Terry Fallis

Terry Fallis is the author of The Best Laid Plans.
Terry Fallis is a two-time winner of The Leacock Medal for Humour Writing — in 2008 for The Best Laid Plans and in 2015 for No Relation — and has been a finalist five times. (Tim Fallis)

Terry Fallis is the author of several comedic novels. He has won the Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal for Humour twice — for his debut novel The Best Laid Plans and No Relation — and has been a finalist five times. The Best Laid Plans won Canada Reads 2011, defended by Ali Velshi, and was adapted into a six-part miniseries for CBC-TV. His other books include Poles ApartThe High Road, Up and Down and One Brother Shy

Books by Terry Fallis

Interviews with Terry Fallis

Author Terry Fallis will be featured in a discussion in Sudbury on humour and writing at the Wordstock Sudbury literary festival.
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