Brian Brett is a poet, fiction and memoir writer, journalist and former chair of the Writers' Union of Canada. His 13 books include The Colour of Bones in a Stream and the bestselling memoir Trauma Farm, which won numerous prizes, including the Writers' Trust of Canada for best Canadian nonfiction book. His most recent book is the award-winning memoir Tuco and the Scattershot World: A Life with Birds.
- Brian Brett on becoming part of the great wave wash of life
- 100 writers in Canada you need to know
- 'I can be trouble': B.C. poet filled home with stolen flowers after cancer diagnosis
- Brian Brett pens memoir about his pet African grey parrot Tuco
Books by Brian Brett
Interviews with Brian Brett