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After a busy day on the assembly line, TRF staff sweep up their sawdust and reflect on how great authors are produced...

Jason Flores-Williams Is the Gonzo Lawyer Suing Denver

December 7, 2016

…from the writing to lawyering and the battles therein, a fair and in depth profile of mistakes made, lessons learned and where it needs to go in a serious time.

Michelle Kim’s debut Running Through Sprinklers

July 29, 2016

Read the announcement from Publishers Weekly

Chris Johns’ A TASTE OF PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY

July 25, 2016

Co-author of TRUE NORTH Chris Johns’ A TASTE OF PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY, a stunning profile of one of Canada’s most popular food and wine destinations featuring an exciting mix of travelogue, cookbook, guide book and narrative to Robert McCullough at Appetite by Random House Canada.

“Why Imogen Lloyd Webber Doesn’t Live Anywhere Near ‘Cats’”

July 19, 2016

Read the article with The New York Times here.

The Beaverton’s GLORIOUS AND/OR FREE

July 6, 2016

thebeaverton.com Editor-in-Chief Luke Gordon Field and Editor and Senior Writer Alex Huntley’s GLORIOUS AND/OR FREE, a hilarious, biting and entertaining stab at our national myths and legends — part mock history and part fake scrapbook — from The Beaverton: Canada’ s satirical online newspaper to Justin Stoller at Penguin Canada by Sam Hiyate at The Rights Factory for publication in […]

How Barbra Leslie and CRACKED found a home in London

March 8, 2016

On the importance of finding the right genre for your story and how the tastes of readers can vary drastically in different local markets.