2008

  • “Always a bridesmaid: Salamon’s first novel explores cycles of relationships.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2008, #48. Interview with Daria Salamon, author of The Prairie Bridesmaid.
  • “The Art of Women: Self an important part in creation.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2008, #48. Interview with Verna Reid, author of Women Between: Construction of Self in the Work of Sharon Butala, Aganetha Dyck, Mary Meigs, and Mary Pratt.
  • “Too much of a good thing? Krotz explores if activists are helping Africa.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2008, #48. Interview with Larry Krotz, author of The Uncertain Business of Doing Good: Outsiders in Africa.
  • “Kosher Supervision in Edmonton”. Heritage – Yerusha, Fall 2008, Volume 11, Number 1. The Journal of the Jewish Archives and Historical Society of Edmonton and Northern Alberta.
  • “Various Artists: Café Cubano.” Global Rhythm, Vol. XVII, #9. CD review.
  • “Helena: Fraise Vanille.” Global Rhythm, Vol. XVII, #9. CD review.
  • “Active Observer: Community Media: Not So Subversive.” Our Voice: Edmonton’s Street Newspaper, August/September/October 2008.
  • “Mountain adventure: Goyette pens an avalanche of tales.” Prairie Books NOW, Summer 2008, #47. Interview with Linda Goyette, author of Rocky Mountain Kids.
  • “Wild Goose Chase: Authors hope to open lines of communication.” Prairie Books NOW, Summer 2008, #47. Interview with Joe McLellan (author) and Rhian Brynjolson (illustrator) of Goose Girl (also by Matrine McLellan).
  • “Rats! Author examines boundaries, both literal and figurative.” Prairie Books NOW, Summer 2008, #47. Interview with Glen Dresser, author of Correction Road.
  • “Various Artists: Black Stars: Ghana’s Hiplife Generation.” Global Rhythm, Volume XVII, #7, July 2008. CD review.
  • “Active Observer: Why I Ride.” Our Voice: Edmonton’s Street Newspaper, June/July 2008.
  • “Jewish Journalists in Edmonton.” Heritage – Yerusha, Summer 2008, Volume 10, Number 3. The Journal of the Jewish Archives and Historical Society of Edmonton and Northern Alberta.
  • “Active Observer: A Living Wage.” Our Voice: Edmonton’s Street Newspaper, April/May 2008.
  • “Seeing Red: Author documents history of Aboriginal struggles.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring 2008, #46. Interview with Peter Kulchyski, author of The Red Indians: An Episodic, Informal Collection of Tales from the History of Aboriginal People’s Struggles in Canada.
  • Moving mountains: Bringing the changing landscape of the Canadian Rockies into focus.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring 2008, #46. Interview with Cliff White, co-author of The Lens of Time: A Repeat Photography of Landscape Change in the Canadian Rockies.
  • “Family Secrets: Father’s suicide leads daughter on quest.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring 2008, #46. Interview with Susan Riley, author of We Watch the Waves: Unravelling the Mystery of a Father’s Death.
  • “Grupo Los Santos: Lo Que Somos Lo Que Sea.” Global Rhythm, Volume XVII, #4/5, April/May 2008. CD review.
  • “Per Tjernberg: Inside Information.” Global Rhythm, Volume XVII, #4/5, April/May 2008. CD review.
  • “‘Being Homeless Sucks’ – Memorial Celebration for the Homeless a Tragic Necessity.” Our Voice: Edmonton’s Street Newspaper, February/March 2008.
  • “Active Observer: Marching for Peace and Principles.” Our Voice: Edmonton’s Street Newspaper, February/March 2008.
  • “Ladysmith Black Mambazo: Ilembe: Honoring Shaka Zulu” Global Rhythm, Jan/Feb 2008, Vol. XVII, #1/2. CD review.
  • “Kalman Balough Gypsy Cimbalom Band: Live in Germany.” Global Rhythm, Jan/Feb 2008, Vol. XVII, #1/2. CD review.
  • “Jewish Scouting in Edmonton.” Heritage – Yerusha, Winter 2008, Volume 10, Number 2. The Journal of the Jewish Archives and Historical Society of Edmonton and Northern Alberta.
  • “Robert Mirabel: In The Blood.” Global Rhythm, Volume XVI, #11/12, November/December 2007. CD review.
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