Bruce Bishop's published work has appeared in over 100 print and online publications in Canada, the United States, Great Britain, Australia, and Brazil since the mid-1990s. He contributed to several guidebook publishers including Fodor’s and DK Eyewitness Guides, and was principal writer for the Michelin Green Guide to Atlantic Canada and authored the Marco Polo Guide to Muskoka. He was elected president of the Travel Media Assn. of Canada in 2000 for a two-year term.
He began writing his debut novel, Unconventional Daughters, during the COVID-19 lockdown in early 2020, and followed up with an interlinked novel, Uncommon Sons, which was published in June 2021. The third novel in the trilogy, Undeniable Relations, will be published in December 2022.
He lives in Nova Scotia and is working on adapting his novels for TV.
Historical Fiction: The Benefits and Pitfalls to Writing about the late 19th & early 20th Century. Also, deciding on self-publication - the pros and cons
Travel & Guidebook Writing: Is this a genre that has become extinct? The history of the medium is explored, followed by its heyday, and its current status worldwide