In today’s National Post: I head to the Ontario Science Centre with author Pasha Malla and talk about his debut collection of short stories. Watch the video here.
Female Trekkies. Send hate mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A couple of weeks ago, about a dozen National Post reporters fanned out across the city between sunset and sunrise. Our story, Dusk Till Dawn, appears in today’s paper. Also, I go browsing for books with singer Justin Rutledge.
Who Moved My Idol? In today’s National Post I talk to archaeologists about the new Indiana Jones movie. Plus, I take a look at the relaunch of Toro magazine.
In today’s National Post: I take a look at the relationship between Gossip Girl and the web, and also preview Some Ideas on Living in London and Tokyo by Stephen Taylor and Ryue Nishizawa, a new exhibition at the Canadian Centre for Architecture that opens today.
Last month, when I was conducting interviews for my feature on Sloth, I was fortunate enough to get a hold of Junot Diaz, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao. While we spoke about the ten years it took him to write his debut novel, there was tons more material that never saw the light of day. In today’s National Post: my (almost) complete Q & A with Junot Diaz.
I spoke to Meat Loaf - yes, that Meat Loaf - last week about his new documentary, In Search of Paradise. Some of our chat appears in today’s National Post.