Hear Cordelia Strube, Edward Keenan and Tamara Faith Berger interviewed on CIUT
As part of Toronto's 2012 Word On The Street festivities, CIUT 89.5 FM broadcast selected festival programming, including interviews with Coach House authors Cordelia Strube (Milosz), Edward Keenan (Some Great Idea) and Tamara Faith Berger (Maidenhead).
And if you were too busy taking in the day's events and missed the interviews or live outside the GTA, you're in luck - we've posted the full interviews online. (Thanks, CIUT!)
Here are the links:
Cordelia Strube interview
Author Cordelia Strube spoke with CIUT's Nancy Bullis about the characters in her latest novel, Milosz, and the truths they discover by grappling with life's Big Questions, as well as her experience being published by a small press.
Edward Keenan interview
Edward Keenan, journalist and author of the forthcoming book Some Great Idea: Good Neighbourhoods, Crazy Politics and the Invention of Toronto, spoke with CIUT's Mahsa Alimardani about the evolution of the City of Toronto, the role its mayors have played in its development, and where we might go from here.
Tamara Faith Berger interview
Tamara Faith Berger, author of the saucy Maidenhead spoke with CIUT's Mike McDougall about learning about story structure by being paid to write porn, the feminist writing that inspired her, and how she sees the way young women are creating their identities changing along with new technology.