Who and What - Jan.10
On the Jan.10th edition - Stubborn Memories
Russell Wangersky talks about being a firefighter in his memoir Burning Down The House.
We play "Riverbed Two" from Rich's (aka Buck 65's) CD, Talkin' Honky Blues.
Leila Nadir brings personal insight to the effects of the Iraq conflict, in her memoir, The Orange Trees of Baghdad: In Search of My Lost Family.
And finally, The Next Chapter's fictional therapy columnist Joanne Saul drops by to suggest apt Canadian books for an ego-wounded soldier, Lt.-Col. Donald McPhee. [full list]
What Rich Terfry / Buck 65 is reading:
The Culprits by Robert Hough
Existentialism Is A Humanism by J.P. Sartre
The Ode Less Travelled: Unlocking the Poet Within by Stephen Fry
Animal Farm by George Orwell
Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood
Jo Saul's Fictional Therapy suggestions for retired men who feel ignored and patronized by younger generations:
Fifth Business by Robertson Davies
What We All Long For by Dionne Brand
Simple Recipes by Madeleine Thien
Buying On Time by Antanas Sileika
Natasha and Other Stories by David Bezmozgis