Robert Everett-Green is a feature writer at the Globe and Mail. He lives in Toronto.
For me, the jacket is a piece of menswear history that I can actually put on, and a link to the tragicomic tale of an underachiever with a famous name. more
A writer uncovers a family connection with a sweet English confection. more
Robert Everett-Green reviews David B.'s graphic memoir Epileptic, a recount of the long search by David B.’s parents for a cure for his older brother’s seizures. more
If Toronto were like Baghdad, thirty-nine residents would die violently every week. more
Robert Everett-Green reviews The Best of Times by Ludwig Bemelmans, author of the Madeline stories, consisting of illustrated articles that Bemelmans wrote about his travels through Europe. more
"I am I because my little dog knows me." Robert Everett-Green investigates the art of dog portraits. more
Last summer, during a visit to Vancouver, my nine-year-old son climbed the pediment of a cast-iron traffic-light standard and put his palm on the glowing hand that warns pedestrians to stay put. My mother pointed out afterwards that my photograph of the event contained its own French caption, in the word visible over his shoulder: main. more