Brian Fawcett

BRIAN FAWCETT is a founding editor of the internationally-followed Internet news service, His latest works, part of a 12-year project, are Virtual Clearcut: Or, The Way Things Are In My Home Town (Thomas Allen & Sons, 2003), which won the 2004 Pearson Prize for non-fiction, and Local Matters: A Defense of Dooney's Cafe and Other Non-globalized Places, People and Ideas (New Star, 2003). He lives in Toronto with his wife, Leanna Crouch, and ten year-old daughter Hartlea. He writes full time, gardens, and plays more sandlot baseball than is healthy or wise.

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