Late nights on air—Hay, Elizabeth, 1951-
In 1975 Yellowknife, four employees of a small radio station embark on a canoe trip that takes them into the Arctic wilderness, following the 1927 route taken by ill-fated Englishman John Hornby, and find their relationships shifting.
Subjects:Canada, Northern -- Fiction.
Canoes and canoeing -- Canada -- Fiction.
Canoes and canoeing -- Fiction.
Emotions -- Fiction.
Friendship -- Fiction.
Hornby, John, 1880-1927 -- Fiction.
Hornsby, John, 1880-1927 -- Fiction.
Man-woman relationships -- Fiction.
Nineteen seventies -- Fiction.
Northwest Territories -- Fiction.
Radio programs -- Fiction.
Radio stations -- Canada -- Fiction.
Radio stations -- Fiction.
Women in radio broadcasting -- Fiction.
Yellowknife (N.W.T.) -- Fiction.
Toronto, Ont. : McClelland & Stewart, 2007.
363 p. ; 22 cm.
Scotiabank Giller Prize, 2007Link to PAC