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Cathi Bond (2007)
Cathi Bond is a Canadian writer, broadcaster, and novelist.
Bond's upcoming novel Night Town is published by Iguana Books in ePub, Kindle and print] edition. Night Town tells the story of downtown Toronto in the 1970s.
As a very young woman, the author knew the mean streets all too well, and she decided to create a fictional account of Toronto during this time. Toronto the Good was really a dangerous city full of street drugs, body rub parlours and menacing bikers. It was also the epicenter of the early heady days of Canada’s gay revolution.
She is a regular contributor to CBC Radio's Spark, and writes for The Globe and Mail and yoursource magazine. As a podcaster, she co-hosts Reel Women, a bi-weekly movie podcast with Canadian feminist and author Judy Rebick. She also co-hosts The Sniffer, a podcast about technology and trends, with Nora Young. She was the host of the podcast "Prosecast", which focused on Canadian authors and themes and was sponsored by HarperCollins Canada.
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