• “Woman’s Work: Book examines female homesteaders on the Prairies.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2016, Number 69. Interview with Sarah Carter, author of Imperial Plots: Woman, Land, and the Spadework of of British Colonialism on the Canadian Prairies.
  • “Rocky mountain high: Climbing acts as metaphor in new collection.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2016, Number 69. Interview with Gisèle Villeneuve, author of Rising Abruptly: Stories.
  • “Painting a picture: Colouring book showcases Anishinaabe culture.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2016, Number 69. Interview with Jackie Traverse, author of Sacred Feminine: An Indigenous Art Colouring Book.
  • “Leader of the Pack: Book chronicles the downfall of the Pipestone wolves.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2016, Number 69. Interview with Gunter Block (author) and John R. Marriott (photographer), The Pipestone Wolves: The Rise and Fall of a Wolf Family.
  • “Alcohol Poisoning: Author challenges reads to talk about alcohol abuse.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2016, Number 69. Interview with Harold R. Johnson, author of Firewater: How Alcohol Is Killing My People (and Yours).
  • “Participation: Author introduces kids to different sports in new series.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring/Summer 2016, Number 68. Interview with Lisa Bowes (author) and James Hearne (Illustrator) of the Lucy Tries Sports Series.
  • “Taking Action: Local initiatives have global impact.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring/Summer 2016, Number 68. Interview with Mike Gismondi, co-editor of Scaling Up: The Convergence of Social Economy and Sustainability.
  • “Of sound mind: An inside look at the Weyburn Mental Health Hospital.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring/Summer 2016, Number 68. Interview with Kay Parley, author of Inside “The Mental”: Silence, Stigma, Psychiatry, and LSD.
  • “Good Things Come In  . . . Maureen Fergus releases three picture books.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2015, Number 67. Interview with Maureen Fergus, author of And What if I Won’t?, Buddy and Earl, and Invisibill.
  • “Close encounters: Book compares frontier ranching in Canada and Australia.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2015, Number 67. Interview with Warren M. Elofson, author of So Far and Yet So Close: Frontier Cattle Ranching in Western Prairie Canada and the Northern Territory of Australia.
  • “Feeling Unsettled: Authors want Canadians to talk about colonialism.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2015, Number 67. Interview with Emma Battewell Lowman and Adam J. Barker, authors of Settler: Identity and Colonialism in 21st Century Canada.
  • “Freedom of choice? Authors examine Canada’s physician-assisted death policies.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2015, Number 67. Interview with Linda McIntosh, author of Master of my Fate.
  • “A damming look: Author examines how humans have changed the Bow River.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2015, Number 67. Interview with Kevin Van Tighem, author of Heart Waters: Sources of the Bow River.
  • “More Than Words: Authors seek to get the truth behind reconciliation.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2015, Number 67. Interview with Ken Coates, co-author of From Treaty Peoples to Treaty Nation: A Road Map for All Canadians.