Wednesday, the great Margaret Atwood is in the red chair. She's one of Canada's most important (and most prolific) writers, and she's currently celebrating the fortieth anniversary of a book that helped define Canadian literature. It's called 'Survival,' and its vision of how Canadians write, and why, has been the subject of admiration, debate and a lot of scholarship over the years. House of Anansi Press is reissuing that book, along with a digital release of 'Speeches For Dr. Frankenstein', an illustrated version of an Atwood poem. Our panel features actor and comedian Craig Lauzon of Air Farce.