Susan Musgrave, the author of more than 25 books including 'What the Small Day Cannot Hold: Collected Poems 1970-1985', has won numerous prizes, including the CBC Award for Poetry and the bpNichol Poetry Chapbook Award. She has been a writer-in-residence at universities across Canada and has given readings around the world. She lives on Vancouver Island.
Patricia Robertson joins us for another edition of Off/Kilter to discuss her latest short story collection Hour of the Crab (Goose Lane Editions), and some of its dark themes that while seemingly otherworldly are deeply and unsettlingly rooted in the here and now.
"He went on at great length about the conspiracy theory he had been formulating in the last week while lying in the dark. All about how the universe was trying to kill him.
'The universe is trying to kill me.
'The universe is trying to keel everyone, Milton.'"
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Pedlar Press chats with book designer Emma Allain about her work on Su Croll's Seeing Martin (Pedlar Press)—from choosing the right cover image, to finding just the right mix of typefaces and her previous work on designing books within the Pedlar portfolio.
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