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In Jon Chan Simpson's first novel, Chinese rap gangs spin-kick their way through the underworld of Red Deer, Alberta.
In her own words, Elizabeth Abbott talks about her book's fraught beginning and how her five pets inspire her writing.
Writer and musician Eric Siblin on writing a book and recording an album the same year.
The author spills the beans on her dog-induced writing day, her literary childhood and the joy of untangling the knot this is fiction.
They say, if you're going to write a page-turner, never start with the weather. Turns out John Farrow doesn't respond well to "never."
The forensic investigator on how she wrote her latest true historical mystery... and cracked a 170-year-old unsolved murder.
The crime writer on the 4,875 pages she has written, and the one reader who broke her heart.
In his own words, Guy Vanderhaeghe talks about writing his first short story collection in 23 years.