Dan Falk is a science journalist, broadcaster, and author. He has written for The Walrus, Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Cottage Life, SkyNews, Astronomy, and New Scientist and contributed to the CBC Radio programs Ideas, Quirks and Quarks, Tapestry, and Spark.
Falk undertook much of the research for The Science of Shakespeare while completing a prestigious Knight Journalism Fellowship at MIT.
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A staple of ones formative high school years, Shakespeare often feels so familiar it's hard to think there is anything we might NOT know about the well-beloved Bard and his work at this point. But science tells us something different. Author and science journalist Dan Falk takes ... Read more
This week in book events — celebrate the Giller Prize in style at one of the Giller Light Bashes across the country; learn more about Canada's armed forces with Susan Evans Shaw, author of Canadians at War; and celebrate the Montreal launch of The Beautiful West and the ... Read more
The fall is filled with fabulous literary festivals. Think author signings, readings, writing workshops — and the opportunity to discover great new books and meet Canadian publishers and editors.
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