Like Any Other Monday by Binnie Brennan Review|Interview

Like Any Other Monday is Halifax author Binnie Brennan's first novel, and it is an impressive one. Its 200+ pages are filled with a wondrous, meticulously researched story set in a time period that has practically been forgotten: the American Vaudeville era, and is loosely based on the life of Buster Keaton. The author also agreed to be interviewed by The Miramichi Reader about the book, her influences and her other interests.

The Danila Botha Interview

Danila Botha is a rising young author who was born in South Africa, but now resides in Toronto. She recently released her first novel “Too Much on the Inside” (2015, Quattro) which was reviewed here. I called it: “….an impressive first novel from this young, energetic author”.

Her energy, love of life and reading are evident in the interview that follows.

Miramichi Reader: Danila, some of the characters in Too Much on the Inside come from South Africa, Israel and Nova Scotia, all places that you have spent time in.Continue reading

Raymond Fraser

The Raymond Fraser Interview

Raymond Fraser is a Canadian author of novels, biographies as well as poetry. In 2012 he was made a member of the Order of New Brunswick for his contributions to literature and New Brunswick’s cultural life. He has also received the Lieutenant-Governor’s Award for High Achievement in the Arts for English Language Literary Arts. His most recent novel is Seasons of Discontent (reviewed here).… Continue reading