Bruce, (William) Harry
BRUCE, (William) Harry
BRUCE, (William) Harry. Canadian, b. 1934. Genres: Area studies, Young adult non-fiction, Young adult non-fiction. Career: Ottawa Journal, reporter, 1955-59; Globe and Mail, reporter, 1959-61; Maclean's, assistant editor, 1961-64; Saturday Night, managing editor, 1964-65; Canadian Magazine, managing editor, 1965-66; Star Weekly, associate editor and featured columnist, 1967-68; Toronto Daily Star, columnist, 1968-69; Maclean's, columnist and reports and reviews editor, 1970-71; Nova Scotia Light and Power Co. Ltd., executive editor, 1971; Atlantic Insight, editor, 1979-80, executive editor, 1981; Atlantic Salmon Journal, editor, 1991-. Freelance writer, 1973-79. Gazette East Coast Editorial Ltd., Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), Halifax, TV talk-show host, 1972. Publications: NONFICTION FOR ADULTS: The Short Happy Walks of Max MacPherson, 1968; Nova Scotia, 1975; Lifeline, 1977; R.A.: The Story of R.A. Jodrey, Entrepreneur, 1979; A Basket of Apples: Recollections of Historic Nova Scotia, 1982; The Gulf of St. Lawrence, 1984; Each Moment as It Flies, 1984; Movin' East: The Further Writings of Harry Bruce, 1985; The Man and the Empire: Frank Sobey, 1985; Down Home: Notes of a Maritime Son, 1988. NONFICTION FOR YOUNG ADULTS: Maud: The Life of L.M. Montgomery, 1992. Contributor of essays, reviews, and articles to commentaries, anthologies, and periodicals. Address: c/o Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia, 1113 Marginal Rd, Halifax, NS, Canada B3H 4P9.