Welcome to The Interruption, a 49th Shelf–Books on the Radio collaboration in which I interview Canadian writers about the surprising things that inform, inspire, and even interrupt their creative process.
The Interruption is generously sponsored by The UBC Creative Writing Program, celebrating 50 years of excellence in creative writing. Programs include undergraduate minor and major degrees, Masters of Fine Arts in Vancouver or by distance education from anywhere in the world! For more information visit creativewriting.ubc.ca.
Today, I chat with Matt Rader, whose most recent book is a collection of stories titled What I Want to Tell Goes Like This (Nightwood Editions). Matt has also published three books of poems: A Doctor Pedalled Her Bicycle Over The River Arno, Living Things, and Miraculous Hours. His poems, stories, and non-fiction have appeared in The Walrus, Prism International, The Fiddlehead, The Journey Prize Anthology, as well as many other publications around the world. He has also been nominated for numerous awards including the Gerald Lampert Award, the Journey Prize, and two Pushcart Prizes.
You can find him on the internets at www.mattrader.com.
The Interruption always features two podcast selections for your listening enjoyment: the first podcast features Matt speaking to me via the magic of Skype from resplendent Kelowna, BC. The second podcast features a reading by Matt from What I Want to Tell Goes Like This.
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