Mark Steyn is an international bestselling author, a Top 41 recording artist, and a leading Canadian human rights activist.
He is the author of After America, was a Top Five bestseller in the United States and a Number One bestseller in Canada; America Alone: The End Of The World As We Know It, a New York Times bestseller in the United States and a Number One bestseller in Canada; and his most recent book, The [Un]documented Mark Steyn.
"A Marshmallow World", his Christmas single with Jessica Martin, reached Number Seven on Amazon's easy listening bestsellers, and Number 41 on their main pop chart. Their subsequent full-length Christmas album, Making Spirits Bright, reached Number Four on the jazz chart. Mark's latest CD is Goldfinger.
Steyn's human rights campaign to restore free speech to Canada led to the repeal by Parliament of the notorious "Section 13" law, a battle he recounts in his book Lights Out: Islam, Free Speech And The Twilight Of The West.
Mark is also a popular guest host of America's Number One radio show The Rush Limbaugh Program, as well as the top-rated Fox News TV show Hannity. In addition, he appears each week on The Hugh Hewitt Radio Show. In Canada, he can be heard with Toronto's Number One morning man on AM640's John Oakley Show.
Over the years, Mark's writing on politics, arts and culture has been published in almost every major newspaper around the English-speaking world, including Britain's Daily Telegraph, Canada's National Post, The Australian, The Irish Times, The Jerusalem Post, The Wall Street Journal, and many more.
Mark's other books include plus A Song For The Season, Mark Steyn's Passing Parade, Mark Steyn From Head To Toe and The Face Of The Tiger. His personal view of musical theatre, Broadway Babies Say Goodnight, was published to critical acclaim in London, and to somewhat sniffier notices in New York.
If you click here, you can find the answers to several FAQs about Mark. You can learn more about him in this interview by Simon Mann from The Age in Australia and in this appreciation by Robert Fulford in Canada's National Post. For more on his approach to the writing life, read this interview with Michele Kirsch of Britain's Channel 4, and enjoy the end result in these quotable barbs as collected by Brian McDermott in Dublin, or in John Hawkins' Best of Steyn from recent columns, or in Greg Ransom's Quotable Steyn.
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