NeWest Press Audio

Author Phyllis Rudin joins us to talk about her new novel My True and Complete Adventures as a Wannabe Voyageur. Along the way, we discuss what it's like to work in a museum, literary influences, and May/December friendships.

Direct download: Phyllis_Rudin_Interview.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:42pm EST

Author Taylor Lambert joins us to talk about his latest non-fiction book Darwin's Moving. Along the way, we discussed the stratified nature of Calgary, Canadians' unwillingness to talk about class, and the differences and similarities between Alberta's two great cities.

Direct download: Taylor_Lambert_Interview.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:23pm EST

Author Karen Hofmann joins us to discuss her new novel What Is Going To Happen Next. Along the way we discuss an aspect of violence not often seen in literary fiction, as well as the way BC can shape individual liberties.

Direct download: Karen_Hofmann_Interview.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:27pm EST

Author Greg Rhyno joins us to talk about his debut novel To Me You Seem Giant. Along the way, we discuss adaptation and isolation in Thunder Bay, as well as the interaction between mixtapes and literary fiction.

Direct download: Greg_Rhyno_Interview.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:22pm EST

Author Robert Pepper-Smith joins us to talk about his new publication The Orchard Keepers, which collects his earlier novels The Wheel Keeper and House of Spells and an all new book called Sanctuary. Along the way, he talks about how closely some of his characters resemble his own experiences, as well as how writing has a lot to do with sculpting.

Direct download: Robert_Pepper_Smith_Interview.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:06pm EST

Author Sarah de Leeuw joins us to talk about her new essay collection Where it Hurts, as well as developments in Northern B.C., the difference between writing non-fiction and creative non-fiction, as well as how she gets essays published.

Direct download: Sarah_de_Leeuw_Interview.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:31pm EST

Author Jennifer Bowering Delisle talks about her new book The Bosun Chair, a work that combines poetry, newspaper clippings and interviews to try and better understand her family's connection to Newfoundland.

Direct download: Jennifer_Bowering_Delisle_interview.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:24pm EST

Author Steven Peters talks about his debut novel 59 Glass Bridges, as well as Calgary's mysterious pedway system and the influence of Dante, Calvino and Carroll on his work.

Direct download: Steven_Peters_Interview.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:37pm EST

Author Rudy Wiebe talks about his new essay collection Where the Truth Lies, as well as Edmonton's place in the Canadian literature scene, how to get better at public speaking, and what it was like to have his first novel set off a critical firestorm.

Direct download: Rudy_Wiebe.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:17pm EST

Author Jenny Ferguson talks about her flash fiction novel BORDER MARKERS, the elusive nature of this form of writing, as well as what it was like living in the bifurcated city of Lloydminster in high school.

Direct download: Jenny_Ferguson_Interview.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:52pm EST

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