Category Archives: Interviews

Meet the Editors: Jennifer Lori, Executive Editor, Circulation

Over the next coming weeks, PRISM international is happy to introduce our returning and new editors! First up is Jennifer Lori, returning Executive Editor of Circulation and YA lover. What is your position at PRISM? I’m returning as Circulation Editor for … Continue reading

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The Everyday Spaces of Life: An Interview with Wanda Praamsma

Interview by Alison Braid a thin line between (BookThug, 2014) is Wanda Praamsma’s much anticipated first collection of poetry. Praamsma’s poetry has been published in ottawater, 17 seconds, and The Feathertale Review. Several of her literary non-fiction pieces have appeared … Continue reading

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An interview with Garth Martens 

  Interview by Catherine J. Stewart I first took note of Garth Martens in 2011, when he won the Bronwen Wallace Award, but it was several years before I heard him read—in Victoria, for the launch of Prologue for the Age … Continue reading

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Motionpoems: Videos and an Interview with Todd Boss

Interview by Rob Taylor A highlight of PRISM 53:3 is a four-poem series by Minnesota poet Todd Boss. In addition to being the author of the collections Yellowrocket and Pitch, Todd is the co-founder of Motionpoems, an organization dedicated to … Continue reading

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Interview with Non-fiction Contest Winner Diane Bracuk

Diane Bracuk won first place in PRISM‘s 2015 Non-fiction Contest for her powerful and suspenseful story “Doughnut Eaters,” which appears in PRISM 53:3. Diane was kind enough to answer a few questions about the piece, and her approach to creative non-fiction. Tell … Continue reading

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An interview with Heather O’Neill: “Nouschka Tremblay is me if I were a Jean Cocteau character.”

Interview by Matthew Walsh Heather O’Neill’s novel The Girl Who Was Saturday Night was released in 2014 to critical acclaim and was shortlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize. It’s wonderful novel for many reasons, but it excels with its sharp … Continue reading

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