Author Archives: Gordon A. Bailey

About Gordon A. Bailey

I was born in Montréal in 1946, raised in Minnesota and Saskatchewan and now live on Pender Island, BC. I taught Sociology at Capilano University in North Vancouver for eighteen years - commuting by ferry, transit and bicycle. My writing includes three books in sociology - on theory, on ideology, and an introductory text (still under construction). I intend to shift my writing focus to essays, articles and various forms of fiction.

White Noise … Black Oil (It’s all about everything)

Just launched the third book in the Tom Severn Eco-Mystery series – White Noise … Black Oil at Talisman Books and Gallery on Pender Island.  I’ll be at Y’s Bookstore on Main Street in Vancouver on August 6th at 2:00pm … Continue reading

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The Prayer Book Cowboy is now an ebook – available on Amazon, Kobo, iTunes, and Overdrive

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Self-publishing Workshop at Talisman Books and Gallery

I am presenting a workshop on self-publishing on May 28th for Talisman Books & Gallery’s Local Author’s month May 15 – June 14, 2014.

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Prayer Book Cowboy is now available as an EBOOK


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Welcome to Gordon A. Bailey’s blog

Currently, I am writing various forms of fiction and critical essays.  Although my background and writing has been in the field of academic research and work, I now explore memoir, poetry, and the short story within a critical frame. It … Continue reading

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