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Wendy Dennis is an award-winning journalist and author with a uniquely personal voice who writes provocatively about social, psychological and cultural issues. Her writing is known for its wit, depth, insight and honesty. She has written about psychoanalysis for The Walrus and blogged about divorce for the Huffington Post, where her work has gone viral. Her widely discussed Toronto Life story, “The Divorce From Hell”, prompted a national debate. Dennis is also an experienced copywriter, content director, and writes speeches for special occasions (from CEO remarks to wedding toasts). Her speechwriting services can be found at crowdpleasercommunications.com. Her journalism can be found at wendydennis.com and huffingtonpost.com. She also has a profile on Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/wendy-dennis/6/a02/50a.
- The Huffington Post
- The Walrus
- Toronto Life
- The Globe and Mail
- House and Home
- Key Gordon Communications
- The Divorce From Hell: How the Justice System Failed a Family (1998, Macfarlane, Walter & Ross)
- Hot and Bothered: Men and Women, Sex & Love in the ‘90s (1992, Viking)
Eight National Magazine Awards, including three Gold Awards—one for Humour writing.