• “Know your rights, and then ask questions. Guidebook aims to empower young people to advocate for themselves. Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 18/19, Number 73. Interview with Ned Lecic and Marvin Zuker, authors of The Law is (Not) for Kids: A Legal Rights Guide for Canadian Children and Teens.
  • “Revisiting the high times of cycling history. Meet the female pioneers of early Victorian high-wheel racing.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 18/19, Number 73. Interview with M. Ann Hall, author of Muscle on Wheels: Louise Armaindo and the High-Wheel Racers of Nineteenth-Century America.
  • “Suffragette’s memoir expands with modern analysis. Inherited narrative is complemented by academic additions and colonial context.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 18/19, Number 73. Interview with Emily van der Meulen, editor of From Suffragette to Homesteader: Exploring British and Canadian Colonial Histories and Women’s Politics through Memoir.
  • “Plastic Shaman: Father and son’s attempted reconciliation no easy thing.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring/Summer 2018, Number 72. Interview with Curtis Peeteetuce, author of Popcorn Elder.
  • “Diagnosing a Disease: Increasing number of Indigenous youth developing diabetes.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring/Summer 2018, Number 72. Interview with Larry Krotz, author of Diagnosing the Legacy: The Discovery, Research, and Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes in Indigenous Youth.
  • “Hard At Work: How one union challenged preconceptions.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring/Summer 2018, Number 72. Interview with Jason Foster, author of Defying Expectations: The Case of UFCW Local 401.
  • “Safe Havens: The origins of the women’s shelter movement in Canada.”Prairie Books NOW, Winter 2017-2018, Number 71. Interview with Margo Goodhand, author of Runaway Wives and Rogue Feminists: The Origins of the Women’s Shelter Movement in Canada.
  • “Perspectives on Care: Weyburn Mental Hospital in Focus.”Prairie Books NOW, Winter 2017-2018, Number 71. Interview with Erika Dyck and Alex Deighton, authors of Managing Madness: Weyburn Mental Hospital and the Transformation of Psychiatric Care in Canada.
  • “Prairie Canvas: Photographs capture Saskatchewan Skies.”Prairie Books NOW, Winter 2017-2018, Number 71. Interview with Craig Hilts, author of Living Skies.
  • “Métis and Missionary: New book tracks Catholic influence in early Canada.” Prairie Books NOW, Winter 2017-2018, Number 71. Interview with Timothy P. Foran, author of Defining Métis: Catholic Missionaries and the Idea of Civilization in Northwestern Saskatchewan, 1845-1898.
  • “A Shark’s Life: Author sinks her teeth into her son’s shark obsession.” Prairie Books NOW, Summer/Fall 2017, Number 70. Interview with Leanne Shirtliffe, author of I Love Sharks, Too!
  • “Reconciliation Before Celebration: Impact depicts the resilience and richness of Indigenous peoples and traditions.” Prairie Books NOW, Summer/Fall 2017, Number 70. Interview with Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair, co-editor of Impact: Colonialism in Canada.
  • “No Longer Poles Apart: New collection spans years in Canada’s North.”Prairie Books NOW, Summer/Fall 2017, Number 70. Interview with Stephen Bocking and Brad Martin, editors of Ice Blink: Navigating Northern Environmental History.