About Russell Smith

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Russell Smith is one of Canada’s funniest and nastiest writers. His previous novels, including How Insensitive and Girl Crazy, are records of urban frenzy and exciting underworlds. He writes a provocative weekly column on the arts in the national Globe and Mail, and teaches in the MFA program at the University of Guelph. He hates folk music.

Bibliography

  • How Insensitive (1994)
  • Noise (1998)
  • Young Men (1999)
  • The Princess and the Whiskheads (2002)
  • Diana: A Diary in the Second Person (2003)
  • Muriella Pent (2004)
  • Men’s Style: The Thinking Man’s Guide to Dress (2005)
  • Girl Crazy (2010)
  • Blindsided: How Twenty Years of Writing About Booze, Drugs and Sex Ended in the Blink of an Eye (2013)
  • Confidence (2015)

2 thoughts on “About Russell Smith

  1. Naazia Hassan says:

    Hi Russell, I was looking for your contact email but could not find it. My sister and I have both recently had dreams about your grand mother (we knew her in south Africa), we only realised today that we were both having these dreams. I would be thankful if you could contact me at Naazia.hassan@gmail.com? Sorry for the arb message…

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