Archive: Imprint season 14 episode 15


On this show: host Tina Srebotnjak discusses Canadian publishing events from 2002 with panelists Quill and Quire editor Scott Anderson, and Senior Arts Writer at The Globe and Mail Sandra Martin. Tina interviews two time Giller nominee Gail Anderson-Dargatz about her new book The Rhinestone Button. Edmund White talks about his newest book "Our Paris: Sketches from Memory" a personal tribute to his beloved city, and illustrated by the man he loved.
Jan 20, 2003
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