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Larry Krotz,
through a career as a writer and a film maker, has explored the ways our actions affect our world. Widely traveled, he has become well acquainted with Canada’s north, including numerous First Nations communities, and the African countries of Kenya, Zimbabwe and Angola. Over the years his films, including Searching for Hawa’s Secret for the National Film Board of Canada, have won awards and been aired on Canadian and American television.

Coming Up:

I have just finished research and writing of
Diagnosing the Legacy: Indigenous Youth and Type 2 Diabetes. This book will be published by the University of Manitoba Press in the spring of 2018. Commissioned by the University of Manitoba Faculty of Medicine it relates the compelling tale of the relationship between university-based researchers and pediatric endocrinologists, and communities and families in isolated regions of northern Manitoba and Northwest Ontario where the devastating disease of diabetes is showing up in younger and younger cohorts.

Researching and writing such books is a skill and service I’m excited to make available to those in the worlds of medicine, science, academia and even business who have extraordinary stories to tell and feel an urgency to get those stories recorded. Please find me through my contact page.

Just Published:

I am pleased that two books about the histories of important Ontario schools are finished and out. The 150 year history of Trinity College School in Port Hope is called Hearts and Minds. The fifty year commemoration of Royal St. George's College in Toronto is The Best Version. Both books were produced by Vancouver's Echo Memoirs with me as the writer. To listen to me give a short reading from the TCS book, click here or copy this link to your browser: