Chris Tenove

Chris Tenove is a Liu Scholar and PhD student in Political Science, studying political theory and international relations. He graduated from the UBC Journalism School in 2001, and for the next seven years he worked as a freelance journalist. His writing has appeared in Canada’s national magazines and newspapers (such as Maclean’s, The Walrus, Reader’s Digest, and The Globe and Mail), and his radio documentaries run on the CBC and the Radio Netherlands World Service. His print and radio work has won awards, and he is a five-time finalist for the National Magazine Awards. Here in Vancouver, he was a founding writer for The Tyee, and a co-founder of Emily’s Monkey, which promotes literary non-fiction.