Hailing from Stratford Ontario, Teddy Payne has a number followers and not just on Facebook. People adore him. How can they not?
This British gent is quite the character (stated in a good way, my friend). In addition to being funny, bright, and totally charming, he’s a walking compendium of history.
Memoirs, novels, short stories and poetry are some of the many things he’s penned. Illustrations abound, too. . . . Writing and drawing: having just one of these talents is enviable, but both?!
The list of accomplishments is lengthy, so here is a small one that might whet the appetite:
- The Apricot Blooms in the Desert (memoir)
- The Streets of Odeon (memoir)
- When the Devil Drives (novel)
- The Man who Loved Women (short stories)
- Teddy Payne’s Stratford
- The Swans of Stratford
- Paraphernalia for a Saturday Afternoon
Here’s to you, Teddy. May we enjoy many, many more years of you and your opuses.