Anna Porter: One Book at a Time

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

The Agenda welcomes Anna Porter, a mainstay in Canadian publishing. She founded her own book publishing business, eventually sat on boards with the likes of Margaret Thatcher, Henry Kissinger, and Conrad Black, and became a writer herself. That incredible journey is chronicled in her new memoir: "In Other Words: How I Fell in Love with Canada, One Book at a Time."
Episode:
Two Bright Lights in CanLit
Aired:
Feb 18, 2019
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