Archive: Imprint season 12 episode 18

Imprint

IMPRINT is a half hour show devoted to authors and the art and craft of literature, hosted by Tina Srebotnjak. On this show: Ontario writer Sandra Gulland and her trilogy about Napoleon and Josephine; Tina interviews Canadian poet/activist Joy Kogawa on her new book A Song of Lilith; Tina and panelists poet Molly Peacock and radio producer Greg Kelly discuss poetry books.
Aired:
Jul 16, 2001
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