In today’s National Post I sit down with James Bartleman, former Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario, to discuss his debut novel As Long As The Rivers Flow.
Last Friday I went for tea at the Windsor Arms Hotel with Joy Fielding and Roberta Rich. Basically, I let them interview one another.
Why are so many people writing crime fiction these days? For the same reason so many people rob banks: That’s where the money is. Ian Hamilton leads the highbrow House of Anansi into a world of murder, mayhem and (hopefully) big sales.
Essex County was the first book voted-off Canada Reads last week; in this week’s Culture Club, I ask our distinguished panel what that means.
In Wednesday’s National Post I talk to Emma Forrest, author of the memoir Your Voice in My Head.
It’s Valentine’s Day. To mark the occasion, I conducted a Q&A with Sheril Kirshenbaum, author of the new book The Science of Kissing.
In Saturday’s National Post I profile Angie Abdou, author of the new novel The Canterbury Trail, and The Bone Cage, one of the finalists for this year’s Canada Reads, which was won by Terry Fallis, who I interview here.