2000

  • One Silent Night by Various Artists.” Living Light News, Christmas 2000. CD review. Written under the pen name of Eve Williams.
  • “ripening the fruit of passion.” The Reader’s Showcase, December 2000, Number 2. Interview with Sara Rosenthal, author of Women and Passion.
  • “Last Writes: The Prolific Grant MacEwan.” Write magazine, Volume 1, Number 3, Fall 2000.
  • “music notes.” The Reader’s Showcase, October 2000, Number 1. Profile of the Canadian music scene.
  • “the ingenuity gap.” The Reader’s Showcase, October 2000, Number 1. Interview with Thomas Homer-Dixon, author of The Ingenuity Gap.
  • The Beatles, The Bible and Bodega Bay by Ken Mansfield.” Living Light News, September/October 2000. Book review. Written under the pen name of Eve Williams.
  • “Various Artists: City on a Hill – Songs of Worship and Praise.” Living Light News, September/October 2000. CD review. Written under the pen name of Eve Williams.
  • “Angels reach out to seekers at Klondike Days.” Living Light News, September/October 2000. Written under the pen name of Eve Williams.
  • Journalism arrives as literature: To Arrive Where You Are collects great essays. Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2000, Number 23. Interview with Kim Echlin, editor of To Arrive Where You Are.
  • “Journalist unleashed his own Bad Press: Mystery novel set in the world of newspapers. Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2000, Number 23. Interview with Rob Hadley, author of Bad Press.
  • “Anatomy of a political scandal: Saskatchewan still shocked.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2000, Number 23. Interview with Gerry Jones, author of SaskScandal: The Death of Political Idealism in Saskatchewan.
  • “How the West has Won: Sproxton collects Great Stories from the PrairiesPrairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2000, Number 24. Interview with Birk Sproxton, editor of Great Stories from the Prairies.
  • The Indwelling by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins.” Living Light News, July/August 2001. Book review. Written under the pen name of Eve Williams.
  • “Various Artists: Roaring Lambs.” Living Light News, July/August 2001. CD review. Written under the pen name of Eve Williams.
  • “Reviews: Hammer & Tongs: A Smoking Lung Anthology edited by Brad Cran.” Write magazine, Volume 1, Number 2, Summer 2000. Book review.
  • “Single Jewish Female: Dating within the faith.” Conversely, July 1, 2000. Personal essay.
  • “Message in a birchbark: Original fur trader’s diary reproduced in The Yellowknife JournalPrairie Books Now, Summer 2000, Number 23. Interview with Harry Duckworth, writer of the introduction to The Yellowknife Journal by Jean Steinbruck.
  • “Money for Nothing: Dennis Foon looks at teen gambling.” Prairie Books Now, Summer 2000, Number 23. Interview with playwrite Dennis Foon, author ofChasing the Money.
  • “A Morski in Rio: Winnipeg author looks at the Ukrainian community in Brazil.” Prairie Books Now, Summer 2000, Number 23. Interview with Jeffrey Picknicki Morski, author of Under the Southern Cross: A Collection of Accounts and Reminisces About the Ukrainian Immigration in Brazil, 1891-1914.
  • “Jon Dee Graham: Summerland.” Music Matters Review, Issue 13, 2000. CD review.
  • “Riley Armstrong sports a humble ‘tude.” Living Light News, March/April 2000. Written under the pen name of Eve Williams.
  • “Writing Life.” The Readers Showcase, March/April 2000, Volume 8, Number 2. Reviews of The Rock Says by Dwayne Johnson, Noes from the Hyena’s Bellyby Nega Mezlekia, and Dressing Up for the Carnival by Carol Shields.
  • “Catherine Bush defines The Rules of EngagementThe Readers Showcase, March/April 2000, Volume 8, Number 2.
  • “Fear of a watery grave: Red River flood inspries Bowden’s latest suspense novel.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2000, Number 22. Interview with Susan Bowden, author of Forget Me Not.
  • Cowboys and Indians no fiction: Racism in police force exposed.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2000, Number 22. Interview with Gordon Sinclair Jr.
  • “Rebel with a poem: New biography for kids looks at Pauline Johnson.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2000, Number 22. Interview with Betty Keller, author ofPauline Johnson: First Aboriginal Voice of Canada.
  • “The trickster returns: Ruby Slipperjack brings Weesquachak into the modern world.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2000, Number 22
  • “Meet Rita Bouvier: First book sends poet into the Blueberry Clouds.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2000, Number 22.
  • “Moving Towards the Future.” The Readers Showcase, January/February 2000, Volume 8, Number 1. Reviews of 2020: New Rules for the New Age by Garth Turner, and Powering the Future: The Ballard Fuel Cell and the Race to Change the World by Tom Koppel.