It took a year, but I’ve finished collecting the material I wrote for Torontoist. Of that work, over 400 pieces have been republished or reassembled, while over 200 are waiting for me to review for more extensive updates and revamps before hitting the “publish” button. There’s an additional pile of stories that I’m still determining where/how they will resurface.
So, as the title of this post asks, where do we go from here?
New material will creep in, drawn from the backlog of material sitting on my computer and fresh finds. How often these will appear depends on my workload—promising a regular posting schedule is impossible. Check out my social media outposts (Twitter is your best bet, depending on how much I want to strangle the Twitterverse) for updates. These posts may be old ads and articles, stories inspired by the news cycle, ongoing series found in newspapers, photo essays, etc.
Beyond the Torontoist material still in the draft folder, there are some pieces I wrote for The Grid still awaiting a return to the spotlight.
Stay tuned—there are many more tales of Toronto tersely told in type and pictures to come.