I realise this is pushing the idea of “issues journalism” a little, but for people who want to learn How To Publish Erotica, this article will satisfy.
Do you want to test the limits of your own tolerance? Try interviewing kids about International Tolerance day like I did for Russia Today in my first ever video production.
John Mars is a serious musician. That's why I am going to put the link to the first music review I've ever written, under “issues journalism.” My take on Detroit or Buffalo appears in Mondo Magazine.
I profiled Canadian violist Annemarie Moorcroft for The Canadian Expat.
My investigation into the operations of Big Pharma was brought to you by Busted Halo in four parts.
- Big Pharma and the Rest of Us
- On the Frontlines of the Epidemiccv: Interview with Father Gérard Tonque Lagleder
- A Hopeful Alternative: The threat of neglected diseases and the first not-for-profit pharmaceutical company
- Who’s Helping Whom: The Catholic Church and big pharma
After drugs and guns, human trafficking is the second most lucrative organised crime there is. To draw attention to modern slavery and efforts to end it, I write about it whenever I can. My review of Ric Esther Bienstock’s documentary Sex Slaves appears on the Busted Halo site.
But What About the Children: A look at Intercultural Relationships is a two-part piece for the site Busted Halo. The first part discusses the challenges faced by Arnold and Dana in the Netherlands, the second part talks about Walton and Assel in Kazakhstan. In a recent re-design, Busted Halo put the two parts together, so prepare to scroll!
In this piece for Pulse Niagara, I found that it was impossible for me to write about International Women’s Day without making a foray into the personal. It is, just like Auntie Simone taught us, political...
The Economics of the Seal Hunt in Echo Weekly
Modern Slavery in Canada in View Magazine
International Baby Buying in Pulse Niagara