I moved to the other side of the mic for a visit to Sunday night's The Storytelling Show to talk about Tales Untold, an exhibition of art and writing that I took part in at The Reach Gallery and Museum in Abbotsford which is running now until September 2. The show features clips of artist … Continue reading The Storytelling Show – Tales Untold
The eviction notice came in the middle of a long winter, on one of those afternoons when M just couldn’t warm up, no matter how many sweaters and blankets she piled on her shoulders.
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 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.
They've finally done it! My first ever publication of a short story is available on Joyland Vancouver. From the Joyland website: "In an article on the state of literary magazines, Quill and Quire proclaimed, 'A savvy, sleek publication, devoted entirely to new short fiction. Based in Toronto, Joyland boasts editors in several major North American cities and … Continue reading Short story published by Joyland