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I shook hands yesterday with Pulitzer Prize winner Dr. Siddhartha Mukherjee, author of the book “The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer”. It was during my day job — I heard him talk in the afternoon and then … Continue reading
Nora Ephron was my favourite screenwriter, and one of the truest voices out there — how can you not think that When Harry Met Sally is one of the best movies of all time? Even if you don’t like romantic comedies, the … Continue reading
Just read on Rex Pickett’s blog that he is planning to write another Sideways novel — the last in the “trilogy” apparently — that should take place in Chile. Pretty cool news. He came out with Vertical last year (maybe … Continue reading
Saw this in the bookstore. Made me laugh. “In your spare time…” — in the immortal words of Adam Savage, now there’s your problem. ~Graham
I take the last post back. At least somewhat. The implication — at least in my mind — is that the writer is the sole caretaker of this fictional “reality”. I’ve realized over the past couple of days that this … Continue reading
Was listening to the CBC today driving in between meetings and caught a snippet of what must have been Writers and Company. On it, Eleanor Wachtel was interviewing Carlos Fuentes who related a story about seeing Thomas Mann in a … Continue reading
…because I obviously haven’t been here in a while. Truth is, I’ve been working days, nights, and weekends lately. I’m risking creative burnout as it is (knock on wood, hasn’t happened yet — deadlines are looming!). Needless to say, little … Continue reading
Met Thunder Bay author Lee Chambers last week on a talk he was doing about self-publishing to a group of Thunder Bay writers, specifically about his new book, The Pineville Heist. Great talk, though there was a wide range of … Continue reading
Everything you need, my ass. Saw this at my local Chapters and opened it up to see what was included. And, just as I expected, I couldn’t even find one spare minute of time in the whole kit… ~Graham