Category: Radio Segments.

My Last Two Summer Book Recommendations

Well, we’ve come to the end of summer, and this means my summer book recommendations on the CBC is also coming to an end. To commemorate the occasion, I got a little picture of myself and the trusty Doug Dirks to post up here, so you get a peek at the studio I... | The Homestretch | Short fiction picks

Has anyone ever heard of YOSS? Well it stands for Year of the Short Story, and it happened a couple years ago, but I’m still trying to keep the momentum alive by highlighting how important short fiction is. Listen in for my (somewhat) convincing arguments!... | The Homestretch | More summer reads with Anne Logan

Well dear readers and listeners, you get a taste of not only my book recommendations for the week, but a glimpse into my ‘exciting’ life as well. Aside from the fact that people believe I’m now a 65-year-old spinster who talks only to her cats,... | The Homestretch | Calgary writers

I’m going to go ahead and say this was my favourite segment to date. Why? Because the wonderful Chris dela Torre made me feel so comfortable in front of that mic, and I got to talk about some of the fabulous people that I’ve had the chance to work with... | The Homestretch | Beach reads

Well I’ve got four radio appearances under my belt now. My voice¬† may sound a bit off on this last one, as one of the CBC peeps advised me that I was talking to closely to the mic (who knew?) so I’ll make sure to keep my distance next Monday (from the mic,... | The Homestretch | African women’s literature | The Homestretch | African women’s literature. Well I’ve completed my third segment on the radio, and I was feeling less sweaty than the first two times, so I’m going to take this as a good sign. I chose these two books based on the term...