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The Wintermen, We Lived a Life and Then Some: The Life, Death, and Life of a Mining Town

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Brit Griffin is a Canadian journalist. She is best known as the publisher of HighGrader, a magazine she cofounded with her husband, musician and politician Charlie Angus.

Griffin and Angus first met in 1981, when Angus was a member of the band L'√Čtranger. They married, cofounded a homeless shelter in downtown Toronto in 1985, and subsequently moved to Cobalt in 1990. While living in Cobalt, Griffin and Angus cofounded HighGrader in 1995; Griffin acted as the magazine's publisher, while Angus was its editor.

Griffin was also credited as a co-author with Angus of the 1996 book We Lived a Life and Then Some (ISBN 1896357067) and the 1998 musical play Wildcat. She has also been published in the Jesuit magazine Compass.

In 2014, she published her first novel, The Wintermen, with Sudbury-based Scrivener Press.


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