The Shelley A. Leedhal Interview

Shelley A. Leedahl is the author of thirteen books, including the short story collection Listen, Honey (DC Books), four previous poetry collections; an adult and a juvenile novel; creative nonfiction; and the illustrated children's books The Bone Talker and The Moon Watched It All. She writes for commercial markets and has worked as a radio advertising copywriter in AB and SK. She lives in Ladysmith on Vancouver Island. Go (Radiant Press) is her latest poetry collection.

Bill Arnott’s Showcase Interview: Mountain Climber and Naturalist Dr. D. L. Stephen

Hi Showcasers, or maybe I should say yodelayheehoo, as today we head for the hills! In fact the Canadian Rockies, with mountain climber and naturalist Dr. D. L. (Donna) Stephen. My introduction to Donna was when I read Edward Feuz Jr.: A Story of Enchantment, her beautiful biographical travel memoir, an account of the Rockies and years of climbing with one of the country’s preeminent alpinists.

The K. R. Wilson Interview

K.R. Wilson was born in Calgary and lives in Toronto. An Idea About My Dead Uncle, the winner of the 2018 Guernica Prize for Literary Fiction, grew out of the journey he and his wife made to China to adopt their daughter, and the research into Chinese history and culture that it inspired.

The John Foden interview

John Payton Foden is a Toronto-based writer. His novel Magenta is a harrowing journey into war-torn Sarajevo, and into the blackest reaches of the human condition. The novel follows a journalist, Silva, as she and her team make their way deep into a city under siege, in order to recover the body of Thierry, an award-winning filmmaker who has been killed there.