Books written by Douglas Coupland

Bit Rot

Random House Canada | October 4, 2016 | 432 pages
Bit Rot, a new collection from Douglas Coupland that explores the different ways 20th-century notions of the future are being shredded, is a gem of the digital age. Reading Bit Rot feels a lot like bingeing on Netflix... you can't stop with just one. "Bit rot" is a term used in digital archiving to... More Info

Age of Earthquakes

March 3, 2015 | 128 pages
A highly provocative, mindbending, beautifully designed, and visionary look at the landscape of our rapidly evolving digital era.  More Info

Kitten Clone

Random House Canada | September 30, 2014 | 184 pages
Douglas Coupland, one of the world's biggest cultural brains, takes an inside look at the global company that keeps us connected, and wonders what all that connectivity is doing to our brains and our sense of ourselves as humans. The incomparable Douglas Coupland reports from inside the corporate... More Info

Worst. Person. Ever.

Vintage Books Canada | May 27, 2014 | 336 pages
A national bestseller, Douglas Coupland's Worst. Person. Ever. is a gloriously filthy, side-splittingly funny and unforgettable novel. Now in paperback. Worst. Person. Ever. is a deeply unworthy book about a dreadful human being with absolutely no redeeming social value.  More Info

Darwin's Bastards

Douglas & McIntyre Ltd | April 27, 2010 | 453 pages
Social satire, fabulist tales and darkly humorous dystopian visions by some of Canada's most adventurous and distinguished writers. The 23 stories in Darwin's Bastards take us on a twisted, wild ride into some future times and parallel universes where characters as diverse as a dead boy, a... More Info

Highly Inappropriate Tales for Young People

Vintage Books Canada | November 6, 2012 | 144 pages
Ever wonder what would happen if Douglas Coupland's unhinged imagination met Graham Roumieu's insane knack for illustrating the ridiculously weird? The answer is seven deliciously wicked tales featuring seven highly improbable, not only inappropriate, characters, including Donald the Incredibly... More Info

All Families are Psychotic

Vintage Canada | September 24, 2002 | 288 pages
Psychosis: any form of severe mental disorder in which the individual’s contact with reality becomes highly distorted. Douglas Coupland, the author whom Tom Wolfe calls “one of the freshest, most exciting voices of the novel today,” delivers his tenth book in ten years of writing, with All... More Info

Fred Herzog

Douglas & McIntyre Limited | November 15, 2011 | 197 pages
The definitive book about the stunning oeuvre of a pioneer of colour photography -- Vancouver's Fred Herzog. For more than five decades, Fred Herzoghas focused his lens on street life, and his striking colour photographs -- of vacant lots, second-hand shops, neon signs and working-class people --... More Info
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