The executive chef at the Four Seasons Hotel in Vancouver, and founder of Chefs for Oceans, Ned Bell talks about his upcoming appearance at EAT! Vancouver this week, and his cycle across Canada for greater awareness on sustainable food, with Joseph Planta.
The author Judy McFarlane discusses her memoir, Writing with Grace: A Journey Beyond Down Syndrome (Douglas & McIntyre, 2014), and her own work with Grace Chen, who has Down Syndrome and who wants to write a book, with Joseph Planta.
After succumbing to the throes of addiction, therapist Michael Pond recounts the spiral up to sobriety in his new memoir, written with his partner the filmmaker Maureen Palmer: The Couch of Willingness: An Alcoholic Therapist Battles the Bottle and a Broken Recovery System (Everywhere Now, 2014). They both join Joseph Planta to discuss the book and more.
The noted academic and former advisor to Stephen Harper, Tom Flanagan discusses his new book, Persona Non Grata: The Death of Free Speech in the Internet Age (Signal, 2014), and more, with Joseph Planta.
The writer and professor of literature at the University of Reading, Claire Battershill talks about her first book, the recently published short story collection, Circus (McClelland & Stewart, 2014), with Joseph Planta.
The gossip blogger and television personality Elaine Lui discusses her new book: Listen to the Squawking Chicken: When Mother Knows Best, What’s a Daughter to Do? (Random House, 2014), with Joseph Planta.