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The Next Chapter for Feb. 4, 2023
Cherie Dimaline discusses her novel VenCo, Pam Hall and Jerry Evans talk about Towards an Encyclopedia of Local Knowledge and columnist Mary Berg recommends three great books.
Cherie Dimaline is back with a novel about magic, mystery and an international secret society for witches
Cherie Dimaline speaks with Shelagh Rogers about her latest novel, VenCo.
Towards an Encyclopedia of Local Knowledge showcases local ways of knowing, doing and being
Interdisciplinary artist and scholar Pam Hall and Mi'kmaq artist, curator and filmmaker Jerry Evans reflect on what it was like to collaborate and create their encyclopedia of local knowledge.
Mary Berg recommends 3 books you should read this winter
The Next Chapter columnist and celebrity chef recommends The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton, Cloud Cuckoo Land by Anthony Doerr and The Glass Hotel by Emily St. John Mandel.
Why Don Amero loves Illogical by Emmanuel Acho, a book about becoming a 'change-maker'
The Winnipeg singer-songwriter talks about why he enjoyed the self-help book by the host of the breakout series Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man.
Why Suzette Mayr loves The Red Chesterfield by Wayne Arthurson
The Giller Prize winner discusses why she loves reading The Red Chesterfield by Wayne Arthurson.
Dr. Jillian Horton examines burnout facing healthcare professionals in new book
The Winnipeg medical educator and writer spoke to Shelagh Rogers about her memoir, We Are All Perfectly Fine.
The Next Chapter for Jan. 28, 2023
Dr. Jillian Horton discusses her memoir, We Are All Perfectly Fine, John Irving takes our Proust questionnaire and Orm Mitchell talks about the 75th anniversary of Who Has Seen the Wind by W.O. Mitchell.
W.O. Mitchell's son Orm reflects on 75 years of the Canadian classic Who Has Seen the Wind
W.O. Mitchell was born in 1914 in Weyburn, Sask., and those Prairie roots are at the heart of his best-known book, Who Has Seen the Wind. An illustrated edition issue was published in fall 2022 to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the classic novel.
How working in international health inspired Paul Sunga's novel Because of Nothing At All
The author, international health consultant and medical sciences teacher discusses his most recent novel.
Marlowe Granados recommends 2 books that reflect on finding fame young and its aftermath
The Next Chapter columnist says fans of Run Towards the Danger by Sarah Polley should read Aesthetica by Allie Rowbottom.
John Irving takes the Proust Questionnaire
The iconic author (who is now a dual citizen of Canada and the U.S.) shares his favourite writers, why he lies, his greatest extravagance and more.
The Next Chapter for Jan. 21, 2023
Shelagh Rogers talks to Jody Wilson Raybould about her new book and to Nicholas Herring about his award-winning novel, Ryan B. Patrick talks to Kai Thomas and Jowita Bydlowska discusses her novel Possessed.
Jody Wilson-Raybould's new book is about taking action toward reconciliation
The writer, lawyer and former politician spoke to Shelagh Rogers about her new book, True Reconciliation.
Kai Thomas's novel In the Upper Country is a fresh take on Black Canadian history & the Underground Railroad
Kai Thomas spoke to The Next Chapter columnist and CBC Books producer Ryan B. Patrick about writing his debut novel.
Nicholas Herring tackles mortality, friendship, addiction and forgiveness in novel Some Hellish
Shelagh Rogers interviews the P.E.I lobster fisher writer about his debut novel, which won the Atwood Gibson Writers' Trust Fiction Prize.
Jowita Bydlowska mixes sexual obsession and the supernatural to tell a story of unrequited love
The author of the memoir Drunk Mom talks about her new book, the novel Possessed.
The Next Chapter for Jan. 14, 2023
This week on The Next Chapter, Jen Sookfong Lee discusses her memoir Superfan, Monica Heisey talks about her debut novel Really Good, Actually, and columnist Victor Dwyer shares a Canadian novel that's a match for American bestseller Solito by Javier Zamora.
Going through a break up? Read Monica Heisey's Really Good, Actually
Monica Heisey spoke to Shelagh Rogers about the life events that led to her hilarious debut novel, Really Good, Actually.
Jen Sookfong Lee explores the powerful impact of popular culture in memoir Superfan
The Vancouver-born writer and broadcast personality spoke with Shelagh Rogers about how pop culture shaped her connections with family, identity and grief.
If you loved Solito by Javier Zamora, you should read the Canadian novel Hotline by Dimitri Nasrallah
The Next Chapter columnist Victor Dwyer says if you liked Javier Zamora's bestselling memoir Solito, you'll love the Canadian novel Hotline by Dimitri Nasrallah.
The Next Chapter for Jan. 7, 2023
This week on The Next Chapter: Suzette Mayr on her Giller Prize winning novel The Sleeping Black Porter, Andrew Stobo Sniderman and Douglas Sanderson on The Valley of the Birdtail and columnist Shakura S'Aida recommends 2 great Canadian books.
2 neighbouring schools were given unequal funding. The difference? One was on reserve
Andrew Stobo Sniderman and Douglas Sanderson's book, Valley of the Birdtail, chronicles the trials and triumphs of two neighbouring communities in Western Manitoba.
Suzette Mayr explores Black queerness & joy in The Sleeping Car Porter — and won the Giller Prize for it
Suzette Mayr spoke to The Next Chapter columnist Ryan B. Patrick about what inspired her to write The Sleeping Car Porter.
2 great Canadian books to read if you love complex family stories
Singer, actor and The Next Chapter columnist Shakura S'Aida reveals why she thinks fans of Chelene Knight's Junie will love Moments of Glad Grace by Alison Wearing.