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Shulgan ChristopherChristopher Shulgan is an author who specializes in collaborating with fascinating figures who have something important to say.

Christopher Shulgan’s heavily-reported feature writing has won him numerous honours, most recently a National Magazine Award in 2007 in the category of politics and public policy. A former writer-at-large for Toro magazine, he is a frequent contributor to such Canadian media as The Globe and Mail and Maclean’s. He was educated at Queen’s University and Northwestern University, and lives in Toronto.

Visit Christopher Shulgan’s blog

Christopher’s Books:

Driving Opportunity: The Seeds of the Mobility Revolution and How it Will Reshape the World (co-author Larry Burns)

The One-Minute Workout (with Martin Gibala)


Avery/ Penguin US
Ebury UK
Eksmo Russia

Superdad: A Memoir of Rebellion, Drugs and Fatherhood


Key Porter Books, Canada, October 2010

The Soviet Ambassador: The Making of the Radical Behind Perestroika

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McClelland & Stewart, Canada, June 11, 2008

Shortlisted for the BC National Award for Non-Fiction