Join Greg Rhyno and special guest Terri Favro (SPUTNIK'S CHILDREN) to celebrate the launch of TO ME YOU SEEM GIANT! The celebration starts at 6:30 with a reading and booksigning.
About the TO ME YOU SEEM GIANT:
It’s 1994 and Pete Curtis is pretty much done with Thunder Bay, Ontario. He’s graduating high school and playing drums in a band that’s ready to hit the road. Even though his parents, teachers, and new girlfriend seem a little underwhelmed, Pete knows he’s on the verge of indie rock greatness.
Fast-forward ten years, Pete finds himself stuck teaching high school in the hometown he longed to escape, while his best friend and former bandmate is a bona fide rock star.
Greg Rhyno's debut novel is full of catchy hooks, compelling voices, and duelling time signatures. Told in two alternating decades, To Me You Seem Giant is a raucous and evocative story about trying to live in the present when you can’t escape your past.
About the author:
Greg Rhyno was born in Toronto, Ontario and grew up in Thunder Bay. His work has appeared in PRISM international, Vocamus Press, and he is a recipient of the J. Alex Munro Prize for Poetry. In addition, Rhyno has toured and recorded with such rock 'n' roll outfits as Phasers On Stun, the Parkas, and Wild Hearses. Currently, he works as a high school teacher and lives with his family in Guelph, Ontario. To Me You Seem Giant is his first novel, which will be released Fall 2017. Find him online at gregrhyno.com.