1995

  • “Novel portrays abusers and their victims with sensitivity.” Calgary Herald, Saturday, December 16, 1995. Review of Jade Slash Laverna by Anne Montagnes.
  • “With zip and hope: Digging under the surface of the cliche.” Fiction. Prairie Books Now, Winter 1995, Number 9. Interview with Greg Hollingshead, Governor General award winning author of The Roaring Girl.
  • A Likely Story: Writing as a biological necessity.” Non-fiction. Prairie Books Now, Winter 1995, Number 9. Interview with Robert Kroetsch.
  • “Quebec turbulence: Fire bombs, books, and love triangles.” Prairie Books Now, Summer 1995, Number 6. Interview with Ken McGoogan, author of Calypso Warrior.
  • “NXNW picks Alberta six-pack.” Pop/Rock. VUE Weekly, September 21 – September 27, 1995. Profile of local bands attending the 1996 North by Northwest conference.
  • “EPAC follows Toronto model.” Community. SEE Magazine, Number 97, September 14 – September 20, 1995. Article about the Edmonton Professional Arts Coalition.
  • “Councillors confused over marks.” Community. SEE Magazine, Number 95, August 31 – September 6, 1996. Reactions to EPAC “report cards.”
  • “Chris Isaak: Forever Blue.” SEE Magazine, Number 94, August 24 – 30, 1995. Album review.
  • “Tanya Tucker: Fire to Fire; Rick Trevino: Looking for the Light; John Berry: Standing on the Edge.” SEE Magazine, Number 90, July 27 – August 2, 1995. Album reviews.
  • “Diaries offer a peek into the souls of women: Humorous insights in an area few dare to tread.” Calgary Herald, August 5, 1995. Review of Reading Between the Lines by Betty Jane Wylie.
  • “Daryle Singletary: Daryle Singletary; George Ducas: George Ducas.” SEE Magazine, Number 89, July 13 – July 19, 1995. Album reviews.
  • “Eddie Schwartz: Tour de Schwartz; Suzy Bogguss and Chet Atkins: Simpatico; Michael English: Healing; Western Flyer: Western Flyer; Sawyer Brown:Greatest Hits 1990 – 1995.” SEE Magazine, Number 87, July 6 – July 12 1995. Album reviews.
  • “Thomas Alexander: We All Stand Alone; Doug Stone: Faith in Me, Faith in You; Shenandoah: In the Vicinity of the Heart.” SEE Magazine, Number 86, June 29 – July 5, 1995. Album reviews.
  • “Past, present clash in post Cold War life: First novelist hits a nerve with family prejudices.” Calgary Herald, July 8, 1995. Review of Oceans Apart by Colin Morton.
  • “Ursula: Happy to be Outraged; Hayden: everything i long for; Various Artists: It’s Now or Never – the Tribute to Elvis; Guy Clark: Dublin Blues.” SEE Magazine, Number 85, June 22 – June 28, 1995. Album reviews.
  • “Kiwanis gang defiantly ‘un-choir’.” Choral. SEE Magazine, Number 83, June 8 – June 14, 1995.
  • “The Procrastinators: Cervical Scute; Russ Taff: Winds of Change; Antiquo: Antiquo.” SEE Magazine, Number 83, June 8 – June 14, 1995. Album reviews.
  • “Chamber act stresses originality.” Classical. SEE Magazine, Number 82, June 1 – June 7, 1995.
  • “Ian Anderson: Divinities – Twelve Dances with God.” SEE Magazine, Number 82, June 1 – June 7, 1995. Album review.
  • “Marty Stuart: Marty Party Hit Pack; Brother Phelps: Anyway the Wind Blows; Jamie Walters: Jamie Walters.” SEE Magazine, Number 79, May 11 – May 17, 1995. Album reviews.
  • “Archer/Park: We got a Lot in Common; Mary Lynn Wren: More Than Friends.” SEE Magazine, Number 76, April 20 – April 26, 1995. Album reviews.
  • “Another White Male: Yesterday Rolled By.” SEE Magazine, Number 74, April 6 – April 12, 1995. Album review.
  • “Keith Whitley: A Tribute AlbumDumb and Dumber: Original Soundtrack.” SEE Magazine, Number 72, March 30 – April 5, 1995. Album reviews.
  • “Tineta finally ends waiting game.” Country. SEE Magazine, Number 71, March 23 – March 29, 1995.
  • “George Fox: Time of My Life; Neal McCoy: You Gotta Love That!; Thrill Squad: It’s Party Time; George Strait: Lead On; Aaron Tippin: Lookin’ Back at Myself; McCormack and Ward: McCormack and Ward.” SEE Magazine, Number 71, March 16 – March 22, 1995. Album reviews.
  • “T. O. deep brooder wants respect.” Pop/Rock. SEE Magazine, Number 68, February 23 – March 2, 1995. Interview with Hayden.
  • “Rhett Akins: A Thousand Memories; Stefan Andersson: Walk Right On; Clint Black: One Emotion.” SEE Magazine, Number 68, February 23 – March 2, 1995. Album reviews.
  • “Ye-Haw!” Books. SEE Magazine, Number 67, February 16 – February 22, 1995. Review of 100 Years of Cowboy Stories by Ted Stone.
  • “The College of Piping and Celtic Performing Arts in Canada: Ancestral Voices – Across the Sea . . .” SEE Magazine, Number 67, February 16 – February 22, 1995. Album review.
  • “White Tail Singers: Forever Dancing.” SEE Magazine, Number 66, February 9 – February 15, 1995. Album review.
  • “University of Alberta’s Musicians’ Club.” The Clubhouse, Thursday, February 9, 1995.
  • “Spoons: Collectible Spoons; John Anderson: Country ’til I Die; Willie Nelson: Healing Hands of Time.” SEE Magazine, Number 64, January 26 – February 1, 1995.
  • “Various Artists: Skynyrd Frynds; Run C&W: Row vs. Wade; Chris Duarte Group: Texas Sugar; David Lee Murphy: Out with a Bang; Terry McBride & The Ride: Terry McBride & The Ride; Mac McAnally: Knots; Lisa Brokop: Every Little Girl’s Dream; Shelley Jones: Shelly Jones: Weedfiend: Weedfiend.” SEE Magazine, Number 63, January 19 – January 25, 1995. Album reviews.
  • “Swingin’ poems.” Books. SEE Magazine, Number 62, January 12 – January 18, 1995. Preview of a “Stroll of Poets” event.
  • “Mark Chesnutt: What a Way to Live; Doug Supernaw: Deep Thoughts from a Shallow Mind; Brooks & Dunn: Waitin’ on Sundown; Patricia Conroy: You Can’t Resist.” SEE Magazine, Number 62, January 12 – January 18, 1995. Album reviews.
  • “Soul food: Vampire novel set in Banff.” Books. SEE Magazine, Number 61, January 5 – January 11, 1995. Interview with Nancy Baker, author of Blood and Chrysanthemums.
  • “Barney and Friends: Barney’s Favorites; Jimmy Page and Robert Plant: No Quarter; Billy Ray Cyrus: Storm in the Heartland.” SEE Magazine, Number 61, January 5 – January 11, 1995. Album reviews.
  • “Top ten.” SEE Magazine, Number 60, December 29 – January 4, 1995. My personal list of the top ten albums of 1994.
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