This is the online home of award-winning and best-selling author and humorist, Gordon Kirkland.
Here you will find information about Gordon Kirkland and his novels and humor collections, as well as his appearance schedule.
You can also view samples of TV interviews and the BookTelevision TV Series The 3-Day Novel, as well as listen to past radio and internet interviews.
You can also buy his books directly from Amazon through this site. All of his books are available in paperback, and his last six are also available as e-books for reading on the Kindle e-reader.
Be sure to check the latest news coverage about Gordon Kirkland.
Gordon also shares his experience, mentoring other writers and speaking at writers' conferences, festivals and university programs. Information for writers is also available on this site.
News media can download high resolution copies of his promotion pictures and book covers from the Photographs tab.
If you would like to book Gordon Kirkland for your radio or TV show, or to speak to your association or corporate meeting, please click here.
Important News From Gordon Kirkland
Dear friends and fans:
On April 9, 2012 I was diagnosed with end-stage liver failure due to non-alcoholic cirrhosis. My liver was no longer removing toxins from my bloodstream causing severe encepholopathy resulting in an inability to concentrate or focus. Writing became a near impossible task. The only thing that could save my life was a liver transplant, but because of my rrare blood type and large stature, they gave me very little hope of getting one.
By September of 2013 I was in palliative care preparing for death. My wife and I spent the weekend of September 14, 2013 planning my funeral during those periods of time that I was conscious.
On September 18, 2013 I got a call from the Transplant Unit at Vancouver General Hospital that a viable liver was available for transplant. The surgery was carried out on the morning of September 19th. My recovery from near death has been nothing short of miraculous.
I am once again able to write, and have started working on two projects - the long awaited sequel to Crossbow, and the story of the last two years of my life, which will be my first serious nonfiction (but hey, it's me writing it so you know there will be humor thrown in for good measure.)
I'd like to thank all of you who wrote to me during this period. It was great encouragement to hear from you and to know that you all were in my corner for this fight. I'd like to encourage you to contact your local transplant authority and sign a donor card. You won't need your organs after you are gone, why not pass them on to someone in a similar situation to what I experienced. I owe my donor my life.
All the best