canadian Publishing in March 1968. Since 1980, when he became Publisher of Macmillan of Canada, and after his years running McClelland & Stewart where he was Publisher from 1988 to 2004, he has become Canada’s most famous editor/publisher. His memoir, Stories About Storytellers, is about the authors he met along the way, and includes an introduction by Nobel laureate Alice Munro. Brought to you in cooperation with the Canada Council for the Arts and the Canadian Embassy in Beijing.

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