Broadcast: Video, Columns, Essays, Features, Ghostwriting, Humour, Personal Journalism, Profiles
Arts, Books & literature, Entertainment (film, television, theatre), Family & parenting, Fashion & apparel, Men, Non-profit, Publishing, Sex and relationships, Society, Travel & tourism, Women
Published around the world, award-winning writer Katrina Onstad began her career by parlaying a coffee-fetching internship at Canadian Business magazine into several cover stories. In the past decade, she’s turned her critical eye to arts, culture and social issues with work in The New York Times, The Guardian, The Globe and Mail and many other publications.
- Toronto Life
- Globe and Mail
- Eye Weekly
- The New York Times
- The Guardian
- Elle (US)
- How Happy to Be (2006);
- Everybody Has Everything (2012).
- Between Interruptions: Thirty Women Tell the Truth About Motherhood (2007);
- Because I Love Her: 34 Women Writers Reflect on the Mother-Daughter Bond (2009);
- Fringe Out! The Films of Ron Mann (2010)
Ghostwriting; Radio & Television (Hosted Reel to Real; guest on CBC, TVO, CTV); creating on-line audio slideshows & podcasts; teaching (Ontario Government employees) & public speaking
Canadian National Magazine Award – Arts Writing (2010) and multiple nominee; American National Magazine Award nominee (US) 2008; John Howard Society Award for Social Justice Writing (1997)« back