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THE INTERVIEWS: Mike Tod | Hollie Adams

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MIKE TOD

Daybreak Alberta host Chris dela Torre spoke to Calgary musicologist and folk musician, Mike Tod. He's launched a nationwide effort to fill in the gaps of Wikipedia's description of Canadian folk music -- which currently has little more than a single paragraph. Tod is currently persuing his master studies in Alberta folk music at Toronto's York University.

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HOLLIE ADAMS

Chris also spoke with Alberta writer, Hollie Adams. Her debut novel, Things You've Inherited From Your Mother, is an off-kilter comedy about a thirtysomething woman on the verge of a nervous breakdown. The book is being published this month by Edmonton's NeWest Press.

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