Mark Mann is a freelance writer based in Montreal. He writes about science and tech for Motherboard at Vice, and covers the tech beat for Report on Business at the Globe and Mail. His longform feature journalism and other cultural reporting have appeared in The Walrus, Maisonneuve, Reader’s Digest, Torontoist, and upcomingly in Toronto Life. He reviews contemporary art and dance for Momus, an online art criticism publication, and The Dance Current. He is the chief scriptwriter for CCC, an audio art collective, and is currently collaborating with the Belgian designer Boy Vereecken on a book of short stories scheduled to be published by Sternberg Press in the winter of 2017. He won gold in the humour category at the National Magazine Awards in 2011, and has been awarded residencies at the Banff Centre (Memoire and Literary Journalism) and at Fogo Island Arts in 2015.