Episode 3 – January 2020
We join award-winning Canadian author Candas Jane Dorsey in Calgary, Alberta, where she talks about her stories, teaching at university, what eco-fiction means, and how writers can be “sneaky.”
Candas Jane Dorsey is an award-winning Canadian author of novels, short stories, and poetry. She also served as editor / publisher of several literary presses. Candas teaches writing and communications at MacEwan University. She was founding president of SF Canada and was president of the Writers Guild of Alberta. Candas was awarded the Province of Alberta Centennial Gold Medal award for artistic achievement and community work and the WGA Golden Pen Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Literary Arts.
We join Canadian author Merilyn Ruth Liddel in Calgary, Alberta, where she talks about her latest speculative book Tomorrow, her love for trees and her eco-activism in her community of Crows Nest Pass.
We join Canadian poet and writer, Lucia Gorea, from Vancouver, British Columbia, to talk about her latest book, ‘Yukon, the Polar Bear,’ and how she manages to write in so many literary genres.