Paula E. Kirman: freelance communications professional, digital content specialist, and social entrepreneur.
“Flavour Rules: Chef Paul Greene Reveals His Culinary Secrets.” Where Edmonton, November/December 2004.
“Cowboys and ranches and cattle, oh my! Exploring the history of the Bar U Ranch.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2004, Number 36. Interview with Simon M. Evans, author of The Bar U: Canadian Ranching History.
“Wide open spaces: The prairies – more than meets the eye.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2004, Number 36. Interview with Candace Savage, author of Prairie: A Natural History.
“Granite and stone: Saskatchewan’s future lies in its history.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2004, Number 36. Interview with Joe Ralko, author of Building Our Future: A People’s Architectural History of Saskatchewan.
“Life on the big screen: Films catalyst for self-reflection.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2004, Number 36. Interview with George Melnyk, author of My Mother is an Alien: Ten Takes on Life and Film.
“Comic relief: Jessica Grant allays your fears through fiction.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2004, Number 36. Interview with Jessica Grant, author of Making Light of Tragedy.
“Shabtai captures personal struggles in 1940s Tel Aviv.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, October 17, 2004. Review of Uncle Peretz Takes Off: Short Stories by Yaakov Shabtai.
“Abraham Shnitka: King’s Printer.” Heritage (The Jewish Archives & Historical Society of Edmonton & Northern Alberta), Fall 2004. Volume 7, Number 1.
“I Am Canadian: Country Music Week & the CCMAs honour the country’s best.” Where Edmonton, September/October 2004.
“Esther: from concubine to heroine.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, August 22, 2004. Review of The Gilded Chamber by Rebecca Kohn.
“Fight against injustice resonates in uneven story.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, August 4, 2004. Review of Look for Me by Edeet Ravel.
“Bearing her soul: The Real Winnie a mascot of human kindness.” Prairie Books Now, Summer 2004, Number 35. Interview with Val Shushkewich, author of The Real Winnie.
“Talking books: Jean Little reveals her writing secrets.” Prairie Books Now, Summer 2004, Number 35. Interview with Jean Little, author of The Birthday Girl.
“Who will remember when the survivors die?” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, July 18, 2004. Review of After Such Knowledge: Memory, History, and the Legacy of the Holocaust by Eva Hoffman.
“Service with a Style: Chef Robert Wong Puts Performance on the Menu.” Where Edmonton, July/August 2004. Profile of Chef Robert Wong.
“Holocaust stories attest to strength of human spirit.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, June 20, 2004. Review of Survivors by Chava Rosenfarb, translated from the Yiddish by Goldie Morgentaler.
“Strong debut fuses conflicting worlds with loyalty.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, June 6, 2004. Review of Up In Ontario by James Sherrett.
“Serving Up Activism: Chateau Lacombe Chef the ‘Poster Boy’ Of Regional Cuisine.” Where Edmonton, May/June 2004. Profile of Chef Jasmin Kobajica.
“When sudden death hangs over daily life.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, April 11, 2004. Review of Still Life with Bombers: Israel in the Age of Terrorism by David Horovitz.
“Food Served with Passion: Chef Patrizio Sacchetto.” Where Edmonton, March/April 2004. Profile.
“Grave Matters: Canadian epitaphs tell their stories.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2004, Number 34. Interview with Nancy Millar, author of The Final Word: The Book of Canadian Epitaphs.
“Prairie North: Finding undocumented territory in Manitoba.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2004, Number 34. Interview with Jim Mochoruk, author of Formidable Heritage: Manitoba’s Northern Resources and the Cost of Development.
“To Edmonton, with love: Centenary Book A Ten-Year Endeavour.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2004, Number 34. Article about the book Naming Edmonton: Ada to Zoie.
“Food for Life: Pradera’s Pride: Chef Ross Munro.” Where Edmonton, January/February 2004. Profile.
“Family history has universal resonance.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, January 11, 2004. Review of Shoshanna’s Story: A Mother, a Daughter, and the Shadows of History.
“Journalist’s portrayal of Church of the Nativity siege presents both sides.” Edmonton Journal, Sunday, January 4, 2004. Review of A Season in Bethlehem: Unholy War in a Sacred Place by Joshua Hammer.