Guildford Library to host author Ian Weir

The prolific television screenwriter, playwright and novelist is coming to Surrey's Guildford Library on Oct. 15.

Langley writer Daniel Weir's first novel

Ian Weir is a prolific television screenwriter, playwright, and successful novelist.

He’s also the creator and executive producer of CBC’s Arctic Air, the miniseries Dragon Boys and the long-running teen drama, Edgemont.

On Tuesday, Oct. 15, it’s your chance to meet him. The author is coming to Surrey’s Guildford Library, from 7:30 -8:30 p.m.

Book clubs welcome.

In addition to 10 radio dramas, Weir has also written more than a dozen stage plays. He’s also taught screenwriting.

Weir’s first novel, Daniel O’Thunder, was published in 2009 by Douglas & McIntyre, and was nominated for four fiction awards.

His newest novel, The Doomsday Man, will be published in September 2014.

For more information and to reserve a spot, call 604-598-7366.

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