Dan Green- Author of Novel Blue Saltwater
About the Author
Dan Green grew up in Saskatchewan where he received a well-rounded education from both Catholic nuns and Jesuit priests in Prince Albert and Regina. He graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Manitoba in 1969 and practiced for thirty-four years in West Vancouver before retiring in 2003. Since that time he has studied with the University of British Columbia Writing Centre in Vancouver and Blue Saltwater is his first novel. Dr. Green and his wife make their home in West Vancouver and Arizona.
Blue Saltwater is a historical drama set in British Columbia in the late seventies that intertwines the mystic legends of Haida Gwaii with those of the Virgin of Guadalupe and traces the lives of two men- Blue Saltwater, a restless teenager from the Queen Charlotte Islands and Father Joe Murphy, a youthful priest from Ontario, whose destinies collide as they try to escape the social boundaries that bind them to lives of adversity.
BlueSaltwater Sell Sheet: http://dangreen.ca/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/Blue-Saltwater-Sellsheet.pdf
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Interview with News 1130
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Article in the Prince Albert Daily Herald
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Contest entry in What’s Up Magazine