The Next Chapterwith Shelagh Rogers
Full Episode: May 08, 2021
This week, Shelagh Rogers speaks with Asha Bromfield, Genki Ferguson and Wendy McLeod.
Asha Bromfield's YA novel Hurricane Summer is a coming-of-age story that embraces womanhood and sexuality
The author and Riverdale actor spoke with Shelagh Rogers about writing her first book.
Genki Ferguson explores feelings of young love and isolation with debut novel Satellite Love
The Calgary author, and son of acclaimed writer Will Ferguson, talks about writing his first novel.
Jo Treggiari at Block Shop Books shares the bestselling titles at her Nova Scotia bookstore
The Canadian author is also a co-owner at of the independent store in Lunenburg, N.S.
Wendy McLeod MacKnight recommends 3 favourite works of historical fiction
The author and columnist reviews The Pull of the Stars by Emma Donoghue , Conjure Women by Afia Atakora and Hamnet and Judith by Maggie O’Farrell .
Jon Hembrey of The Strumbellas loved reading Say Nothing by Patrick Radden Keefe
The actor and musician talks about the book he's reading.
Full Episode: May 01, 2021
This week, Shelagh Rogers speaks with Joshua Whitehead and Darcie Little Badger, Wayne Grady and Victor Dwyer.
Joshua Whitehead and Darcie Little Badger talk about the power of Indigenous speculative fiction
Love After The End is an anthology of speculative fiction that imagines a utopian future for Indigenous queer, two-spirit and LGBTQ people.
Wayne Grady's novel examines father-daughter relationships in his new novel The Good Father
The Ontario author spoke with Shelagh Rogers about his latest novel.
Linda Leith's memoir delves into an intriguing life and family story
The Montreal writer, translator and publisher spoke with The Next Chapter about writing The Girl from Dream City.
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If you liked Olive, Again by Elizabeth Strout, you'll love The Diamond House by Dianne Warren
The Next Chapter columnist Victor Dwyer finds a Canadian counterpart to the international prize-winning novel.
Tamara Lindeman of The Weather Station loved reading this classic memoir by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
The Canadian singer-songwriter talks about reading Flight to Arras by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
Why Nadia L. Hohn regularly turns to reading the Bible for hope and inspiration
The Ontario childen's book author talked about a book she loves to re-read.
Full Episode: April 24, 2021
In this episode Shelagh Rogers speaks with Marissa Stapley, Uzma Jalaluddin and Laurie Elizabeth Flynn.
Marissa Stapley's novel Lucky examines the art of the con
The Toronto author spoke with Shelagh Rogers about her latest novel.
Uzma Jalaluddin's novel Hana Khan Carries On is a modern day meet-cute inspired by a love of rom-coms
The Ontario author and educator spoke with Shelagh Rogers about writing a novel about food, resilience and rivals who become lovers.
Juno-nominated musician Julian Taylor is reading this self-help book about transforming traumatic legacies
The Toronto singer-songwriter is reading It Didn't Start With You by Mark Wolynn.
Laurie Elizabeth Flynn's suspense novel The Girls Are All So Nice Here is a tale of toxic friendship
The Ontario author spoke with Shelagh Rogers about writing a novel about betrayal, insecurity and revenge.
Jeffrey Colvin loves to re-read this classic 1920s novel about race, privilege and identity
The New York-based author and critic is a fan of Passing by Nella Larsen.
Full Episode: April 17, 2021
This week's episode features Louise Bernice Halfe, Anna Marie Sewell, Les Stroud and more.
Louise Bernice Halfe's latest poetry collection awâsis revels in rebellious merriment
The Cree poet spoke with Shelagh Rogers about her latest book.
Les Stroud talks about his life as Survivorman
The Canadian survival expert, filmmaker and musician takes our version of the Proust Questionnaire.
Bonnie Sherr Klein didn't see enough picture books featuring disability — so she wrote Beep Beep Bubbie
The author, filmmaker and activist spoke with Shelagh Rogers about writing a picture book.
Barry Kennedy's novel All That Monk Business is a look at Vancouver's gritty underside
All That Monk Business features a man whose wife has left him — but his past has returned to haunt him.
Anna Marie Sewell's Humane is an Indigenous crime novel that plays with magic realism and genre
The poet and author of Mi'gmaq, Anishinaabe and Polish heritage spoke with Shelagh Rogers about Humane.