Radio West | Feb 8, 2013 | 7:21

Canada Reads: Past and Present

The great Canada Reads debates kick off next week. To get us ready, Rebecca spoke with current contender Richard Wagamese and past contender Angie Abdou. We find out how an author stomachs a week-long debate like Canada Reads.

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