Category Archives: Interviews
We just stumbled upon this terrific video on Twitter, courtesy of the IDRC. This is a terrific discussion with Carl E. James and Andrea Davis about their latest edited collection Jamaica in the Canadian Experience. Plus, the two professors are … Continue reading
Check out this great video of Michael James Isaac talking about his inspiration for the children’s book How the Cougar Came to be Called the Ghost Cat and watch him read to a bunch of little kids. Just like the … Continue reading
Rebecca Haskell and Brian Burtch have seen a flurry of media response since the release of their book, Get That Freak. Anyone who thinks that homophobia, bullying and suicide in our high schools are issues that just “came out of … Continue reading
How’s that for an attention grabbing headline? Don’t feel too tricked. John Sorenson was interviewed by The Vegan Police, a pretty cool blog/radio show/organization. Click here to read the interview.
Rebecca Haskell and Brian Burtch, authors of Get That Freak: Homophobia and Transphobia in High Schools, have done a slew of TV and radio appearances this past week. With homophobia, transphobia, the violence of bullying and the tragic suicides that … Continue reading
During his visit to Winnipeg, Gord Hill was extremely busy. He spoke his book launch for 500 Years of Indigenous Resistance, gave talks at the University of Manitoba and the Institute for Urban and Inner City Studies, and gave a … Continue reading
Two of our authors are interviewed on Canadian Dimension‘s Alert! radio program. John Warnock discusses the how’s and why’s of the Canadian/American role in the Afghanistan War, and Elizabeth Comack talks about racialized policing in Winnipeg. Check it out here.
MediaINDEGINA just posted their recent interview with David Hugill, who talk about his book, Missing Women, Missing News. The interview was conducted after Hugill’s talk at the University of Manitoba. Listen here. Also, keep your ears peeled for more audio … Continue reading
Chris Benjamin is the author of Drive-by Saviours, the forthcoming novel from our fiction imprint, Roseway Publishing. We spoke to Chris about his craft, his inspiration and incorporating social justice issues into works of fiction. What first attracted you to … Continue reading