Canadian Journalist Richard S. Todd

Toronto Copywriter, Canadian journalist

Since he first learned to hold a pencil, Canadian journalist Richard S. Todd has engaged thousands of people across the world with informative articles, insightful opinions, and balanced analysis.

As Content Lead at The Editor’s Desk, Richard connects some of Canada’s biggest brands with both new and regular customers with compelling digital content.

Currently, Richard writes for Chrome Magazine, a national magazine for men, as well as Neighbours of Lawrence Park South and Neighbours of Leaside & Bennington Heights, two community-based magazines distributed in some of Canada’s most affluent neighbourhoods.

Chrome

Magazine

Neighbours of

Lawrence Park South

Neighbours of Leaside

& Bennington Heights

Carol Eby

I thoroughly enjoy working with Richard on my community publication – Neighbours of Lawrence Park South. He is a brilliant writer who is able to understand the needs of his clients quickly and translate that understanding into a magnificent editorial masterpiece. He is able to write about any industry intelligently, as if he has an innate understanding of that particular field. He does his research well and has a very quick project turnaround time. I would highly recommend Richard for all of your business writing needs whether that be a marketing article, speech or just about anything that requires mastery of the written word.

Carol EbyPublisherBest Version Media

Selected fiction written by Richard S. Todd

The murder of a young First Nations man brings tensions between two adjacent communities to a nearly unbearable limit as one detective battles corruption and politics to catch the killer.

The chilling story of a young man who had it all, until his father’s death brings his small town’s seedy side boiling out of the shadows. And everything those shadows touch, they cling to. Forever.

“Clive”: The short story of one man’s struggle with depression, and the terrifyingly unorthodox solution he finds to seek treatment.

Have a story idea? Contact Canadian journalist Richard S. Todd!