Interview with Terry Fallis | Egregious Interviews | FeathertaleHe nabbed the prestigious award again this spring for his novel No Relation , about a group of New Yorkers who share their names with famous counterparts. Feathertale caught up with the unfailingly humble author in a Toronto coffee shop. I think it was about Thanksgiving. What did you want to be when you grew up? It changed when I became more interested in things that flew and taking things apart and putting them back together again. So I studied mechanical and biomedical engineering.
Interview with Terry Fallis
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