Alexandra Kitty is the author of three books, the first two Don’t Believe It!: How lies become news, and Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch’s war on journalism, were critical takes on the problems of journalism. She was the first female recipient of her alma mater’s Arch Award for career achievement. She has taught at three colleges on vastly different topics, from Metalworking to Creative Writing to Public Speaking to TV and Film, and received outstanding evaluations from her students. She had two different columns in two major daily newspapers by the time she was 23. Her articles have been published in academic journals such as Skeptic and Critical Review, trade publications such as Quill, Editor & Publisher, Current, and Presstime, and newsstand magazines from Elle Canada to Maisonneuve, including cover stories. She lives in Ontario, Canada.
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