Mark Mann is a freelance writer who specializes in longform narrative journalism. He has written feature stories for Toronto Life, The Walrus, Report on Business, Reader’s Digest, The Dance Current, Torontoist, and Maisonneuve, as well as essays about art and culture for Momus, Blouin ARTINFO, The Toronto Star, and Toronto Life. His science and tech writing appears regularly in Motherboard at Vice. His essay “Lucky Strikes” won a National Magazine Award and was published in The Best Canadian Essays of 2011 by Tightrope Books. He has told stories on CBC Radio, Lipstick Studios podcast, and at Raconteurs events in Toronto. As a member of the art collective CCC, he creates scripts for historically-researched site-specific audio walks. He has participated in artist residencies with Fogo Island Arts and the Banff Centre, and is currently collaborating with the Belgian artist Boy Vereecken on a book-length fiction project.

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