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Episode 5: Saving Our Stories

In this episode, Dr. Vicki Hallett describes her research into largely forgotten Newfoundland and Labrador poet Phebe Florence Miller, and what Miller’s obscurity reveals about systemic oppression. Discussion includes the role gender plays in historical memory, how systemic biases propagate… Read More

Episode 4: Co-writing and COVID

Must writing be a solo endeavour? In this episode, author and concert artist Tonia Evans Cianciulli talks about co-writing with her grandfather, and persisting as an artist during a global pandemic. She discusses the mechanics of co-writing, the artist’s anxiety,… Read More

Episode 3: “The Big G” – Genre Writing

Spaceships, wizards, and zombies – oh b’y! In this episode, Matthew LeDrew talks about writing and publishing genre fiction. Topics include how genre writing is defined, the distinction between “big G” and “little g” genres, the reputation of genre versus… Read More

Episode 2: The Writer in Multiple Media

A writer writes…a vlog? In this episode, writer Trudy Morgan-Cole discusses her engagement with various platforms for self-expression off the traditional page. Topics include blogging and vlogging, skirting writer’s block, balancing author branding and personal expression, art criticism within a… Read More