Born and raised in Edmonton, AB, where he made his mother
proud by singing and acting in many high school musicals, Greg Hudson is now
the associate editor of Sharp, Canada’s men’s magazine. He talks to starlets and
authors, and is the one you would pitch to if you want a story in the magazine. He’s also written for Toronto Life, Elle Canada
and Canadian Business. He has a wife and an incredibly cute dog named
careers were on the horizon?
meant being a subject of media. I wanted to be the first Canadian prime
minister who got his start as a world-renowned pop star. My heroes were Pierre
Trudeau and Robbie Williams.
a completely appropriate place career-wise vis-a-vis where I was five years
ago. I am therefore content.” I will say this from a bigger apartment.
you phone something in.
him I said that.), The A.V. Club.
didn’t have to be. George Saunders and Michael Chabon were dreams that came
just too pretty to be at all enthused.
humans. Although, I probably fall short of the Golden Rule more often than I
allow myself to admit.
that they know my publication, I’m going to look for ways to help them.
person, whether it’s through hilarious email banter, or the reciprocated use of
ironic exclamation marks, it’s a win. Oh, and when people can hook me up with
books, gift ideas, or samples at the last minute for silly television
appearances? To them, I silently sing Bette Midler’s Wind Beneath My Wings.
Saunders’ new book The Tenth of December. (I named my dog after the guy. He’s
like my new Pierre Trudeau and Robbie Williams).
Shuswap Lake in British Colombia.
various dips, I think. Or, you know, a plate of wings. Pan bread and parm dip
at Earl’s is pretty great, too.