Hey everyone! Join us this week as we talk to Hamilton-based author Rufus Hickok. His book is The Paris Bureau: How a Brooklyn Journalist Survived Jazz Age Paris with Help from Ernest Hemingway, Ezra Pound and his Family, and that title explains it all. Very interesting stuff – enjoy!
Alexandra Morton is a scientist, author and activist living on the coast of B.C. Not On My Watch is a disturbing look at salmon fisheries and what they do to the environment (and, by extension, it’s about just how much our governments favor dollars over…I dunno, life, I guess). Angering, but in a good way? Hope you enjoy today’s show.
So, first off, some news about me for a change. My novel RIVER, DIVERTED has been scheduled for fall 2022 thanks to the good peoples (read: Aimee) at Palimpsest Press! Super excited and can’t wait to share more info as it comes.
Today we have our annual catch-up with Jennifer Gillies from the GritLit Readers & Writers’ Festival. We talk about this year’s fest, coming up April 15 – 18. Remember, it’s all digital this year, so if something appeals to you, you don’t have to be in the Hamilton area to get there 😀
So, I honestly have some information to share with y’all, but I can’t really do so quite yet. Stay tuned!
It was my great pleasure to have Krista Foss on the program this week. Krista’s a wonderful author and one of the first lovely folks I ever met on the Hamilton lit scene. Krista’s new novel Half Life is great. Hope you enjoy our conversation.