Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, Room 301 Point Grey Campus, 1961 East Mall Ian Ferguson is an award-winning playwright and humorist whose commentaries have been widely broadcast on radio and television. His book Village of the Small Houses (Douglas & McIntyre, 2003) won the Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour. He is the creator of the live improvised soap operas "Die-Nasty" and "Sin City" and is currently writing a sitcom pilot for a major U.S. television network. With his brother Will, he is the co-author of the runaway best-seller How to Be a Canadian (Douglas & McIntyre, 2001/2007). As a tongue-in-cheek guidebook, How to Be a Canadian tackles the many humorous complexities and nuances of what it means to be Canadian. Ian divides his time between Vancouver, BC and Los Angeles, CA. (starfishian)
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