Just a short story in Tuesday’s paper about Sanaugavut, an exhibition of Inuit art about to open in New Delhi.
A couple of things in Saturday’s paper: the 11th installment in my continuing Ecology of Books series, as well as an interview with the poet George Murray, author of Glimpse: Selected Aphorisms.
In Friday’s National Post I sit down with novelist Kazuo Ishiguro and screenwriter Alex Garland to talk about the adaptation of Never Let Me Go.
The longlist for the 2010 Scotiabank Giller Prize was revealed on Monday. Awards season is upon us!
In Saturday’s National Post, I take a look at the upcoming literary awards season. Also: the best and worst of TIFF.
In Thursday’s National Post, I chat with director Richard Ayoade and actors Craig Roberts and Yasmin Paige about their new film, Submarine, which debuted at TIFF.
In Monday’s National Post: Mark Romanek, director of Never Let Me Go, based on the 2005 novel by Kazuo Ishihuro.
In Saturday’s National Post, I profile artist Shary Boyle, whose new exhibition, Flesh and Blood, opens at the Art Gallery of Ontario next week.
TIFF began on Thursday. This is my fifth time covering the festival. It’s an interesting week-and-a-half, to say the least. In today’s National Post, I look at the glut of literary adaptations at this year’s festival.