Sheri Radford

Sheri was the long-time editor of Where Vancouver and Where Whistler magazines, and she has freelanced for Mental Floss, BCLiving, Vita, Bijou, The Globe and Mail, The Vancouver Sun, Applied Arts, and chickaDEE. The author of five books for children, she has also been published in three Chicken Soup for the Soul titles. Sheri is 6/7 of the way toward her goal of running half marathons on all seven continents.

Recent Posts

Sami Grover's newly published book, We’re All Climate Hypocrites Now: How Embracing Our Limitations Can...
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