In today’s paper I talk to local author D.J. McIntosh about her debut novel, The Witch of Babylon. Over on The Afterword, I’ve posted a Q&A with Leanne Shapton and Jason Fulford about Another Ventriloquist, a short story collection by the late author Adam Gilders, which Shapton and Fulford recently published.
Robert Kroetsch passed away on Tuesday; I have a short article on the man and his life in the paper and on The Afterword.
Remember yesterday how I said Ransom Riggs’s novel was going to sell a lot of copies? Before I Go To Sleep, the debut novel by S.J. Watson, is probably going to sell even more.
In Tuesday’s National Post I talk to Ransom Riggs about his debut novel, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, which is going to sell a bunch of copies.
In Monday’s National Post I talk to transit nerd Mark Ovenden about his latest collection, Railway Maps of the World.
In today’s National Post there’s a brief Q&A between myself and Joel Yanofsky, author of Bad Animals.
Here’s a little something I wrote about Tony Burgess for The Walrus.
In Tuesday’s National Post I sit down with Toronto magician David Ben to talk about Natural Magick, his new stage show running as part of Luminato.
I interviewed Hisham Matar when he was in Toronto a few weeks ago, but the interview is only running now, just in time for his appearance at Luminato. I also interviewed photographer Robert Bourdeau about his new book, The Station Point.