Category: writing

Author-Illustrator Interview with Katherine Battersby, Peggy Collins, and Christine Tripp

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-varki-107b3e2 An interview with Katherine Battersby, Peggy Collins, and Christine Tripp. Chris has illustrated more than 50 children’s books for educational publishers; Peggy has illustrated over a dozen books and she’s the author-illustrator of several. Katherine Battersby has illustrated 12 books, 7 of which… Continue Reading “Author-Illustrator Interview with Katherine Battersby, Peggy Collins, and Christine Tripp”

Author Interview with Marty Chan

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-srgtk-10720d1 An interview with Marty Chan, playwright and award-winning author of 18 books for young readers. Hear about his intricate revision process, his deep appreciation of young readers and writers, and his delight in making things hard for his characters. 25 minutes, all ages.… Continue Reading “Author Interview with Marty Chan”

Author Interview with Jeff Szpirglas

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-bgtrj-10691b6 An interview with Jeff Szpirglas, author of over 20 books for all ages, including scary novels, short story collections, and “choose your own ending” adventures. Hear about his love of the horror genre, his interest in dramatic ironing and shifting points of view,… Continue Reading “Author Interview with Jeff Szpirglas”

Author Interview with Lisa Dalrymple

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-95fvk-105f922 An interview with Lisa Dalrymple, author of 11 books for young readers, picture books, novels, and non-fiction, most recently Fierce: Women who Shaped Canada. Hear her advice on creating tension, her attraction to wilderness settings, and her lifelong fear of dark water. 20… Continue Reading “Author Interview with Lisa Dalrymple”

Author Interview with David McArthur

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-33xgd-1054b53 An interview with David McArthur, author of the bestselling picture book, What Does a Caterpillar Do? Hear about David’s preference for first person point of view, his love of fantastic takes on real-world settings, and his favourite scary story. 20 minutes. All ages.

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