About Bill

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Bill Bunn is the author of several books, essays, and articles.

Bill is working on his first adult novel, to be published next year through Bitingduck! He has published three young adult novels, Out on the Drink (2018), Kill Shot (2015), and Duck Boy (2012). His published essays were collected and published as Hymns of Home, 2013. In 2003, Moon Canoe, a children’s picture book was published. Moon Canoe translated into French and released as Canoë Lune (2005).

Bill Bunn lives in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He and his wife, Linda, care for three dogs, and one cat. Bill is currently trying to revive a 1960 Mercury pickup. Bill teaches English at Mount Royal University.

Bill requires a projector and screen for a computer, or a large TV monitor for his presentations to Junior high and older primary grades. For presentations, from preschool to grade two, Bill prefers smaller groups (under 25) for presentations without media.

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www.billbunn.net

13 Responses to About Bill

  1. Bob and teresa Lonn says:

    This is a blast from your past Brother Bill! Bob the Swede and Teresa

  2. Emma says:

    I remember you when you came to my jR high last year in St.Albert/Edmonton. I loved the speech you gave!

  3. He must be getting old – he completely forgot to mention that he leads and inspires a group of people at the Millarville Church Writer’s Group that he started 6 or so years ago. Members have published 5 books and another is in the wings. The really good news is that he NEVER uses the word ‘grammar’.

  4. Laura Kendall says:

    Hi Bill
    I jave your prize money from the farm truck competition.
    Thank you Laura Kendall

  5. Dale N says:

    Hi Bill

    I read your First Person story of the tiny prairie crocus this morning and was enchanted.
    I adore well written stories that take me outdoors and away from the concrete and noisy, polluted air of Toronto.

    Thank you for a lovely Spring story. I was missing my Mum and am now reminded how even through the depths of Alzheimer’s she would smile, with eyes sparkling, as soon as we got into the Bermuda Botanical Gardens where roses, lilies, stray cats, wild roosters and playing children amused her for a little while.

    l look forward to reading your writing.

    • Bill Bunn says:

      Hello Dale,

      Thank you for your note. I don’t think I responded as I’m not on my own website often. My apologies. You comments mean a lot, especially in these times.

      Bill

  6. Bill Bunn says:

    Thank you, Laura.

  7. Pingback: Available Now: Out On the Drink | Bitingduck Press

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