Hugh Cook

Hugh Cook writes both short stories and novels. Many of his stories have been published in Canada’s leading literary journals. Cook’s novel The Homecoming Man has been translated into Dutch, and the stories from his book Home in Alfalfa were adapted into a stage play. His newest novel is Heron River, set in a small town in southern Ontario. Retired from full-time teaching, Cook lives in Hamilton, Ontario, where he spends most of his time writing.


Visit Hugh Cook’s website.

Follow Cook on Twitter: @HughCook_ca.

Read the Stonework magazine interview with Cook, conducted by John Leax.

Read a review of Heron River.