Giller Prize 2020 Special: The Chat with Gil Adamson
Next on our special Giller coverage of The Chat, we speak with Gil Adamson. She’s a finalist for her second novel, Ridgerunner.
The Chat with Moez Surani
Moez Surani’s fourth book, Are the Rivers in Your Poems Real, is out now with Book*hug Press. It’s a collection of playful, political, urgent poems …
The Chat with Jessica Westhead
Jessica Westhead’s work is well known to fans across Canada. She returns to The Chat this month to talk about latest novel, the psychological thriller …
The Chat with Michael Crummey
Michael Crummey was recently longlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize for his novel The Innocents, a haunting story of two siblings orphaned in a remote …
The Chat with Christy Ann Conlin
This week on The Chat, we’re in conversation with acclaimed East Coast writer Christy Ann Conlin. Her superb collection of short fiction, Watermark, …
The Chat with Kelly S. Thompson
Kelly S. Thompson served as a captain in the Canadian Armed Forces and writes about her experiences as a female soldier in her compelling debut memoir, …
The Chat with Derek Mascarenhas
Derek Mascarenhas' debut collection of short fiction, Coconut Dreams (Book*hug), explores the lives of Aiden and Ally Pinto and their family, and connects …
The Chat with Anthony De Sa
We continue our summer edition of The Chat in conversation with Toronto writer Anthony De Sa. His new novel, Children of the Moon, takes us back to twentieth-century …
The Chat with Nancy Jo Cullen
We celebrate Pride month in conversation with Nancy Jo Cullen, author of the fabulous debut novel The Western Alienation Merit Badge (Buckrider/Wolsak …
The Chat with Megan Gail Coles
Today we're in conversation with Megan Gail Coles, whose debut novel Small Game Hunting at the Local Coward Gun Club (Anansi) packs a powerful punch. …
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