Category Archives: interviews
The Art Gallery of Mississauga is currently exhibiting Cindy Blazevic’s art installation, PillBilly Fantasia until January 5. The work explores the notion “that we are all dependent, that we are all pillbillies in a broader, medical sense.” The artist believes that one is not born anxious, or in pain; one becomes that way.
The gallery, to [...]
Danielle, the book blogger behind Bookish Notions, recently reviewed The Dead Kid Detcctive Agency, giving the book what I consider one of the highest compliments imaginable – comparing it to a B-movie. (B-movies are a source of great joy for me.)
Previously, I’d met Danielle at the Eden Mills Writers’ Festival, and she interviewed me for [...]
It’s October, which means (a) I need to think of a Hallowe’en costume idea soon, and (b) it’s the one-year anniversary of the publication of The Dead Kid Detective Agency. (Hurrah!) Given the obvious Hallowe’en connections to the book, it’s natural that people will ask a few seasonal questions. On October 11, book blogger Danielle [...]
It’s been a week of good news. On Thursday, I was featured on the new website, Toronto Is Awesome, in the ‘Image Seeks Words‘ column. The column focuses on illustrators, comic book makers, designers and all others who pair words and images together.
Talented writer (and author of DOOM: Love Poems for Supervillains) Natalie Zina Walschots [...]