Q & A in the Village
Q & A: Greg Denton
By Brad de RooBrad talks to one of Guelph's best known local artists about his Remembrance Day project.
Q & A: Jim Guthrie
By Brad de Roo"I struggled with the idea of a bio at first. Mostly with fear of what it might reflect but also with the insecurity of “will…
Q & A: Marc Bell
By Brad de Roo"Well, D & Q and I spoke about creating a life size version of the Mini Golf course that appears in Stroppy (for TCAF) but…
Q & A: Karen Houle
By Andrew HoodWhat're your top jams for Don't-Be-Afraid-of-Feminists-Karaoke? I think I will hum some Lhasa. Rickie Lee Jones if I am feeling pop n bluesy. And…
Q & A: Cam Fryer, Head Brewer at Royal City Brewing
By Andrew HoodThe more people want to drink your beer, the more you have to make. It's a success and approval that you rarely get to pause…
The Village Podcast
The Village Podcast Vol. 9
By Barb MinettSteph and Candice managed to find an hour between hectic vacation schedules to talk about genre fiction, literary fiction and whether you want to be…
The Village Podcast Vol. 8
By Stephanie MinettIn which Steph and Candice discuss Austen, introversion, and revisiting favourites; and Clifford and Bob discuss the life of a writer.
The Village Podcast Vol. 7
By Stephanie MinettIn which we discuss cooking from scratch, the value of biopics, and exploring the great outdoors.
The Village Podcast Vol. 6
By Ben MinettBuilding the site (and re-designing, and re-designing, and re-designing) felt like a life changing event for everyone at The Bookshelf, which reminded us of some…
The Village Podcast Vol. 5
By Stephanie MinettIn which we discuss the Oscars, books to travel by and spring cleaning!
The Village Podcast Vol. 4
By Stephanie MinettWe share some of our December traditions, their favourite seasonal music and movies. And because we can't play it in the episode, head to YouTube…
The Village Podcast Vol. 2
By Stephanie MinettWelcome back to our show! We've settled it, we are the The Village Podcast. You can subscribe on iTunes here.
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