CHRISTIE BLATCHFORD has been a high-profile Canadian journalist for over 25 years, with columns covering sports, lifestyle, current affairs, and crime. She started working for "The Globe and Mail "in 1972 while still studying at Ryerson, and has since worked for the "Toronto Star," the "Toronto Sun "and the "National Post." She returned to "The Globe and Mail "in 2002. She is a winner of the National Newspaper Award for column writing. "From the Hardcover edition."
Praise for "Fifteen Days" "Learned more about the performance of our soldiers from reading Blatchford's book than I did from being on the ground for short stays... Bravo Zulu, Christie Blatchford." -- Major-General Lewis MacKenzie (ret'd) in "The Globe and Mail" "From the Hardcover edition."