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A Conversation with Gabrielle St. George

December 11, 2022
Cold Canadian Crime
A Conversation with Gabrielle St. George

An interview with Gabrielle St George, the author of Cold Ethyl, a short story published in the Canadian Crime Writers 40th Anniversary Anthology, Cold Canadian Crime.

Gabrielle St. George is a Canadian screenwriter and story editor with credits on over 100 produced television shows, both in the USA and Canada.

Gabrielle writes humorous mysteries and domestic noir about subjects on which, according to her, she is an expert—mostly failed relationships, hence her debut soft-boiled series, The Ex-Whisperer Files, which launched with HOW TO MURDER A MARRIAGE. And her recently released second book, HOW TO KILL A KINGPIN

Visit Gabrielle at: https://www.gabriellestgeorge....

And to learn more about Cold Canadian Crime, visit: https://www.crimewriterscanada...

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Episode 6: The Kootenays

December 8, 2022
The Western Wing
Episode 6: The Kootenays

Iona Whishaw, JG Toews, and Dave Butler discuss the Kootenays, a region in south-eastern BC, which has been the setting of their mysteries. Moderated by Erik D'Souza.

As Iona says: The Kootenays are such a great place to live, and die.

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A Conversation with Blair Keetch

December 7, 2022
Cold Canadian Crime
A Conversation with Blair Keetch

Joining us today is Blair Keetch, whose story, SEX, LIES AND SNOWMOBILES appear in The Cold Canadian Crime Anthology published by Crime Writers of Canada.

Blair is a prolific short story author who has appeared in In the key of Thirteen, Heartbreak & Half-truths, Grave Diagnosis, and several online sites, including ShotgunHoney.com and DarkStormyBC.com. Blair is busy writing his first novel, Flight Risk.

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A Conversation with Karen Abrahamson

December 5, 2022
Cold Canadian Crime
A Conversation with Karen Abrahamson

An interview with Karen L. Abrahamson, the author of, A LITTLE RESPECT, published in COLD CANADIAN CRIME.

Karen is currently writing six series. One of those series is the retired school teacher Phoebe Clay embarking on a series of international mystery adventures, starting in the chill waters of the Pacific Northwest and following up with adventures in India and Cambodia. In her newest novel, TRAPPED ON CEDAR TRAIL, Phoebe is back home in BC.

To learn more about Karen, visit: http://www.karenlabrahamson.co...

And see her photography at https://karenabrahamsonphotogr...

And to learn more about Cold Canadian Crime, visit: https://www.crimewriterscanada...

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A Conversation with Susan Calder

December 5, 2022
Cold Canadian Crime
A Conversation with Susan Calder

An interview with Susan Calder, author of A DEADLY FLU, a short story in COLD CANADIAN CRIME anthology.

Susan Calder is a Calgary author who grew up in Montreal. She has written four novels, 3 in the Paula Savard Mystery series and 1 standalone. She’s served on the board of the When Words Collide Festival for Readers and Writers and is a vice chair for the upcoming Boucheron Mystery Convention in 2026.

To learn more about Susan, visit: http://susancalder.com/

And to learn more about Cold Canadian Crime, visit: https://www.crimewriterscanada...

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S2, ep 5: Anne Fotheringham

November 30, 2022
Meet the Board
S2, ep 5: Anne Fotheringham

A.J. Fotheringham is a Montreal-based writer who, at the age of 9, started a lifelong love of words. She used this skill to build a career in journalism, communications, translation, and publishing. She has published a children’s book, a poetry book, short stories, and non-fiction. She is currently writing the Lamb’s Bay Mysteries, a cozy mystery series based in the fictional town of Lamb’s Bay, a coastal community whose charming atmosphere hides a series of secrets.

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S2, ep 4: Julie Hiner

November 27, 2022
Meet the Board
S2, ep 4: Julie Hiner

Julie Hiner is an author, publisher, blogger, and Alberta’s regional rep for Crime Crimewriters Canada.

Julie spent over a decade working as a computer scientist on large scale network systems. On a break between contracts, Julie followed her passion for writing. She has had a long-time fascination with the complexity of the dark mind of the serial killer. Finding inspiration at a talk given by a local homicide detective, Julie surged down her new path to writing a dark, serial killer novel.

Now, Julie serves up toxic cocktails of 80s metal, ritualistic murder, and raw horror at KillersAndDemons.com.

FINAL TRACK (Detective Mahoney Series Book 1) is a 2022 Finalist Kindle Book Awards Horror/Suspense.

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S2, Ep 3:  Diane Bator

November 21, 2022
Meet the Board
S2, Ep 3:  Diane Bator

Diane Bator is the Ontario: Southwest/North/Greater Toronto Area regional representative for Crime Crime Writers Canada. She is a prolific writer published by BWL Publishing. She is a member of WCYR, Sisters in Crime, and a board member for the Crime Writers of Canada. She is the author of several mystery series and a budding playwright.

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A Conversation with Brenda Chapman

November 9, 2022
Cold Canadian Crime
A Conversation with Brenda Chapman

A Conversation with Brenda Chapman about her story, THE FINAL HIT, which appears in COLD CANADIAN CRIME.

Brenda Chapman is a Canadian crime fiction author with over twenty published novels. In addition to short stories and standalones, she has written the lauded Stonechild and Rouleau police procedural series, the Anna Sweet mystery novellas, and the Jennifer Bannon mysteries for middle grade. Her work has been shortlisted for several awards including four Crime Writers of Canada Awards of Excellence.

Learn more about Cold Canadian Crime at https://www.crimewriterscanada...

visit Brenda at https://brendachapman.ca/

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Episode 5: Smashing Syereotypes

November 3, 2022
The Western Wing
Episode 5: Smashing Syereotypes

Crime Writers Canada's Erik D'Souza, chats with fellow authors Jayne Barnard, Tara Moss and Alan R. Warren.

Video descriptor: We see a Zoom screen split into four panels. The first shows Erik D'Souza. He wears a collared white shirt and glasses, and has dark hair. He is wearing ear buds.

The second panel shows Tara Moss. Tara is a tall white woman with long dark salt and pepper hair. She is using her wheelchair, Nyx, and is wearing a grey top and dark red lipstick.

The third shows Alan R Warren, a white man with grey beard and a baseball cap, with shelves of books behind him.

The fourth panel shows Jayne Barnard. Jayne describes herself as a short white-haired woman with red glasses and a straight-necked burgundy sweater.

One resource to get people started on understanding and avoiding stereotypes in their work

https://geekfeminism.fandom.co......

One targeting disability representation in particular:

https://www.npr.org/.../how-to.......

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