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Alumni Authors

Some of your fellow alumni have become prolific authors. Here is a just a selection of the books written by Ryersonians. We want to see this list grow, so if you know of any that are not listed here, please contact us.

Are you a published author? Fill out this form to get added to this list. Print copies can be mailed to Ryerson University, Alumni Relations, 350 Victoria Street, Toronto, M5B 2E7.

 

FICTION

One Way Ticket

Jay Forman

RTA '83

Quantum Night

Quantum Night 

Robert J. Sawyer 

RTA '82

When Dinosaurs Go Dancing

When Dinosaurs go Dancing 

Judy Cook 

Theatre '75

The Search for Angel

The Search for Angel

Tish Cohen

Business Management,1988

Gabby: Drama Queen

Gabby: Drama Queen

Joyce Grant

Journalism '85

Attila & The Battle Cruiser

Attila & The Battle Cruiser

Peter Chestnut

Photographic Arts, 1959

Town House

Town House

Tish Cohen

Business Management,1988

Creek Water

Creek Water

Rob Starr

Journalism,1986

The Apple Lady

The Apple Lady

Rob Starr

Journalism,1986

My Life and Other Lies

My Life and Other Lies

Stephen Pitt

Radio & Television Arts,1976

Faster Than Wind

Faster Than Wind

Stephen Pitt

Radio & Television Arts,1976

NON-FICTION

Financial Self Defense

Financial Self Defence for Canadian Women

Joanne Shaw, Chemistry & Biology '78

Super You

Super You: How Technology is Revolutionizing What It Means to Be Human

Andy Walker, Journalism '90

No Canadian Experience, Eh?

Quality by Experimental Design, Fourth Edition

Andrew Milivojevich and Thomas B. Barker

Mechanical Engineering '87

Story Money Impact: Funding Media for Social Change

Tracey Friesen

Radio and Television Arts '90

 

A Mother's Faith Journey in the Face of Loss

Special: A Mother’s Faith Journey in the Face of Loss

Laura Leavens

Journalism '80

Danny Dog

Danny Dog – A rescue dog finds his forever home

Sid Shapira

Journalism '79
2015 winner of the "Family Choice Award"

Do Less Better: The Power of Strategic Sacrifice in a Complex World

Do Less Better: The Power of Strategic Sacrifice in a Complex World

John R. Bell

Business Administration '69

Anchorboy

Anchorboy

Jay Onrait

Radio and Television Arts ‘98

Crazy Town

Crazy Town

Robyn Doolittle

Journalism ‘06

The Dogs Must Be Eating Them Now

The Dogs Must Be Eating Them Now

Graeme Smith

Journalism ‘10

The Flavour Principle

The Flavour Principle

Co-written by Lucy Waverman and Beppi Crosariol, Lucy Waverman

Journalism ‘62

Canada & the Nobel Prize & Canadian Scientists & Inventors

Canada & the Nobel Prize & Canadian Scientists & Inventors

Harry Black

Architectural Science,1957

Tularemia

Tularemia

Susan Hutton-Siderovski

Environmental Health,1997

Off Our Rockers and Into Trouble

Off Our Rockers and Into Trouble

Anne Moon

Journalism,1973

Country Music's Most Wanted...

Country Music's Most Wanted: The Top 10 book of cheating hearts, honkey-tonk tragedies, and music-city oddities

Francesca Peppiatt

Radio & Television Arts,1978

Dreamwork Uncovered: How dreams can create inner harmony, peace and joy

Dreamwork Uncovered: How dreams can create inner harmony, peace and joy

Marina Quattrocchi

Journalism,1976

To Stand & Fight Together

To Stand & Fight Together

Stephen Pitt

Radio & Television Arts,1976

Day of the Flying Fox

Day of the Flying Fox

Stephen Pitt

Radio & Television Arts 1976

Marie-Anne

Marie-Anne

Maggie Siggins

Journalism 1965

No Canadian Experience, Eh?

No Canadian Experience, Eh? : A Career Survival Guide For New Immigrants

Daisy Wright

Public Administration, 1999