Sarah Elton on How to Marry Analysis with Old-Fashioned Storytelling
Non-fiction writer Sarah Elton on the secret to good storytelling.
From Film to Book: Vivek Shraya on What I Love about Being Queer
Vivek Shraya talks about the evolution of What I Love about Being Queer from film to self-published book.
Novelist Ali Bryan on Gender-Neutral Domestic Humour
Ali Bryan on domestic narratives and funny people.
Lydia Perovic on Writing the Contemporary Queer Novel
Lydia Perovic was tired of not being able to find contemporary lesbian novels: so she wrote one.
Podcast: Julie Rak on the Plight of the Narcissistic Memoirist
Are all memoirists narcissists at heart? Julie Rak discusses.
Shelf Exposure, Ep. 2: Kathleen Winter
Kathleen Winter invites us to take a peek at her personal library.
Wade Rowland on Nation-Building and the Communal Experience of the CBC Audience
Journalist Wade Rowland proposes radical reform to save the CBC from certain fiscal crisis.
Jowita Bydlowska on Writing Herself as the Villain in Her Memoir, Drunk Mom
Jowita Bydlowska talks about the pressures facing women to make nice when life gets ugly.
Allen Smutylo on Travel, Painting, and The Memory of Water
Allen Smutylo talks about his travels and adventures in The Memory of Water.
Shelf Exposure, Ep. 1: Andrew Faulkner
What will we find in Andrew Faulkner's personal library? Watch and see!