Clockfire made the bestseller list in Calgary, which is surprising because usually that doesn’t happen for poetry unless you hold an event at the venue (I didn’t). Go Clockfire! And go independent booksellers!
Pages On Kensington’s Bestseller List (September 26, 2010)
* Original Edition Fiction and Poetry
1. Room – Emma Donoghue
2. Player One – Douglas Coupland
3. Bury Your Dead – Louise Penny
4. Zero History – William Gibson
5. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest – Stieg Larsson
6. Porcupinity of the Stars – Gary Barwin
7. Freedom – Jonathan Franzen
8. Letters to Omar – Rachel Wyatt
9. Clockfire – Jonathan Ball
10. Mr. Shakespeare’s Bastard – Richard B. Wright
2 thoughts on “Clockfire a Calgary bestseller”
Yes! You be John Grisham. I’ll be Stephen King! What a great bookstore where this could happen. Looking forward to our TO launch.
I won’t be at the TO launch (although a recording of me will) but I am also looking forward to it in a weird way. Pages is awesome!
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