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Elizabeth Renzetti - National Columnist, The Globe and Mail Elizabeth Renzetti is a national columnist with the Globe and Mail. She has been the newspaper's Arts and Books editor, and was a correspondent in the London and Los Angeles bureaus for almost a dozen years. She appears frequently on radio and television to discuss current events. In 2015, she was the Kierans-Janigan Fellow in the Southam Journalism program at Massey College, University of Toronto. Elizabeth's first novel, Based on a True Story, was published by House of Anansi Press in June 2014, and became a national bestseller. A journalist for almost 25 years, she was the Rogers Distinguished Visiting Professor at Ryerson University in Toronto in 2014. Her work has appeared in many publications, including Maclean's, Report on Business Magazine, Chatelaine and Elle Canada. Her essays have appeared in several anthologies, most recently Between Interruptions: Thirty Women Tell the Truth About Motherhood. Elizabeth Renzetti lives in Toronto with her husband, two children and a cat named Perdu who keeps getting lost.
ELIZABETH RENZETTI is a reporter and columnist in the London bureau of The Globe and Mail.
She has been editor of the Books and Arts sections of the Globe, and editor of Elm Street Magazine. Her work has been anthologized ... Continue reading →
6 May 2013: The Globe and Mail's Elizabeth Renzetti caught up with Mary Gordon to discuss this week's international Roots of Empathy Research Symposium taking place in Toronto, Thursday's event Empathy: a compelling evening of film and discussion and the overwhelming success of the program.
Journalist: Elizabeth Renzetti
Join Christie Blatchford, The Globe and Mail's provocative columnist and reporter; Doug Saunders, award-winning chief correspondent of The Globe's European Bureau; Eric Reguly, The Globe's European business correspondent; and Elizabeth Renzetti, The Globe's London arts correspondent in lively discussions.
Elizabeth Renzetti, London arts correspondent Elizabeth Renzetti's career in journalism has not yet taken her to the high seas, but so far encompassed newspapers, magazines, television, radio and books. At the Globe and Mail, Elizabeth has been the editor of the Books and Review sections, as well as a columnist and critic, and is currently a member of the Globe's European bureau. Her stories have appeared in a variety of Canadian and U.S. magazines, including Report on Business, Chatelaine, Maclean's and More, and she has contributed to best-selling anthologies of non-fiction writing. Elizabeth was born and raised in Toronto, and has lived in Los Angeles and London. Before discovering journalism, she worked as a Hansard editor at Queen's Park and also as a groom in a stable.