2019

  • “Little Bits Therapeutic Riding Association: Saddle Up – Little Bits offers big benefits for disabled riders.” T8N Magazine, Volume 6, Number 8, October/November, 2019.
  • “Creating space to discuss end-of-life decisions helps to better understand life itself.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2019/20, Number 75. Interview with Nikki Tate, author of Choosing to Live, Choosing to Die: The Complexities of Assisted Dying.
  • “Groundbreaking work from symposium grows into anthology of Indigenous performance.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2019/20, Number 75. Interview with Jesse Rae Archibald-Barber, co-editor of Performing Turtle Island: Indigenous Theatre on the World Stage.
  • “Learning about the feminist movements, and their history, through an Edmonton magazine. Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2019/20, Number 75. Interview with Tessa Jordan, author of Feminist Acts: Branching Out Magazine and the Making of Canadian Feminism.
  • “Offering a path toward honouring the treaties and empowering First Nations people.  Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2019/20, Number 75. Interview with Sheilla Jones, author of Let the People Speak: Oppression in a Time of Reconciliation.
  • “Play casts Everett Klippert as a resilient and unashamed Queer Elder.” Prairie Books NOW, Fall/Winter 2019/20, Number 75. Interview with Natalie Meisner, co-author of Legislating Love: The Everett Klippert Story.
  • “THE MYSTIC SISTERS: Strength Through Sisterhood – The Mystic Sisters address the needs of modern women through ancient practices.” T8N Magazine, Volume 6, Number 7, September, 2019.
  • “Bringing the 1911 Winnipeg Genera Strike to life through  new eyes.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring/Summer 2019, Number 74. Interview with Molly McCracken (daughter of author Melinda McCracken) and Penelope Jackson (co-author), regarding Papergirl.
  • “Family’s tale of long-term travel reveals life beyond the what-ifs.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring/Summer 2019, Number 74. Interview with Daria Salamon and Rob Krause, authors of Don’t Try This At Home: One Family’s (mis)Adventures around the World.
  • “A cover-to-cover exhibition of works that couldn’t otherwise come together.” Prairie Books NOW, Spring/Summer 2019, Number 74. Interview with Patricia Bovey, author of Don Proche: Masking and Mapping.