Hi everyone! Welcome back 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.
Today, I speak with Jennifer LoveGrove, a poet and novelist who divides her time between the bustle of Toronto and walking her dog among the wild turkeys of the Haliburton region. Her poetry collections are The Dagger Between Her Teeth and I Should Never Have Fired the Sentinel. Her most recent novel is called Watch How We Walk. All of these titles have been published by ECW Press.
You can find out more about Jennifer and her work at www.jenniferlovegrove.wordpress.com
The Interruption always features two podcast selections for your listening enjoyment: the first podcast features my interview with Jennifer. The second podcast features Jennifer reading from a series of new, unpublished poems.
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