Zander Sherman is the bestselling author of the The Curiosity of School (Penguin Canada, 2012). His long-form journalism has appeared in Vanity Fair, Esquire, The Believer, and many others. In 2017, he consulted for, and appeared in, “Murder in Cottage Country,” a highly rated documentary by CBC’s The Fifth Estate. “Cottage Country Murder”, a co-produced magazine article for The Walrus, was nominated for a National Magazine Award. A former contributor to The Globe & Mail, Sherman has been a frequent commentator in the fields of education and mental health. A television score he composed was a finalist at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival, and Sherman co-writes music under the name Larch. Sherman lives in Muskoka, Canada.
“Murder in Cottage Country,” CBC’s The Fifth Estate (link)
“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)