David Elias is the author of five books of fiction, most recently Henry’s Game, a novella.
His short stories and poetry have appeared in literary magazines and anthologies across the country and his work has been nominated for a number of awards.
He also spends time as an editor, writer-in-residence, mentor and creative writing instructor, and lives in Winnipeg with his wife, poet Brenda Sciberras.
And he doesn’t look exactly like this anymore.
ISBN 9781926710181 · Paperback · 7.5″ x 5.5″ · 96 pages
$16.95 (CDN) / $15.95 (US) · Release Date: September 2012
David Elias’ latest novella takes on the darkly humorous tale of Henry, a chess columnist who finds himself under attack by realities he would rather not think about. An alcoholic friend has died and his wife has just been diagnosed with breast cancer. When Henry’s family insists the situation calls for a road trip to Disneyland, he must learn to adapt or perish in life beyond the chess board.