Alan Bradley, K.D. Miller
"When I was a kid, I used to be sent in the summer to Grafton, just east of Cobourg, to stay with an aunt and they had a local undertaker. We used to play in the back alley among his coffins and empty embalming fluid bottles. I think this is probably where Flavia's fascination with death [comes from]." - Alan Bradley
In this episode:
* Alan Bradley on As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust
* Kinnie Starr on Blue Future by Maude Barlow
* K.D. Miller on All Saints
* Jocelyne Saucier on And the Birds Rained Down, translated by Rhonda Mullins. It's a contender in Canada Reads 2015.
* Arlene Dickenson, author of All In, answers the Proust Questionnaire