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David Hayes is Canadian feature writer, author, editor and teacher. He has written three nonfiction books: No Easy Answers: The Trial and Conviction of Bruce Curtis (Penguin, 1986), Power and Influence: The Globe and Mail and the News Revolution (Key Porter, 1992) and The Lost Squadron (Hyperion, 1994).
Total Books: 27
He has also ghostwritten international figure skating choreographer Sandra Bezic's autobiography, The Passion to Skate: An Intimate View of Figure Skating (Turner, 1996) and acted as an editor on Race Against Time (House of Anansi Press Inc., 2005), a book by diplomat and humanitarian Stephen Lewis on the crisis in Africa. He is currently working on two ghostwriting projects, scheduled for publication in 2011.
His articles, essays and reviews have appeared in many publications, among them Saturday Night, Report on Business, The Globe and Mail, Reader's Digest,
The New York Times Magazine, TORO, The Walrus, Chatelaine, enRoute, Toronto Life (he was the magazine's media columnist in the late 1980s), and National Post Business (he served as senior writer from August 2001 until April 2003). He has won twelve National Magazine Awards (Gold, Silver and Honourable Mention) and, in 2009, an Amnesty International Media Award for a feature on refugee children abandoned at Canadian airports, published in Chatelaine.
He began teaching in the School of Journalism at Toronto's Ryerson University in the late 1980s. He was an assistant professor on faculty there from 1995 to 2002. At that time, he returned to full-time journalism and now teaches Advanced Feature Writing in Ryerson's Continuing Education division. He also gives workshops on feature writing, as well as researching, reporting and interviewing techniques.