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Sofi Papamarko is an award-winning writer and matchmaker  based in Toronto. She has been a columnist for Metro Canada (Relating), Sun Media Newspapers (Sex Files) and is currently a columnist at The Toronto Star (Sassbox). Her byline has appeared in The Globe & Mail, The National Post, Chatelaine, Reader’s Digest, Maisonneuve, The Huffington Post, Flare, Exclaim!, Shameless, Taddle Creek, Salon and many more newspapers, magazines and online outlets. She is hard at work on a debut collection of short stories.

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  • 33 ways to tell if you’re a grown-up -The Toronto Star
    Sofi Papamarko explains the quiet signals of adulthood. Among them: you start pickling things other than your liver 20th Century Fox Tom Hanks played a boy in a man’s body in Big in 1988. He didn’t act like a grown up. If you don’t feel like grown up here are a few ways to tell. […]

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