2002

  • “Party brings Tidings of Joy to those in need.” Living Light News, Christmas 2002.
  • “Wiesel deals with moral questions.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, December 1, 2002. Review of The Judges by Elie Weisel.
  • “Family at heart of sombre story.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, November 10, 2002. Review of Talon by Paulette Dubé
  • “Piecing together Pauline Johnson’s sad, haunting life.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, November 10, 2002. Interview with Charlotte Gray, author of Flint & Feather: The Life and Times of E. Pauline Johnson, Tekahionwake.
  • “Harv: Tost.” CDNow.com, November 6, 2002. CD review.
  • “A tale of Jewish mysticism.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, November 3, 2002. Review of The Book of Splendor by Frances Sherwood.
  • “Boss, the plains, the plains! Speculative fiction takes the Prairies to new heights.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2002, Number 30. Interview with Judy McCrosky and Candas Jane Dorsey, editors of Land/Space Anthology.
  • “Dog gone: Author looks at dogs in Native Canadian culture.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2002, Number 30. Interview with Bryan D. Cummins, author ofFirst Nations, First Dogs.
  • “Icky is in the eyes of the beholder: New book studies the complexity of disgust.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2002, Number 30. Interview with Robert Rawdon Wilson, author of The Hydra’s Tale: Imagining Disgust.
  • “Out of the jaws of moose: Slade’s latest is a mystery for kids.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2002, Number 30. Interview with Arthur Slade, author of Return of the Grudstone Ghosts.
  • Putumayo Presents: Afro-Portuguese Odyssey.” CDNow.com, October 21, 2002. CD Review.
  • “Ten of the Holocaust’s child survivors tell their stories.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, October 13, 2002. Review of Child Survivors of the Holocaust by Paul Valent.
  • “Refugees from Nazism left mark on their new homes.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, October 13, 2002. review of The Hitler Emigrés: The Cultural Impact on Britain of Refugees from Nazism by Daniel Snowman.
  • “Building Bridges: New album brings message of faith, hope and love.” Living Light News, September/October, 2002. Interview with Anita and Randall Paul.
  • “Walking the Walk.” Living Light News, September/October, 2002. Interview with Leslie Sansone.
  • “Lo’jo: Au Cabaret Sauvage.” CDNow.com, September 16, 2002. CD review.
  • “Behind the public persona.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, September 1, 2002. Review of Flint & Feather: The Life and Times of E. Pauline Johnson, Tekahionwake by Charlotte Gray.
  • “Love blooms in an English garden.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, August 11, 2002. Review of The Lost Garden by Helen Humphreys.
  • “So’Forest: Bikutsi Pop Songs of So’Forest.” CDNow.com, August 8, 2002. CD review.
  • “Justin Adams: Desert Road.” CDNow.com, July 9, 2002. CD review.
  • “CD Reviews: The Rough Guide to Paris Café Music (Various Artists); The Rough Guide to Afro-Peru (Various Artists); Distant Wind (Mei Han & Randy Raine-Reusch).” Penguin Eggs, Summer 2002, Number 14.
  • “Constant Craving: After years if singing harmony with the likes of The Bird Sisters, Tannis Slimmon finally flies solo on Oak Lake.” Penguin Eggs, Summer 2002, Number 14.
  • “The truth will out: Holocaust survivor tells Transnistria story.” Prairie Books Now, Summer 2002, Number 29. Interview with Joil Alpern, author of No One Awaiting Me..
  • “Books from the inside out: Activity series gets kids out of the house.” Prairie Books Now, Summer 2002, Number 29. Interview with Candace Weisner, author of Let’s Get Going.
  • “Popstars: One said, Yes, One said, No.” Living Light News, July/August, 2002.
  • “Leduc Retailers in Giving Mood.” Living Light News, July/August, 2002.
  • “Everyday life in land of violence and terror.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, July 28, 2002. Review of The Ascent of Eli Israel and Other Stories by Jon Papernick.
  • “Protesting the summit.” City Magazine, June/July 2002. Interview with a G8 Summit protestor.
  • “Story brings era of economic turmoil and racism to life.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, June 2, 2002. Review of the novel The Stubborn Season by Lauren. B. Davis.
  • “Getaways: Click here, travel there.” Living Light News, May/June, 2002. Reviews of online travel sites.
  • “Green Thumbs! Gardening the Family Way.” Living Light News, May/June, 2002.
  • “Making the grade: Ways to improve your Grade 12 marks.” New Horizons, Spring 2002.
  • “College comes knockin’: Cross Canada Tour brings schools to students.” New Horizons, Spring 2002.
  • “Kultur Shock: F.U.C.C. The INS.” CDNow.com, April 22, 2002. CD review.
  • “Powerful stories tell how war steals children’s innocence.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, April 14, 2002. Review of Shattered edited by Jennifer Armstrong.
  • “How children’s literature deals with the ultimate horror.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, April 14, 2002. Review of My Mother’s Voice: Children, Literature and the Holocaust by Adrienne Kertzer.
  • Heroes & Horses: Corridos From Arizona.” CDNow.com, April 11, 2002. CD review.
  • “Blended Lives, failed dreams.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, April 7, 2002. Review of Blur by Michelle Berry.
  • “Heaven on earth: Youth Conference set to change lives.” Living Light News, March/April 2002, Volume 7, Number 6.
  • “Both sides of the history: Exploring Native political activism in Alberta.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2002, Number 28. Interview with Laurie Meijer Drees, author of The Indian Association of Alberta: A History of Political Action.
  • “Hardly Natural: New book studies medical attitudes towards Natives.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2002, Number 28. Interview with Maureen K. Lux, author ofMedicine That Walks: Disease, Medicine, and Canadian Plains Native People, 1880-1940.
  • “Under the influence: Alberta celebrates its Originals.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2002, Number 28. Interview with Brian Brennan, author of Alberta Originals: Stories of Albertans Who Made a Difference.
  • “Takes one to know one: Novelist van Herk writes a history of Alberta’s Mavericks.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2002, Number 28. Interview with Aritha van Herk, author of Mavericks: An Incorrigible History of Alberta.
  • “A story of lives entangles: Love triangles, cultural contrasts in tale of female empowerment.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, February 24, 2002. Review of The Vine of Desire by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni.
  • “Making clients look great.” Commerce News, February 11, 2002.
  • “Study examines benefits of bingo for seniors.” Edmonton Senior, February, 2002.
  • “Accidents and after-effects: Powerful collection captures importance of trivial events.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, February 3, 2002. Review of Small Accidents by Andrew Gray.
  • “Drop-In Crentre extends God’s love.” Living Light News, January/February 2002. Written under the pen name of Eve Williams.
  • “Mordecai, Matt and then some: Collection presents glimpses of Jewish identity.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, January 27, 2002. Review of Not Quite Mainstream: Canadian Jewish Short Stories by Norman Ravvin.
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