2001

  • “Winter Wonderland Escapes.” Living Light News, Christmas 2001. Written under the pen name of Eve Williams.
  • “An Army of . . . Love.” Living Light News, Christmas 2001. Written under the pen name of Eve Williams.
  • “David Wilkie & Cowboy Celtic: Drover Road.” CDNow.com, December 18, 2001. CD review.
  • “Vietnam revisited – from a woman’s point of view.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, December 16, 2001. Review of For Rouenna by Sigrid Nunez.
  • “Telus’ future in data, Internet and wireless products.” Commerce News, December 2001.
  • “Cautious low tech business approach a winner in high tech dot.com world.” Commerce News, December 2001.
  • “Retirement residences grow in popularity, keep seniors feeling young: Young at Heart!” Living Light News, November/December 2001. Written under the pen name of Eve Williams.
  • “Little lamb, who made thee? Scientific breakthroughs viewed through the lens of faith.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2001, Number 27. Interview with Denyse O’Leary, author of Faith @ Science.
  • “From crude to sublime: Pregnancy as metaphor for oil industry.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2001, Number 27. Interview with Barb Howard, author of Whipstock.
  • “Say goodbye to skinny-Minnie: Soon we’ll all be Turning Samoan.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2001, Number 27. Interview with Dennis Chute.
  • “From blasphemy to infamy: Sawai releases story collection.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2001, Number 27. Interview with Gloria Sawai, author of A Song For Nettie Johnson.
  • “Thistle hurt me more than it hurts you! Learning to love your weeds.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2001, Number 27. Written with Jeff Eyamie. Interview with Clint Evans, author of The War on Weeds in the Prairie West.
  • “Mennonite migration: Birdsell sees the world in a novel.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2001, Number 27. Interview with Sandra Birdsell, author of The Russländer.
  • “Mouse maestros get snapped: Photographer points and clicks at Canadian authors.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2001, Number 27. Written with Jeff Eyamie. Interview with Don Denton, author of The First Chapter: The Canadian Writers Photography Project.
  • “Happy Scrappers! Scrapbook craze grabs Canadians of all ages.” Living Light News, September, October 2001. Written under the pen name of Eve Williams.
  • “Celebrating faith: Author compares Aboriginal and Christian spirituality.” Prairie Books Now, Summer 2001, Number 26. Interview with John W. Friesen, author of Aboriginal Spirituality and Biblical Theology: Closer Than You Think.
  • “And justice for all: Judge recommends new system for Aboriginal people.” Prairie Books Now, Summer 2001, Number 26. Interview with Hom. A. C. Hamilton, Q. C., LL.D., author of A Feather Not A Gavel: Working Towards Aboriginal Justice.
  • “Say it out loud: CDs reveal the music of poetry. Prairie Books Now, Summer 2001, Number 26. Interview with Clive Holden, author/composer of Trains of Winnipeg.
  • “Book lovers exposed: Icefields author explores 18th century passions in Salamander.” Prairie Books Now, Summer 2001, Number 26. Interview with Thomas Wharton.
  • “Hope on the highway.” Living Light News, May/June 2001. Article about Transport for Christ, a ministry for truck dirvers. Written under the pen name of Eve Williams, with Rob McKinney.
  • “Alberta author grows with readers.” Living Light News, March/April 2001. Profile of author Sigmund Brouwer. Written under the pen name of Eve Williams.
  • “Youth Conference Transforms Lives.” Living Light News, March/April 2001. Written under the pen name of Eve Williams.
  • “Silence is not golden: Saskatchewan’s Séan Virgo writes stories for people who are dying.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2001, Number 25.
  • “Just another serial killer: Just Another Indian exposes Canadian media’s latent racism.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2001, Number 25.
  • “When evil befalls children: Beatrice Culleton Mosionier tells a tough story.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2001, Number 25.
  • “The tough guy gets it: Poetic tribute to Cagney examines obsession.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2001, Number 25. Interview with Kimmy Beach, author ofNice Day for Murder: Poems for Jimmy Cagney.
  • “Rawhide.” The Beaver: Canada’s History Magazine, April/May 2001, Volume 81, Number 2. Review of the book Cowboys, Gentlemen, and Cattle Thieves by Warren M. Elofson.
  • “Going to the chapel: Marketplace Chapel reaches out to teens.” Living Light News, January/February 2001. Centerspread feature. Written under the pen name of Eve Williams.
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