Gold Award, NATJA, photography, Arts/Culture. IPW Travel Writing Award, 2018, finalist, feature writing.
Gold Award, NATJA, Photography, 2018. Honourable mention, TMAC photography/travel writing awards, people category, 2018.
This story of my musical journey to Beale Street, Memphis, home of the blues, has won travel writing awards/honours from three different organizations (NATJA, TMAC, SFJ).
Honourable mention, TMAC (Travel Media Association of Canada) travel writing awards, received 2018.
In a wide Rwandan field, six-year-old Jean-Claude Munyezamu kicked a soccer ball up and down, keeping it aloft with his bare foot. The ball was made with plastic bags, one inside the other, held with twine. A dirt road led to his village at the edge of the city of Kigali, where the few cars and trucks that visited churned a trail of dust. A few boys straggled to the field’s edge, calling him, eager to play. Thirteen years later...
Mike Fisher goes birding, learns how to survive in the Mexican mangroves and escapes being a lunch for large reptiles. -- Toronto Star
It was a beautiful day in February when Charmaine Ironside, a gifted snowboarder training for the Olympics, landed hard and shattered her back — and her dreams.
Mike Fisher visits bro country in Nashville and finds women songwriters are on the rise - Toronto Star
Ooh la la, the French in Quebec's Eastern Townships know a thing or deux about indulgence, discovers Mike Fisher.