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Books of poetry and prose, from the novice to the professional, we share our works and words with you. Interviews and reviews.

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Join Sonia Nadina and Barry Jakel in conversation. Barry has published his latest book, Birth , Death, and as the Crow Flies. He is also excited about the NSWA's latest anthology release, Fuse. Born in Calgary Alberta in 1948, Barry... more

Call in at (646) 652-2271 Samantha Chardin is back! She speaks with Sonia Nadina about her new book Roman Holy Day which is available in E-Book format on Amazon.ca. About the Book. Roman Holy Day – What... more

The call in number is (646) 652-2271 Join Sonia Nadina Haynes in a chat with Rod Baker, author of Constant Traveller #R00186 Rod grew up in England and immigrated to Canada at age 21. He worked on the tugboats until running... more

Join Sonia Nadina Haynes as she interviews Barry Jakel about his newly published book, Follow The Heron's Flight Home, a book of prose and imagery. Born in Calgary Alberta in 1948, Barry now resides on Vancouver's... more

Sonia Nadina Haynes interviews the author of WHO KNOWS WHERE BUTTERFLIES DIE. Affected by war and revolution, and through extensive travel, Pasha Parvaneh Hashemi has come across many people escaping from... more

Join Sonia Nadina Haynes in conversation with best selling author Kerry Karram. Kerry is the fourth generation of her family to live at the foot of Grouse Mountain, in North Vancouver, British Columbia. Growing up, walking the trails and... more

Sonia Nadina Haynes welcomes Samantha Chardin writer, screenwriter and professional organizer. Sam will speak on the importance of organization for optimal productivity for the writer. Sam Chardin has travelled the world and... more

Sonia Nadina Haynes is excited to interview, Sanford Osler, author of Canoe Crossings: Understanding the Craft that helped Shape British Columbia a newly released book by Heritage House. Sanford Osler was introduced to the canoe... more

The call-in number is 1-646-652-2271. Sonia Nadina Haynes interviews Elaine Eaton Berg. Who will read from her upcoming memoir. Author of thriller novels, children's stories, poetry, a memoir, comedy skits, and poetry Elaine Eaton Berg... more

Join in the conversation. The call-in number is 646-652-2271 Author of thriller novels, children's stories, poetry, a memoir, comedy skits, and poetry Elaine Eaton Berg is passionate about her writing. A duel citizen of Canada and the... more

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