Author & Journalist
Kerry Gold is a Vancouver-based real estate journalist whose work appears in the Globe and Mail. She has written for The Walrus magazine, Variety, LA Weekly, BC Business, MSN.com, Best Health, Yahoo!, CTV News, the Toronto Star, and numerous other publications over her 20 year career. She worked for 11 years as a music critic for the Vancouver Sun, and she has co-written several books, including Michael Bublé’s bestselling memoir, Onstage, Offstage.
Kerry writes on a range of topics, including the business of real estate, social trends, food, and popular culture. She is a born and bred Vancouverite, and knows her city well. She was once referred to in a New York Times story as “the city’s unofficial night owl.”
"Kerry is a fabulous writer and reporter. Her copy is always clean, she always files on time and she generates her own story ideas. She has a wealth of contacts in the real estate industry. Her stories are filled with original reporting; she always seeks to uncover angles that competing publications miss. I consistently get reports from the people she interviews lauding her professionalism, grace and tenacity.
She is one of my best writers."
— D'Arcy McGovern, Editor, Real Estate at the Globe and Mail
"Kerry delivered great work, on time and was a joy to work with."
— Doug Young, Publishing Director at Random House
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