Episode #17 Valerie Senyk

An interview with Valerie Senyk by Kim Davids Mandar “Dost thou reckon thyself only a puny form when within thee the universe is folded?” quotes Senyk. She goes on to reflect “and I feel as we age, the universe that we are grows larger, or should grow larger as we encompass more and more experience…

Episode #16 Waubgeshig Rice — Eden Mills Writers’ Festival Podcast

Waubgeshig Rice is an author and a journalist who recently became the host of UpNorth CBC. His newest novel, Moon of the Crusted Snow, a post-apocalyptic thriller set in a remote Northern Ontario First Nation, will be released in October of 2018 with ECW Press.   Rice’s other books include Legacy (2014) as well as short…

Episode #15 The Etch Anthology & a song

The Etch Anthology and A Song by Kim Davids Mandar Three students in Anastasia MacEwan’s creative writing class at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic High School were selected as finalists in Vocamus Press’ Etch Anthology Teen Writing Contest. I was grateful to have an opportunity to listen to their thoughts about creative work and record…

Episode #14 Julia Burke on Creativity

Julia Burke on Creativity; Mark Harvey reading An Aardvark Poem. by Kim Davids Mandar While visiting Guelph, Julia Burke visited us at CFRU studios to share her work and some thoughts about creative process. Julia is an educator, musician, poet and spoken word artist. Tonight from 7-9 p.m. at Capitol Centre on Main St. in…

Episode #13 Carol Rose Daniels – Eden Mills Writers’ Festival Podcast

Carol Rose Daniels discusses her poetry practice and her debut collection, Hiraeth, for the Eden Mills Writers’ Festival podcast. You can read the interview here. Carol will be reading at the Eden Mills Writers’ Festival on Sunday, September 9, 2018. Carol Rose Daniels is the author of novel Bearskin Diary (Nightwood Editions, 2015), which was awarded the Aboriginal Literature…