authors | Philip Lee

Philip Lee is the director of the School of Journalism at St. Thomas University. He is the former editor-in-chief of The Telegraph Journal and the author of Frank: The Life and Politics of Frank McKenna and Bittersweet: Confessions of a Twice-Married Man.

Lee has been recognized nationally for his writing. In 1989, his stories helped to prompt the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Mount Cashel orphanage scandal and he was part of a team of writers shortlisted for the prestigious Michener Award for public service journalism. In 1995, Lee won two Canadian Association of Journalists awards, including best investigative report of the year in Canada, for a series of stories about Atlantic salmon conservation. He later turned the series into a book, Home Pool: The Fight to Save the Atlantic Salmon (Goose Lane, 1996). Over the years, Lee has won several Atlantic Journalism Awards and been shortlisted for a National Magazine Award for column writing. 

Titles by this author:
The Next Big Thing [Paperback]
The Next Big Thing
$19.95 Paperback
Bittersweet [Paperback]
$22.95 Paperback
Frank [Hardcover]
$35.00 Hardcover
Home Pool [Paperback]
Home Pool
$24.95 Paperback
Home Pool [Hardcover]
Home Pool
$50.00 Hardcover
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