Category Archives: Interviews

Jane Campbell Interviews Douglas Glover

This week over at, our Prose Editor extraordinaire Jane Campbell interviews Canadian writer Douglas Glover, author of the recent short story collection Savage Love, several other collections of stories and essays, and four novels. In the interview, Glover shrewdly discusses his … Continue reading

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An Interview with Laura Legge

By Jane Campbell Laura Legge’s writing has appeared in a number of Canadian literary magazines including The Antigonish Review, The Malahat Review, and Grain. Her story “It’s Raining in Paris” is featured in The Journey Prize Anthology 25. Ms. Legge was kind … Continue reading

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Eliza Robertson on Writing, Winning PRISM’s Fiction Contest, and Her New Book

Now that the deadline for our non-fiction contest has passed, we’ve turned our attention to our upcoming fiction and poetry contests—you’ve got until January 23, 2014 to enter! Eliza Robertson won the fiction award in 2010. We recently contacted her … Continue reading

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in the power of spirits – “children of air india” by Renée Sarojini Saklikar

Interview by Rob Taylor Exhibit (1985): fourteen. eleven. – Renée Sarojini Saklikar His brother excels—French, English, math, science— he takes a paper route, buys milk when an old woman offers two dollars with the coins he fetches a carton, holds … Continue reading

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How Winning PRISM’s Non-fiction Contest Helped Madeline Sonik

It’s official: There’s now less than a month to go before the deadline for PRISM‘s creative non-fiction contest! You’ve got a little over three weeks to put the final polish on your work, be it stranger than fiction or straight … Continue reading

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In a Coal Mine with No Lamp: An Interview with Anakana Schofield

Interview by Charles-Adam Foster-Simard The last year has been busy for Anakana Schofield, a Vancouver writer whose first novel, Malarky, was published to much critical praise in 2012. The book comes with recommendations from such literary stars as Emma Donoghue … Continue reading

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