TONIGHT on THE TERRORDOME at 6 pm: Novelist Eden Robinson

Eden Robinson is a thirty-something West Coast writer of the Heisla and Heilstuk nations from Kitimat, BC. Her collection Traplines was as a New York Times Editor’s Choice and Notable Book of the Year; it also won the Winifred Holtby Prize for the best first work of fiction in the Commonwealth. Robinson’s first novel, Monkey Beach, was nominated for the Giller Prize and the Governor General’s Award of 2000. She spoke in Edmonton on December 16 for a celebration of indigenous writing.

We’ll also listen to songs by Metis actor, writer and singer Andrea Menard from her debut album The Velvet Devil.

To tune in via the links on the left sidebar, click on The Terrordome, or listen to live radio in Edmonton in CJSR FM88.

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