Month: December 2022

Last of the Tenth

The last of the tenth anniversary interviews is with me, Debra Martens, the founder and editor of Canadian Writers Abroad. This tongue-in-cheek interview hails back to an article I did […]


A Writer’s Christmas in Wales

A Writer’s Christmas in Wales by Katie Munnik “I can never remember whether it snowed for six days and six nights when I was twelve or whether it snowed for […]

Kelly Kaur Goes to the Moon

Does the moon count as abroad? Okay, Kelly Kaur has not been to the moon, but one of her poems will be in a time capsule on the Nova Collection […]


Hogtown: Sampson Reviews City of Pigs

André Forget, In the City of Pigs (Dundurn Press, 2022)Reviewed by Mark Sampson In his earnest, episodic debut novel, In the City of Pigs, André Forget attempts to braid the […]