The candidate is a lot like the comic actor in that we think we know them both because they’ve been around so long. But he’s honed his public act, and she needs to do likewise.
Marni Jackson has won numerous National Magazine Awards for her journalism, humor, and social commentary. Her non-fiction books have challenged popular thinking on subjects as diverse as the culture of motherhood and the treatment of pain. She has published in Rolling Stone, London Sunday Times, and every major Canadian magazine. Don’t I Know You?, published last month, is her first work of fiction.