Wayne Grady is the author of  more than a dozen non-fiction works and three novels. His first novel, Emancipation Day, (Doubleday, Canada, 2013) won the Amazon First Novel Award. His works of nonfiction, include The Bone Museum, about the relationship between birds and dinosaurs, which he researched by spending three months in Argentina; Bringing Back the Dodo, about the tenuous position of humans in nature; The Great Lakes, which won the Outdoor Book Award, 2010; and Tree: A Life Story, co-authored with David Suzuki, and published in fifteen languages. Wayne is also an award-winning literary translator from French to English. He divides his time between Kingston, Ontario and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, with his wife, novelist and biographer, Merilyn Simonds. You can read more about Wayne here

“I’m delighted to be part of the Transatlantic community. Writing is always a solitary activity, but knowing there’s a team of experts with Transatlantic’s proven success at my back allows me to focus on the work with a clear mind. That kind of freedom is invaluable and rare.”

The first novel of Wayne’s mystery series, featuring Detective Inspector Westman and set in the glorious city of Buenos Aires, is currently on submission.

Wayne is represented by Marilyn Biderman.