Contact

I look forward to hearing from you. You can contact me directly at

  •  jboyko57@gmail.com

You can follow me on twitter:

  • @johnwboyko

If you would rather, you could contact:

  • My Literary Agent: Jackie Kaiser, Westwood Creative Artists – phone: 416-964-3302 x224 | email: jackie@wcaltd.com
  • My publicist at Penguin Random House Knopf: Shona Cook –scook@penguinrandomhouse.com

Boyko at Queen's

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5 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Hey John – I’m sorry I missed your Peterborough Speaks appearance. Had I known, I’d have been there. Your JFK back brace theory is solid. More people should know about you so I’ve forwarded your contact info to George Noory at Coast to Coast AM. I’ll be picking up a copy when Kennedy and the Canadians comes out. Regards, Wray Ellis, Peterborough

  2. Hello Mr. Boyko, I am currently reading your book on Prime Minister Bennet, and I am really enjoying the experience! Your written voice is so clear, and matches the echos in my mind from your North American history class in high school. You are proving to be an amazing author, just as you were a great teacher. Thank you! Wishing you all the best

    • Hi,

      Sorry it took me so long to reply – I have been away. Thank you for your kind words about my teaching and on my Bennett book. I believe he was a misunderstood Canadian who deserves more attention. I hope you are doing well and still keeping in contact with some of the others from those days.

      All the best.

  3. I have noted your recent republican editorial. These studies may prove educational to you:

    ‘Economic Growth and Institutional Reform in Modern Monarchies and Republics: A Historical Cross-Country Perspective 1820-2000’, 2014, Christian Bjørnskov and Peter Kurrild-Klitgaard

    ‘Determinants of generalized trust: A cross-country comparison’,2006, Christian Bjørnskov

    ‘Symbolic Unity, Dynastic Continuity, and Countervailing Power: Monarchies, Republics, and the Economy’, 2018, Mauro F Guillén

    ‘Presidents with Prime Ministers: Do Direct Elections Matter?’, 2009, Margit Tavits

    ‘Constitutional Power and Competing Risks: Monarchs, Presidents, Prime Ministers, and the Termination of East and West European Cabinets’, 2009, Petra Schleiter and Edward Morgan-Jones

    In the future please think more deeply about this issue before parroting the intellectually barren talking points of republicans.

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