Margaret Ormsby, catalyst & mentor

As one of Canada’s first accredited female historians, Ormsby’s first desk as a professor in 1940 was in the women’s washroom at McMaster. Now she’s the namesake for The Ormsby Review. FULL STORY

Interviews

Ivan Coyote & Rumpus

The Rumpus Interview with Ivan Coyote By Marie-Helene Westgate, symptoms August 1st, 2012 INTRODUCTION Ivan Coyote was born and raised… FULL STORY

Goodbye Octopii

The first location of Octopus Books was opened in 1977 by P.R. Brown and her partner Jules Comeault. It quickly… FULL STORY

Arley McNeney

On Wednesday December 7th, generic 2010, about it novelist Arley McNeney sat down to chat with her old university friend,… FULL STORY

John Wilson

John Wilson was born in Edinburgh, sickness Scotland in 1951, of parents who had recently returned from a life in… FULL STORY

Ann Eriksson

2010 was proclaimed The Year of Biodiversity by the UN. It’s a particularly appropriate time for Ann Eriksson’s third novel,… FULL STORY

Noam Chomsky

On the wall in Noam Chomsky’s book-strewn office at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston there is a large… FULL STORY

W.O. Mitchell

This article is written by Maria Pavlik who interviewed W.O. Mitchell at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver in 1990 when he… FULL STORY

Pierre Coupey

The North Van-dals [This interview with Pierre Coupey was prepared for Moodyville, medical a 2009 issue of The Capilano Review,… FULL STORY

The Bad Trips anthology

[This article about the anthology Bad Trips edited by Keath Fraser appeared originally in Canada India Village Aid’s 20th Anniversary… FULL STORY

Betty Keller

For seven summers Betty Keller has placed her own writing career on hold to mastermind one of the most successful… FULL STORY

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