An award-winning book author and website contributor, Larry Hannant presents history in a variety of formats. He’s the author/editor of three books, including The Politics of Passion: Norman Bethune’s Writing and Art (1998), which won the Robert S. Kenny Prize in Left/Labour Studies. His forthcoming book is an edited collection titled Bucking Conservatism: Alternative Stories of Alberta in the 1960s and 1970s (2019). The award-winning website Great Unsolved Mysteries in Canadian History includes two sections by him. In addition to non-fiction, he’s published poetry, creative non-fiction, short stories and articles in a number of magazines and newspapers. He’s an adjunct associate professor in the Department of History at the University of Victoria.