Thursday, December 4, 2008 | Categories: Episodes |
From Don Cherry to Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard here's a look at the guests, authors and books making an appearance in our Dec.6th show.
Don Cherry regales Shelagh with tales from his book Don Cherry's Hockey Stories and Stuff.
Author Lorna Jackson "yaks about books with a sporty angle" and starts it all off with a review of Lee Henderson's novel The Man Game.
Hey Rosetta singersongwriter Tim Baker talks about the influence of Margaret Atwood's novel The Handmaid's Tale on his song Epitaph
Aislinn Hunter reveals what it's like to be a writer-in -residence.
Michel Tremblay, one of this year's Canada Reads authors, chats with Shelagh about his novel The Fat Woman Next Door Is Pregnant and remarks on the depth of soul in Anton Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard.
And finally Judith Drinnan tells us what's hot in Canada's most northerly bookstore :
The Delta Is My Home by Mindy Willet
and Caribou and The North by Monte Hummet and Justina Ray.