The public urbanist Nathan Storring discusses the collection of pieces by Jane Jacobs, Vital Little Plans: The Short Works of Jane Jacobs (Random House, 2016), that he edited with Samuel Zipp, with Joseph Planta.
The acclaimed author Catherine Leroux, a 2015 Giller Prize finalist for her novel The Party Wall (Biblioasis, 2016), discusses the festival circuit in Canada, writing in French, getting translated into English, writing and more, with Joseph Planta.
The author and broadcaster Noah Richler discusses his new book The Candidate: Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail (Doubleday, 2016), a memoir about running in the 2015 federal election as a candidate for the NDP, with Joseph Planta.
The acclaimed author Kevin Patterson discusses his new novel News From the Red Desert (Random House, 2016), the war in Afghanistan, writing, and his upcoming appearances at the Vancouver Writers Fest, with Joseph Planta.
The art historian, broadcaster and a Fellow at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, Dr James Fox discusses the collection he’s edited, The Art of Jeffrey Rubinoff (Douglas & McIntyre, 2016), with Joseph Planta.
The acclaimed journalist and author George Garrett discusses The Life and Times of Lighthouse McNeil: An Adventure in the RCMP (Your Nickel’s Worth Publishing, 2016), a biography of the distinguished Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer Sterling McNeil, with Joseph Planta.