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As well as writing books, I also write magazine, newspaper and journal articles. Over the years, I have written for such publications as The New York Times, The Globe and Mail, National Post, Toronto Star and Calgary Herald. As H.G. Wells once said, “I’d rather be called a journalist than an artist.” In recent years, I have contributed to the following publications.
Facts & Opinions is a respected independent online publication of journalism and commentary to which I contribute feature articles, columns, essays and occasional pieces. You can find links to my contributions on the page that comes up when you click HERE.
Galleries West, now published only online, was a glossy magazine that strived to heighten awareness of the visual arts scene in Western Canada. I contributed profiles of Western Canada’s distinguished senior artists and other stories from the time the print version of the magazine was launched in 2002 to when it moved online in 2016. You can find a selection of my stories by clicking HERE.
I have written one piece for the Irish Times, about emigrating to Canada. You can read it by clicking HERE. Lots of nice comments from the IT readers, which is rare in these days of mean-spirited anonymous online trolls.
In April 1989, I had my first byline in The New York Times. It felt good. You can read the story by clicking HERE.