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Michael Posner

Michael Posner
Reporter

Based in Toronto, Michael Posner has been with the Globe and Mail since 1997, writing for arts, news and features.

Before that, he worked for Maclean's Magazine and the Financial Times of Canada, and has freelanced for Toronto Llfe, Chatelaine, Walrus, and Queen's Quarterly magazines. He's the author of several plays and five books,most recently the autobiography of Anne Murray, All of Me, published in 2009

Latest articles
New book makes controversial claims about Jesus
Alamy
Neuroscientist Daniel Levitin promotes daydream mode for the brain
In our love affair with machines, will they break our hearts?
From bedridden to Ironman: one man's journey with spinal arthritis
FOR THE GLOBE AND MAIL
INTERVIEW
Dick Cheney’s amazing change of heart
Former vice-president Dick Cheney, 71, had a heart transplant March 24, 2012, after five heart attacks over the past 25 years.
Comedy
The naughty side of the Muppets
For The Globe and Mail
How Michael Posner suffered heart disease and escaped with his life
The Globe and Mail
How a ‘gentle’ American is shaking up Israel
For The Globe and Mail
Brian Dennehy on Waiting for Godot: ‘an extremely agile knife-job on life’
Luminato Notebook: The Daisy Theatre is political satire, with strings attached
Luminato Notebook: What happens when titans of opera and dance collide?
for The Globe and Mail
Luminato Diary: Achieving pointlessness in a tent at the park
The Globe and Mail
Luminato highlights: You haven’t seen magic tricks till you’ve seen Steve Cohen
Clay McBride
Luminato highlights: World-music fans entranced at the Hub, performance-art lovers abuzz at St. Lawrence Centre
‘Just an aging man playing with dolls’
The Globe and Mail
Much Ado About Nothing: Shakespeare by the last director you’d ever expect – Joss Whedon
AP/Roadside Attractions
Film Review
Erased is a clichéd melange of plot lines lifted from past thrillers
Alice Walker on motherhood and estrangement from her only child
AP
Film Review
The David Steinberg story only tells one side
Mira Nair’s new film reveals another side of the fundamentalist divide
The Globe and Mail