Giving effective, coherent, and most of all actionable feedback on another person's writing is a skill that's not only essential for editors or writers, but for anyone who does any sort of writing in their lives.
Sometimes I am fortunate enough to meet extremely awesome people. Here are the recordings of our conversations.
On a bright, late April day, Squinky walked up to the third floor of a typical Plateau triplex and rang the bell. I put on a kettle and made a pot of jasmine
> She had always found villains more exciting than heroes. They had ambition, passion. They made the stories happen. —Soman Chainani I don’t really get musical theatre. Correction—that’s not quite right.
Girth is the first book by Tara McGowan-Ross, a Mi'kmaw poet and philosopher who lives in Montréal, and who I met in the Creative Writing at Concordia University.
I approached Ida Toft a few weeks ago with the idea of doing an interview on their art and research practice. I met Ida Toft [https://twitter.com/idamarietoft] at Concordia University, where