Robert Harlow grew up in Northern British Columbia. In 1941 he joined
the Royal Canadian Air Force and became a bomber pilot. He got his B.A.
in English at The University of British Columbia and was then, in 1948,
invited to be a member of the Iowa Writers´ Workshop. During the
Fifties and early Sixties, he worked as a producer and then as a programmer
at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in Vancouver. For a further
dozen years he headed the Creative Writing Department at the University
of British Columbia, and, since 1988, he has lived and continued writing
on one of the Gulf Islands off the southern coast of B.C.
He has been successfully writing novels since
1962. Now, using the Publication On Demand service at www.Xlibris.com
in Philadelphia, he has published all eight of his books. They
are for sale at Xlibris, Barnes and Noble, Amazon.com and Borders.