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.
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.
In Tuesday’s National Post I talk to photographer Steve Schapiro about The Godfather Family Album.
In today’s National Post, I talk to Jack Burman about his new book of post-mortem photography, The Dead, and chat with Edmonton’s Marc MacKenzie, who wrote the world’s most beautiful Twitter message, at least according to Stephen Fry.
In today’s National Post I explore the ways in which Toronto’s Soulpepper Theatre Company has re-embraced the art of poster design, while in Weekend Post I chat with James Reid about his event photography business, Expose Yourself.
In Saturday’s National Post I chat with Sarah Elton about her new book, City of Words, which chronicles Toronto’s history in works of literature. Also, our annual Cultural Lessons kicked off today, though this year we look back on the entire decade rather than just the year; I take look at the rise of reality television.
On Monday I spoke to Clay Enos, official still photographer for Watchmen, and also the man behind the book Watchmen Portraits. The full Q & A is over on The Ampersand.
In today’s National Post, I talk to acclaimed Toronto photographer Rafael Goldchain about his new book, I Am My Family.
In today’s National Post: a look at Living With, a new photography exhibit exploring HIV/AIDS in Rwanda.