Brian Fawcett is a Toronto-based writer.

In the Aftermath of the World Trade Center Attack

By Brian Fawcett / 2001 September 23
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Brian Fawcett tries to sort out the motives behind two Internet petitions

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Losing Conrad Black

By Brian Fawcett / 2001 September 7
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In this week’s Column, Brian Fawcett waves goodbye to Conrad Black

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Oh Pulleeeze…

By Brian Fawcett / 2001 August 16
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Brian Fawcett has an irritable moment over the CBC’s casting of Colm Feore to play Pierre Trudeau in an upcoming television miniseries.

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The Real Issue in the Canadian Alliance Leadership Fiasco

By Brian Fawcett / 2001 August 3
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Brian Fawcett tries to figure out what the important issues are in the Canadian Alliance Leadership fiasco

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On Mordecai Richler’s Death

By Brian Fawcett / 2001 July 28
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Brian Fawcett has a look at Mordecai Richler’s eulogizers, and what they got wrong.

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UNDERSTANDING ROBERT FULFORD

By Brian Fawcett / 2001 July 20
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Robert Fulford calls David Mcfarlane a commie sympathizer, Brian Fawcett deciphers Fulford’s true intentions.

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Nepotism and Novels at the National Post

By Brian Fawcett / 2001 July 12
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Brian Fawcett has words with Danielle Crittenden’s attempt at writing a novel.

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Six Reasons to Write …

By Brian Fawcett / 2001 February 9
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Brian Fawcett thinks about where writing comes from, and where it’s headed

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The Tides are Caused by the Moon’s Gravity, Not By Ours

By Brian Fawcett / 2001 January 30
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Brian Fawcett Takes a Personal Measure of the Future of Poetry

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Two anecdotes in the face of moral hysteria over the kid in Cornwall who wrote a story about blo

By Brian Fawcett / 2001 January 20
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Fawcett reflects on Moral Hysteria in small town Ontario

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