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Kobo in Conversation Podcast

Helen Oyeyemi on mischievous stories and writing reluctantly

Helen Oyeyemi, author of Gingerbread and the playful new novel Peaces, spoke with us about how her unusual writing process has developed over her career.

Kobo in Conversation Podcast

Suzanne Simard on the language of trees and telling her own story

Dr. Suzanne Simard, author of Finding the Mother Tree, spoke with us about the astonishing science of how trees communicate with one another.

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Natalie Zina Walschots on good bosses and bad guys

Natalie Zina Walschots spoke with us about her novel Hench, the day-to-day work of supervillainy, and why fanfic is for her the true mark of success.

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Malcolm Gladwell has found a new way to tell stories

Journalist Malcolm Gladwell spoke with us about his new book, The Bomber Mafia, and why he's so enthusiastic about working on podcasts and audiobooks now.

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Julia Quinn wants to write happy endings as much as we want to read them

We spoke with Julia Quinn, author of the Bridgerton series of romance novels about the books that inspire her and what she thinks of the Netflix show.

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Jael Richardson on making and unmaking a dystopia

We spoke with Jael Richardson, book columnist for Q and director of FOLD (the Festival of Literary Diversity) about her new dystopian novel Gutter Child.

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Emily Schultz on crafting characters through 90s mixtapes

We spoke with novelist Emily Schultz about her inspiration for Little Threats, her story of crime and punishment straddling 1993 and 2008.

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Joanne Vannicola was never going to let their story have a tragic ending

We spoke with actor Joanne Vannicola about their unforgettable audiobook memoir, All We Knew But Couldn't Say.

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Linden MacIntyre won't let history be washed away

We spoke with celebrated journalist and novelist Linden MacIntyre about his non-fiction audiobook, The Wake: The Deadly Legacy of a Newfoundland Tsunami.

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Billy-Ray Belcourt on finding a place to flourish

Billy-Ray Belcourt spoke with us about his book A History of My Brief Body and what drives his mission to place joy at the centre of Indigenous stories.

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