This episode, a long time in the making, was on the Edmonton Historian Laureate’s podcast. My partner, Nathan Smith, talks with Chris Chang-Yen Phillips, and learns about indigenous knowledge, indigenous plants and how to ask cultural questions.
Here I am guesting on my first podcast, with hosts Kirt Callahan and Tania Gigliotti. The podcast format was quite different for me. You feel like you’re having a conversation, but you’re really aware that you are being recorded. Here we are Write reads podcast You can also download the podcast on Itunes. It’s free!
My day job is full time, but it does have a seasonal aspect to it. I am busiest when people are NOT farming. In the summer time, all the farmers are busy and our paper is a lot smaller. From September to April, the farmers are busy going to conferences and planning their next season, […]
SASKATOON Sunday, November 13, 8 – 11 pm Lydia’s Pub, 650 Broadway Avenue, Saskatoon Alexis Kienlen will be reading at Tonight It’s Poetry reading series Monday, November 14, 7:30 pm McNally Robinson Saskatoon, 3130 – 8th Street E, Art Alcove Reading EDMONTON Thursday, November 17, 7:30 pm Audrey’s Books, 10702 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton Reading with […]