Zander Sherman is a bestselling author and award-nominated journalist. His feature essays have appeared in Vanity Fair, Esquire, The Believer, and others, and been singled out by The New York Times. In 2012, Penguin Canada published his first book, The Curiosty of School, which debuted on the national bestseller list. More recently, he consulted on a CBC Fifth Estate documentary, “Murder in Cottage Country,” for which he has been nominated for a Canadian Screen Award. In 2019, he will host a season of Uncover, an investigative podcast from CBC Radio. Sherman lives north of Toronto, and co-writes music under the name Larch.

"Brutal Landscapes," Vanity Fair (link, PDF)

“Cottage Country Murder,” The Walrus, National Magazine Award nomination for investigative reporting (linkPDF)

“Murder in Cottage Country,” CBC’s The Fifth Estate (link)

“Who Are You Calling Crazy? Gary Greenberg On How We Define Mental Illness — And How It Defines Us,” The Sun (linkPDF)

“Anarchy in the U.S.A.,” The Believer (link, PDF)

“Schizophrenia Stole My Brother. This Is How I Got Him Back,” Esquire (linkAudm)

“The Latest Trend in Student Housing: Luxe, Off-campus Condos,” Maclean’s (linkPDF)

“Murder in Muskoka: How a Mysterious Crate in a Cottage Crawl Space Cracked Samantha Collins’ Murder,” Toronto Life (linkPDF)

“The Public Good Is Not Served by Funding Catholic Schools,” The Globe & Mail (link)

The Curiosity of School: Education and the Dark Side of Enlightenment, Penguin Canada, national bestseller (link)

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