Dennis McCloskey's latest
book is an award-winning biography of
Valen Cover (now Keefer),
a kidney transplant
recipient and PKD
NOW IN 2ND PRINTING
CLICK ON BOOK COVER FOR A CLOSE UP VIEW
Dennis McCloskey is a fulltime freelance writer, based in the Greater Toronto Area of Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada. Since graduating from Ryerson University with a Journalism Degree in 1971, he has worked as a corporate journalist and editor, newspaper columnist, magazine writer, and book author. Several hundred of his human interest and business articles have appeared in over 65 newspapers, consumer publications and trade magazines in Canada, the United States and Europe. He has also written eight books. He and his wife, Kris, are avid travelers and Caribbean cruisers. Born on Prince Edward Island (on Canada’s east coast) Dennis lists Rome, Paris, London, and Charlottetown, P.E.I. as his favorite cities.
Dennis recently contributed a story called "The Solitary Cottage" which was published in "Chicken Soup for the Soul -- O Canada".
Dennis was the January Writer in Residence at Open Book Toronto, to read his BLOG please click HERE.
See the Canadian Book Launch of "MY FAVORITE AMERICAN"
for SLIDE SHOW click HERE.
for VIDEO - PART 1 click HERE.
for VIDEO - PART 2 click HERE.
"MY FAVORITE AMERICAN", has been selected as the winner of the Helene Kenigsberg Award for Excellence in Public Awareness of Polycystic Kidney Disease by the PKD Foundation of Canada. Read the Press Release HERE.
Valen Cover (now Keefer) explains in this audio interview how Dennis McCloskey came to write "MY FAVORITE AMERICAN". Click HERE.
Book cover photo by Maximilian Franz.
Dennis McCloskey photo by Jeff Davis.