Cathi Bond

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Cathi Bond
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Cathi Bond is a Canadian writer, broadcaster, and novelist.

Bond's novel Night Town was published by Iguana Books in 2013. It is a queer coming-of-age story set in a gritty 1970s Toronto.[1][2]

Bond is noted for employing both "old media" radio broadcasting and "new media" podcasting.[3][4] She is a regular contributor to CBC Radio's Spark,[5] and writes for On CBC Radio, she was a frequent film and cultural critic on Definitely Not the Opera, and sometimes appeared as a panelist on Saturday Night at the Movies beginning in 1999.[6] As a podcaster, she co-hosts Reel Women, a bi-weekly movie podcast with Canadian feminist and author Judy Rebick. She also co-hosts The Sniffer, a podcast about technology and trends, with Nora Young, since at least 2006.[5][4] She was the host of the podcast "Prosecast", a series of interviews with Canadian authors sponsored by HarperCollins Canada.[7]


  1. Hannon, Gerald (May 10, 2013). "Toronto the not so good: Cathi Bond's Night Town is a vibrant, harrowing first novel". Xtra!.
  2. Whittall, Zoe (June 7, 2013). "Debut novel a cinematic ride though 1970s Toronto". The Globe and Mail.
  3. Harvey, Kerrick (2014). "Writers and Social Media in Politics". Encyclopedia of Social Media and Politics. SAGE Publications, Inc. doi:10.4135/9781452244723.n595. ISBN 978-1-4522-4471-6.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Rynor, Becky (July 17, 2006). "Podcasters reflect on a revolution in listening; 'This is communication. Full stop. Period.'". Telegraph-Journal; Saint John, N.B.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Becky Rynor, "What you want, when you want it". Ottawa Citizen, July 9, 2006.
  6. Mira Friedlander, "Yost's passion for film stays with TVO in new host: Shelagh Rogers takes over Saturday Night at the Movies". National Post, October 23, 1999.
  7. Kohl, Jesse (2008). "How to make friends and influence readers Adventures in Web 2.0 - Vol. 2". Strategy. pp. 26–31.

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