Two Degrees of Separation

Two Degrees of Separation chronicles Johnny Fox's college years. How his burgeoning golf addiction almost derailed his academic plans at 18. How he switched courses, then towns but still couldn't shake the urge to hone his swing. And how, years later, he sought redemption at the college of Saint Mary. Two degrees is a light-hearted account of Johnny's journey from college dropout to star pupil. More

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About Johnny Fox

Johnny Fox—AKA BC Johnny—is an award-winning British-Canadian humo(u)r writer living in Canada. He's worked as a sports journalist since his early 20s, including stints at the Daily Mail, Golf Monthly, Cycling Weekly and Canadian Running. Highlights include chasing Tiger round The Open in 2001, blagging his way to Wembley multiple times and watching Kournikova at Wimbledon. He was there to see Becker and Henman, but kept getting distracted. He's also edited for the Vancouver Sun, written for BC Business and hosted his own radio show in Toronto. Johnny has a First-Class degree in Sports Science—which sounds good but obviously means diddly-squat in the real world. And he loves to run, though vehemently claims it's not "away from" anything and always "towards" something. Usually a post-race buffet. And the 'award-winning' he refers to up top is nothing to do with humour writing: They're all for playing soccer, golf and running. But if people want to assume things. Those humour gongs are imminent, though. It's simply a matter of time... and some focused bribery. Johnny lives in Victoria, British Columbia—the perfect place for his conservative pot-smoking. He's single and something of an anomaly, now being in his mid-40s and never having married. He believes this may be to do with his secret admiration for King Solomon, and would be up for trying out the 700-wives thing—at least for a month.

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