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Shawn Micallef is a senior editor at Spacing magazine, a co-founder of [murmur], the location-based mobile-phone documentary project, and a columnist for Eye Weekly. He is also founding editor of the new weekly Toronto web magazine Yonge Street. He writes about cities, culture, buildings, art and politics for a variety of media outlets, and he is also an instructor at the Ontario College of Art and Design. In 2011, Shawn became a Massey Fellow at the University of Toronto.
'A smart and intimate guide to the city that makes you feel like an insider from start to finish.' -- Douglas Coupland, author of Generation X 'As Toronto grows into a more mature, more compelling city, a new group of non-academic, street-smart urbanists has emerged to appreciate it -- with-it young writers, architects and men and women about town who love big cities and see things in Toronto that most of us miss. Shawn Micallef is one of the sharpest of this sharp-eyed breed.' - Marcus Gee, Globe and Mail 'Shawn Micallef looks at the city in a way we all should more often -- he sees it as a living book that is alive with stories just waiting to be told to the attentive observer. In Stroll, he gives us an introduction to just how interesting and surprisingly dramatic those stories are, and how exciting our city is when we hear them.' -- David Crombie, former mayor of Toronto