Sandra Martin leaves the Globe after 16 years
Martin, a Globe and Mail writer who covered the “dead” beat, is leaving the newspaper to write a book.
Sandra Martin, a Globe and Mail features writer who has been with the newspaper for 16 years, is leaving the newspaper to write a book.
Martin covered the “dead” beat since 2004 and is the author of Working the Dead Beat: 50 lives that changed Canada. Prior to that, she was an arts and culture writer, specializing in books for the Globe.
— Sandra Martin (@semartin71) April 30, 2014
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