Harrison Mooney is a writer and journalist from Vancouver. Harrison has worked for The Vancouver Sun for nearly a decade as a reporter, editor and columnist. His writing has also appeared in The National Post, Yahoo, The Guardian, and Maclean’s. He lives in East Vancouver with his family. He is represented by Samantha Haywood.

Harrison Mooney’s powerful memoir of race, religion and displacement amid an interracial adoption, THE BOY WHO SAW WHAT WASN’T THERE is a jaw-dropping account of religious brainwashing and intergenerational trauma, for readers of “Brother, I’m Dying” by Edwidge Danticat and “Negroland” by Margo Jefferson, sold at auction to Patrick Crean of Patrick Crean Editions at HarperCollins Canada (Canada English rights) for 2022 publication by Samantha Haywood of Transatlantic Agency.