Friday May 28, 2010
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On Monday, May 31 2010, Douglas Coupland speaks with Shelagh about his biography of Marshall McLuhan. Kevin McPherson Eckhoff explains why the failure of the shorthand writing system inspired him to create Rhapsodomancy, a book of visual poetry. Wendy Braithwaite, aka Motion, recommends the word of Maya Angelou. Miguel Syjuco speaks about winning the Man Asian Prize for Fiction with his book Illustrado before it was even published. On the broadcast version (not the podcast), Shelagh gets a visit from blues singer Shakura S'aida, who recommends The Eight by Katherine Neville and What the Body Remembers by Shauna Singh Baldwin.
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