Books tagged: Journalists

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No Heavy Lifting

By Rob Simpson
Foreword by John Shannon

Join Rob Simpson on a dozen once-in-a-lifetime adventures in the world of international media

Though he’s now known to hockey fans across North America for his NHL commentary and as co-host of the Stellick and Simmer SiriusXM radio show, Rob Simpson didn’t start his radio ... Read more

No Place for a Woman

By Antony Berger

As a young woman, the late Ella Manuel left the busy shipping community of Lewisporte, Newfoundland, for the wider world in the 1920s, but eventually returned to the island, as a single mother, to settle in Bonne Bay. An accomplished writer, broadcaster, journalist, advocate ... Read more

No Place for a Woman

By Antony Berger

As a young woman, the late Ella Manuel left the busy shipping community of Lewisporte, Newfoundland, for the wider world in the 1920s, but eventually returned to the island, as a single mother, to settle in Bonne Bay. An accomplished writer, broadcaster, journalist, advocate ... Read more

Once a Bitcoin Miner

By Ethan Lou

 

A true story. Fast-paced. Immersive. The definitive parable of everything Bitcoin, cryptocurrency, and blockchain.

There is the Bitcoin story of the headlines, but there is a more important one behind them: tangled plots sprawling like roots deep underground, entire worlds ... Read more

Out of the Blue

By Jan Wong

Out of the Blue is the surreal, wrenching, sometimes hilarious, and ultimately triumphant story of one woman’s struggle to come to terms with depression.

At the height of her career in journalism, Jan Wong’s world came crashing down. A story she wrote on a school shooting ... Read more

Peter Gzowski

By Marco Adria

Peter Gzowski is Canada`s best-known and most-adored radio personality. Marco Adria traces Gzowski`s childhood in Galt, his unusual family history, and his early days at Maclean`s, ultimately focusing on Gzowski`s radio career. How does Morningside choose its guests? What`s ... Read more

Punching and Kicking

By Kathy Dobson

People don't ever leave The Point, even if they move far away. Or at least, that's how it seems to journalist Kathy Dobson. Growing up in Point St. Charles, an industrial slum in Montreal, she sees how people get trapped in the neighbourhood. Dobson shares her journey of trying ... Read more

Then We Were One

By Fred A. Reed

Shocked by his brother's death from psychological trauma sustained in the Vietnam War, Fred A. Reed sets out on a journey of personal discovery. By way of Greece, the Balkans, and the mystical Anatolian highlands, in pursuit of iconoclasts in Syria and Lebanon, he comes under ... Read more