Angela Misri is the author of the Portia Adams Adventures series and several essays on Sherlock Holmes. As a former CBC Radio digital manager and the Digital Director at The Walrus, Misri is never offline (although she prefers to write long form in notebooks). She plays MMORPGs (massively multiplayer online role-playing games), speaks several web languages, and owns too many comic books. Misri currently lives in Toronto, Ontario.
In April 2017 business partners Alex Snider and Liz Burns opened the doors to Queen Books in Toronto’s Leslieville, a family-friendly neighbourhood with a proud sense of community, green space, countless coffee shops and eateries, and the occasional set for Orphan Black. Find ... Read more
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