Be careful in Iran, Mr. Chrétien -- be very, very careful
CONTRIBUTED TO THE GLOBE AND MAIL
PUBLISHED MAY 25, 2004, UPDATED APRIL 20, 2018
Larry Krotz has 28 years experience of "Ideal Writing" having spent many years writing for the Globe & Mail and other leading publications. He specializes in non-fiction writing.
Larry has explored the ways our actions affect our world, through a career as a writer and a film maker.
He is a talented educator having taught non-fiction writing at the University of Winnipeg and journalism at Ryerson University.
For several years in the 1980’s, Larry was Manitoba correspondent for The Globe & Mail turning out almost a hundred columns for the Saturday edition of the newspaper. His other journalism appeared in Weekend magazine, Western Living, Quest, the United Church Observer, Canadian Geographic, Saturday Night, Equinox, and Border Crossings.
In the 1990's, Larry moved to Toronto to continue a writing career with Saturday Night, the National Post, Walrus, Harrowsmith, and the United Church Observer. In 1999 he edited Frontier College Letters to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of the college, and in 2000 published Midlifeman (McClelland & Stewart) and in 2008, The Uncertain Business of Doing Good (University of Manitoba Press).
Larry's most recent book, commissioned by the University of Manitoba Faculty of Medicine, tells the story of research and clinical work on type 2 diabetes in Indigenous children. Another book tells the story of HIV research in Africa.
Larry is widely traveled and has become well acquainted with Canada’s north and the African countries of Kenya, Zimbabwe and Angola.