In today’s National Post I talk to Vancouver cartoonist Tom Horacek about his new book, All We Ever Do Is Talk About Wood.
If These Streets Could Talk: I recently sat down with Toronto author Maggie Helwig to talk about her new novel, Girls Fall Down.
What Keeps Estonia Rolling: In today’s National Post I review The Singing Revolution, a new documentary about Estonia’s fight for independence.
In today’s National Post, I talk to authors Fran Lebowitz, Junot Diaz, and Carl Honoré about Sloth, and chat with Jhumpa Lahiri about her new book Unaccustomed Earth. And over on The Ampersand I examine a series of new graphic novels based on the plays of Shakespeare.
Define and dandy: in today’s National Post I talk to illustrator Ray Fenwick.
Quiet portraits of an everyday life: Jeffrey Brown and Little Things.
Buble outre? Hooray! Here’s my wrap-up of Juno weekend.