This was where Naomi Klein got her start
|Photo: Ed Kashi|
Her bio on her own website, justifiably trumpets her publishing successes ("No Logo", "The Shock Doctrine") and celebrity (a profile in Vogue) and being a contributing editor of Harper's, a reporter for Rolling Stone and a regular columnist for The Nation and The Guardian. But not where she got her start in spending a little more than a year as editor of This Magazine in Toronto. Like many famous writers and journalists, she built her career on a foundation laid at a little Canadian magazine, the kind that's often the seedbed for later success.