Friday, September 24, 2010 | Categories: Past Episodes |
Louise Penny is a New York Times best selling author. She lives in Quebec and writes in English.
Her books have been translated into a dozen languages. But until this year, they had not been translated into French.
Hear how a Governor General award winning translator made it his personal mission to change that.Listen to the interview (audio available Sunday 18:30 EST)
Louise Penny's website
"En Pleine Coeur", the translation of "Still Life" by Louise Penny, was translated by Michel Saint-Germain and is published by Flammarion Québec
"Suivez La Piste: A Detective Thriller in French in 25 Short Episodes", is the language learning series that Johanne Blais mentioned.
Learn about our special programming, Remembering the October Crisis
The music on this week's program is by Surferigno
Statistics Canada came out with a new study about angophones in the province.
Hear Bernard's interview (on Quebec's Radio Noon) with one of the authors of that study.
Read the Statistics Canada study