Stephen Marche (born 1976) is a Canadian writer. In 2005, he received a doctorate in early modern English drama from the University of Toronto.
He writes a monthly column for Esquire, "A Thousand Words about Our Culture". In 2011, this column was a finalist for the American Society of Magazine Editors award for columns and commentary. His articles also appear in the New York Times and The Atlantic.
Marche's novel Raymond and Hannah was published in 2005. An anthology of short stories linked by a common plot element, Shining at the Bottom of the Sea, followed in 2007.
Marche wrote an opinion piece published by The New York Times on August 14, 2015, titled "The Closing of the Canadian Mind". In this article he was critical of Stephen Harper, the Prime Minister of Canada, linking him with Rob Ford, former mayor of Toronto who was involved in a crack cocaine scandal.
Marche has a son.
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- Marche, Stephen (2015-08-14). "The Closing of the Canadian Mind". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2015-08-14.
- Marche, Stephen (June 7, 2013). "Why Fatherhood Matters". Esquire. Retrieved June 15, 2014.
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