To Boldly Poem: An Interview with Jenna Lyn Albert

 •  September 20

Fearless, precise and bold, Bec & Call is the debut collection from Acadian poet Jenna Lyn Albert. Rife with colloquialisms, irony and a healthy dose...

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A Gift to Myself: Rob Taylor interviews Mallory Tater

 •  March 27

Loss is Loss I used to tell Margaret I hated her because she was pretty. That kind of hate makes people listen. We wrote poetry on ailing computers...

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An Imbalanced World: Nathaniel G. Moore Interviews Cornelia Hoogland

 •  November 10

British Columbia poet Cornelia Hoogland is the author of seven books, including Woods Wolf Girl (Wolsak and Wynn, 2011) which was a finalist for...

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Cops in Matching Pajamas: Nathaniel G. Moore in Conversation with Sam Shelstad

 •  September 22

Sam Shelstad’s Cop House drops into the world this fall from Nightwood Editions, and in this exclusive interview, we get some behind-the-scenes...

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Nathaniel G. Moore Interviews Jennifer Zilm

 •  August 9

Vancouver-based Jennifer Zilm received a B.A. and an M.A. in Religious Studies from the University of British Columbia and was a doctoral fellow at...

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Lonesome Highway: An Interview with Lily Gontard and photographer Mark Kelly, authors of BEYOND MILE ZERO: THE VANISHING ALASKA HIGHWAY LODGE COMMUNITY

 •  June 9

The Alaska Highway was constructed from Dawson Creek, BC, to Delta Junction, AK, in 1942 as part of the allied war effort against a threat from...

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Rivers are Creatures, Too: An Interview with Randy Lundy

 •  June 2

Randy Lundy is a member of the Barren Lands (Cree) First Nation. Born in northern Manitoba, he has lived most of his life in Saskatchewan. He has...

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Appearing in Two Places at Once: EVENT Interviews Armand Garnet Ruffo

 •  October 9

Armand Garnet Ruffo draws on his Ojibway heritage for his writing. His creative biography Norval Morrisseau: Man Changing into Thunderbird appeared...

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Poetry, Passion, People and a Plan: EVENT Interviews George Elliott Clarke

 •  April 7

  George Elliott Clarke is a seventh-generation Canadian of African-American and Mi’kmaq Amerindian heritage. Born in Windsor, Nova Scotia in...

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I Read as Scatteredly as I Write: An Interview with Stuart Ross

 •  December 17

Stuart Ross published his first literary pamphlet on the photocopier in his dad’s office one night in 1979. Through the 1980s, he stood on...

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