Alan Bradley, K.D. Miller

"When I was a kid, I used to be sent in the summer to Grafton, just east of Cobourg, to stay with an aunt and they had a local undertaker. We used to play in the back alley among his coffins and empty embalming fluid bottles. I think this is probably where Flavia's fascination with death [comes from]." - Alan Bradley
From the cover of "As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust" by Alan Bradley.
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In this episode:

* Alan Bradley on As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust
* Kinnie Starr on Blue Future by Maude Barlow
* K.D. Miller on All Saints
* Jocelyne Saucier on And the Birds Rained Down, translated by Rhonda Mullins.  It's a contender in Canada Reads 2015.
* Arlene Dickenson, author of All In, answers the Proust Questionnaire

"As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust" by Alan Bradley, "All In" by Arlene Dickinson, "And the Birds Rained Down" by Jocelyne Saucier, "All Saints" by K.D. Miller, "Blue Future" by Maude Barlow