lives in Toronto with his wife, two teenagers and two black dogs. He plays one of many Telecasters when he’s not writing, and plans to retire soon (ish) on 100 acres two hours east of the city. He writes mostly about food, wine, woods, music, tractors and trucks — the things that matter.
is a Toronto-based writer and editor who has won more than 25 National Magazine Awards in categories ranging from sports to fiction. He’s written books, screenplays and stage plays, including a musical called Alzheimer That Ends Heimer. Teitel is also co-inventor of the board game Therapy, which has sold almost three million copies worldwide.