2009

  • “Rocky Mountain High: Author’s mountaineering inspires new novel.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2009, #51. Interview with Jerry Auld, author of Kooker & Brown.
  • “Past Influences: Photography collection look at the late ’60s.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2009, #51. Interview with Gerry Kopelow, photographer of All Our Changes: Images from the Sixties Generation.
  • “Concrete Jungle: Book explores education in the inner city.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2009, #51. Interview with Diane Wishart, author of The Rose that Grew from Concrete: Teaching and Learning with Disenfranchised Youth.
  • “A Warm, Fuzzy Feeling: Jews in the Fur Business.” Heritage – Yerusha, Fall 2009, Volume 12, Number 1. The Journal of the Jewish Archives and Historical Society of Edmonton and Northern Alberta. Written with Debby Shoctor.
  • “Working to Eliminate Discrimination: The Harmony Brunch.” Phoenix Multi-Faith Society website.
  • “Small Community, Big Problems: What’s a Jewish Girl to Do?” InterfaithFamily.com website.
  • “Far from home: Novel delves into a forgotten piece of Canadian history.” Prairie Books NOW, Summer 2009, #50. Interview with Carolyn Pogue, author ofGwen.
  • “From A to Z: Author pens the ABCs of the Canadian Shield.” Prairie Books NOW, Summer 2009, #50. Interview with Myrna Guymen (author) and RoseMarie Condon (illustrator), The Canadian Shield Alphabet.
  • “Finding peace: Book goes behind the scenes of UN operations.” Prairie Books NOW, Summer 2009, #50. Interview with Ronald Poulton, author of Pale Blue Hope: Death and Life in Asian Peacekeeping.
  • “Genocide Memorial Garden Dedication: “One Step in Fostering Cooperation Among Faith Groups.” Phoenix Multi-Faith Society website.
  • “A House of Understanding and Cooperation: The Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers’ Trinity Manor.” Phoenix Multi-Faith Society website.
  • “Jews and the Scrap Metal Business.” Heritage – Yerusha, Summer 2009, Volume 11, Number 3. The Journal of the Jewish Archives and Historical Society of Edmonton and Northern Alberta.
  • “Dancing queen: Picture book brings self-esteem, identity to the forefront.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring 2009, #49. Interview with Elizabeth Denny, author of Jenneli’s Dance.
  • “The right call: Henderson analyzes the Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring 2009, #49. Interview with James (Sa’ke’j) Youngblood Henderson, author of Indigenous Diplomacy and the Rights of Peoples: Achieving UN Recognition.
  • “A woman’s place: Achievements of First Nations women highlighted.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring 2009, #49. Interview with Eric Guimond, one of the editors of Restoring the Balance: First Nations Women, Community, and Culture.
  • “Mitzvah Day.” Phoenix Multi-Faith Society website.
  • “My Lebanese Cousins.” Phoenix Multi-Faith Society website.
  • “True Harmony: Bridging cultural divides through music.” Phoenix Multi-Faith Society website.
  • “Jewish Pharmacists in Edmonton”. Heritage – Yerusha, Winter 2009, Volume 11, Number 2. The Journal of the Jewish Archives and Historical Society of Edmonton and Northern Alberta.
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