ZACHARY STOCKILL is an award-winning Canadian researcher, writer, and educator.
His writing on culture, politics, and personal development has appeared in publications such as the Huffington Post, Mic, PopMatters, rabble.ca, and many others. He has appeared on HuffPost Live, the Walking The Earth Podcast, and other programs as a guest contributor. His most recent book is Everyday Joy, which has been a number one bestseller in several Amazon categories.
You can follow Zachary on twitter @zfstockill, or visit his personal website.
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