In the long-awaited tenth episode of the Canadian Fiction Podcast, Keith Maillard reads from his fifth novel, Motet, and discusses craft, character development and writer's block. Keith is the author of thirteen novels. He has won the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize and was short-listed for both the Commonwealth Literary Prize and the Governor General’s Award. His poetry … Continue reading CFP Interview – Keith Maillard
Episode 7 of Canadian Fiction Podcast features Michael V. Smith reading from his gorgeous short story "What We Wanted." Smith's novel, Cumberland (Cormorant Books, 2002), was nominated for the Amazon/Books in Canada First Novel Award. His first book of poetry,What You Can’t Have (Signature Editions, 2006), was short-listed for the ReLit Prize. In 2008, he published a hybrid book of concrete … Continue reading Canadian Fiction Podcast Episode 7
Episode 5 of Canadian Fiction Podcast features Sigal Samuel, an award-winning playwright whose fiction and personal journalism has appeared in the Walrus, This Magazine, Room Magazine and other publications. She will be reading Death Like Clockwork, which appeared in the spring 2011 issue of Descant.
The second episode of CFP is out and rocking the ears of literature lovers worldwide. The featured author, Charles Demers is a comedian and author. He has performed at the Just for Laughs Festival and as a regular guest on CBC’s The Debaters and This is That. He is also the author of the books The Prescription Errors and Vancouver Special, the … Continue reading Canadian Fiction Podcast Episode 2
After a year of work, we have finally launched our first episode of the Canadian Fiction Podcast. This special double episode features readings and interviews by Indrapramit Das and 2008 Roger's Trust Fiction Award winner Lee Henderson. Go to the page, like us on Facebook and subscribe through iTunes. There is so much more to … Continue reading Canadian Fiction Podcast