Podcast
Catherine Brunelle, Kevin Johns | The reality is, it's not cheap at all to hire a professional quality editor. In today's episode, we brainstorm how to afford that essential work. Also, we talk writing prizes.
Podcast
Catherine Brunelle, Kevin Johns | This week, we're talking about finding community and mentoring in writing. Listen as we share how you can connect with those who will push you in your writing.
Podcast
Catherine Brunelle, Write Along Radio, Kevin T Johns | We talk all things copy writing, including the ethics of marketing, and the difficulties of balancing business and creative writing, with Faith Watson of Pen to Zen.
Blog
Holly Adams | Writing tips, inspirations and the whys of things.
Blog
First Crocuses
Holly Adams | Lessons on creativity from a frozen woodpile and the smell of spring.
Book Review
Nathaniel G. Moore | '1996' by Sara Peters ushers in a new era of Canadian Poetry, riffing off digital and conversational elements to bring a modern and direct voice to self explanation.
Book Review
Nathaniel G. Moore | Nathaniel G. Moore reviews George Szanto's new book 'Bog Tender: Coming Home to Nature and Memory' about the creative intersection of nature and memory.
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | A writer who regularly produces the feeling of incongruity upon re-reading him, that is, the recognition of how much one writes into the text, is Haruki Murakami.
Blog
Doreen Alsen at a book signing
Holly Adams | An interview with the great Doreen Alsen
Blog
Michael Stewart | Michael Stewart discusses the difference between the asthmatic short story and its bulky cousin the novel and how to appreciate and read this nuanced genre.
Podcast
Tiffany Chong, Stark Raven Media Collective | UBC Professor Deena Rymhs talks about her upcoming book "Cell Block Country: Prison Literature in Canada." It looks at the contribution writings by prisoners have made to Canada's literary world.