Robert Fulford

Robert Fulford is a Toronto author, journalist, broadcaster, and editor. He writes a weekly column for The National Post and is a frequent contributor to Toronto Life, Canadian Art, and CBC radio and television. His books include Best Seat in the House: Memoirs of a Lucky Man (1988), Accidental City: The Transformation of Toronto (1995), and Toronto Discovered (1998).

You can read some of Robert Fulford's newspaper columns, lectures, and articles (including writings about the world after Sept. 11). Find out about his latest book (as the 1999 Massey Lecturer), The Triumph of Narrative: Storytelling in the Age of Mass Culture or listen to his public Massey Lecture in Real Audio. And read what the critics have to say about Toronto Discovered and Accidental City: The Transformation of Toronto (now out in paperback).

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