2011

  • “Fandemonium! Brothers cull together a highlight reel of sports history.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall 2011, Number 57. Interview with Brett Matlock and Jesse Matlock, authors of The Salt Lake Loonie and Other Stories Every Sports Fan Should Know.
  • “He writes . . . he scores! Winnipeg the “first star” in new book.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall 2011, Number 57. Interview with Richard Brignall, author of Forgotten Heroes: Winnipeg’s Hockey Heritage.
  • “The Theory Of . . .: Author seeks to make science more accessible.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall 2011, Number 57. Interview with Mary Anne Moser, editor of Science, She Loves Me.
  • “Broadcast Media: Jewish Edmontonians in Radio, Television, and Film. Part Two: Television.” Heritage – Yerusha, Fall 2011, Volume 14, Number 1. The Journal of the Jewish Archives and Historical Society of Edmonton and Northern Alberta.
  • “A Fine Mess: Author makes a splash with her glimpse into Deaf culture.” Prairie Books NOW, Summer 2011, Number 56. Interview with Alexis Domney and Alice Crawford, author and illustrator of Splish, Splat!.
  • “National treasure: Collection showcases Parks Canada.” Prairie Books NOW, Summer 2011, Number 56. Interview with Claire Elizabeth Campbell, editor of A Century of Parks Canada, 1911-2011.
  • “The Simple Things: Poet finds depth in simplicity.” Prairie Books NOW, Summer 2011, Number 56. Interview with Michael Pacey, author of The First Step.
  • “Whyte Avenue Art Walk.” Merge, July 2011, Volume 2, Issue 3.
  • “Original Joe’s Sherwood Park: Giving Back Every Step of the Way.” Merge, July 2011, Volume 2, Issue 3.
  • “Broadcast Media: Jewish Edmontonians in Radio, Television, and Film. Part One: Radio.” Heritage – Yerusha, Summer 2011, Volume 13, Number 3. The Journal of the Jewish Archives and Historical Society of Edmonton and Northern Alberta.
  • “Nextfest: Emerging Artists Take the Spotlight.” Merge, June 2011, Volume 2, Issue 2.
  • “Catalyst Theatre: Making Waves in the Theatrical World.” Merge, June 2011, Volume 2, Issue 2.
  • “Sounds of Spring.” Merge, May 2011, Volume 2, Issue 1. Profile of the Kokopelli Choir.
  • “Butt Out! Author hopes book will help people kick the habit.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring 2011, Number 55. Interview with Kevin Alderson, author of Breathe, Freedom: A Comprehensive and Hypnotic Approach to Quitting Smoking.
  • “Harvesting a living: Author investigates the collision of two economic systems.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring 2011, Number 55. Interview with Nicole Gombay, author of Making a Living: Place, Food, and Economy in an Inuit Community.
  • “Character driven: Playwright offers humour, knowledge in two plays.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring 2011, Number 55. Interview with Kenneth T. Williams, author of Bannock Republic.
  • “Connie Kennedy: A Passion for People.” Edmontonians, Spring 2011, Vol. XXII, Number 1.
  • “Jewish Artists of Edmonton.” Heritage – Yerusha, Winter 2011, Volume 13, Number 2. The Journal of the Jewish Archives and Historical Society of Edmonton and Northern Alberta.
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