Please join Backbeat Books & Music for a fun, casual reading to celebrate the launch of Greg Bechtel’s debut book Boundary Problems, on Saturday, May 10th.
Secrets, paranoia, conspiracies, and magic—Greg Bechtel’s tales don’t hold back. Whether his characters are trying to figure out why they’ve hijacked a car or are meeting a mysterious group in the middle of the night at Tim Hortons, these stories vibrate with energy and crackle with meaning.
Greg would be happy to sign books and answer questions about publishing his first book.
Boundary Problems reading
Backbeat Books & Music
6 Wilson Street W
Saturday, May 10
About Boundary Problems:
“Where magic meets physics, Bechtel writes in the dynamic margins of possibility. Boundary Problems is a mind-bending vacation from the ordinary.” — Saleema Nawaz, author of Bone and Bread and Mother Superior
“Each of Greg Bechtel’s stories is a perfect little puzzle-box: one marvels at their perfect geometries while anticipating that dazzling moment where every piece slots flush. These finely-crafted, emotionally resonant tales will stay with me a long, long time.” – Craig Davidson, author of Cataract City and Rust and Bone
About Greg Bechtel:
Originally from Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, Greg Bechtel has lived at various times in Toronto, Deep River, Jamaica, Ottawa, Quebec City, and Fredericton while working (among other things) as a lifeguard, technical writer, mover, visual basic programmer, camp counsellor, semiconductor laser labtech, cab driver, tutor, and teacher. Currently, he lives and writes in Edmonton, where he teaches English Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Alberta whenever they let him. Boundary Problems is his first book.
We would love to see you here on the 10th!