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Our July Line-up:
July 1: Our Canada Day interview with former Canadian Parks Ranger and Mystery author George Mercer. #ReadersOnTheRun short story to be announced
July 8: Interview with author Jayne Barnard and short story reading of “Easter Aches”, by Jayne Barnard, World Enough and Crime, Carrick Publishing
July 15: Interview with author Perry Block (Nouveau Old, Formerly Cute) and reading of short story “The Size of the Skip”, “Three Scoops” Is A Blast, Alex Carrick, Carrick Publishing
July 22: Interview with author Iris Waichler (Role Reversal) and reading to be announced
July 29:Interview with author Jen Knox (Glass City, After the Gazebo) and reading to be announced
Thank you for joining us, and remember -- It was a dark and stormy night...
Our June Line-up:
June 1: Interview with renowned host of Conversations LIVE Cyrus Webb and reading of “Watermelon Weekend”, Donna Carrick, nominated for the 2014 Arthur Ellis Best Short Story Award, featured in Thirteen by the Mesdames of Mayhem, Carrick Publishing, 2013
June 3: Interview with author Lizbeth Meredith (Pieces of Me) and short story reading of “Corner Store”, Donna Carrick
June 10: Interview with author Michael Jecks (the Knights Templar series) and reading of short story “Appearances”, Donna Carrick, North on the Yellowhead, Carrick Publishing
June 17: Interview with author Jennifer Berg (the Elliot Bay mystery series) and reading of “Delights in Novelty”, Brad Ling, World Enough and Crime, Carrick Publishing
June 24: Interview with Canadian Crime writer Dee Wilson and reading of “July is Hell”, Melodie Campbell, Thirteen
Our May Line-up:
May 1: Interview with organized crime expert and freelance journalist Stephen G. Metelsky (underwolrdstories.com) and short story reading of “Prepared”, Donna Carrick (Carrick Publishing)
May 6: Interview with author Junying Kirk (The Journey to the West trilogy) and short story reading of “The Grief Machine”, Alex Carrick
May 13: Interview with author Judy Penz Sheluk (Skeletons in the Attic, The Hanged Man’s Noose) and reading of short story “Live Free or Die”, Judy Penz Sheluk, World Enough and Crime anthology, Carrick Publishing
May 20: Interview with author Russell Parkway (The Demeter Code) and reading of “Doctor Shediac”, Donna Carrick, World Enough and Crime, Carrick Publishing
May 27: Interview with renowned host of Conversations LIVE Cyrus Webb and reading of “Watermelon Weekend”, Donna Carrick, Thirteen
Our April Line-up:
April 1: Interview with author John Rakestraw (Rakestraw Book Designs) and short story reading of “Pretty Sure What Done Him In”, Alex Carrick (Carrick Publishing)
April 8: Interview with author Janet Kellough (The Bathwater Conspiracy) and short story reading of “The Monkey, The Croc and the T-Rex”, Alex Carrick
April 15: Interview with author Jon Strother (The Best of Friday Flash) and reading of short story “The Seagull Poet of Butter Bay”, Alex Carrick
April 22: Interview with author Mme Melodie Campbell and reading of “Dog Trap”, Melodie Campbell (13 Claws, Carrick Publishing)
April 29: Interview with True Crime author and organized crime expert Stephen Metelsky and reading of “Prepared”, Donna Carrick, North on the Yellowhead
Our March Line-up:
March 1: Interview with author Kevin P. Thornton and short story reading of “Writer’s Block”, Kevin Thornton (World Enough and Crime)
March 4: Interview with author and professional editor Toni Rakestraw of Rakestraw Book Designs and short story reading of “The Melancholic Fog Harvester”, Alex Carrick
March 11:Interview with author Rob Brunet (Stinking Rich) and reading of short story “Dancing With Carole”, Donna Carrick
March 18: Interview with author Mme Cathy Astolfo and reading of “The Outlier”, Cathy Astolfo (13 Claws)
March 25: Interview with author and professional consultant Karl Bimshas and reading of “There’s No Such Thing as Time”, Alex Carrick
Our February Line-up:
Feb.  4: Interview with true crime author Nate Hendley and short story reading of “Spring’s Last Skate”, Donna Carrick (North on the Yellowhead)
Feb. 11: Interview with author Diamond Wilson (The Quest for the Queen series) and short story reading of “Low Roller”, Donna Carrick (North on the Yellowhead, Carrick Publishing)
Feb. 18: Interview with romance/saga author Mariam Kobras (The Distant Shore, Buddhapuss Ink) and reading of short story “The 14th of Forever”, Donna Carrick (13 O’Clock, Carrick Publishing)
Feb. 25: Interview with author Kevin P. Thornton and reading of “Writer’s Block”, Kevin P. Thornton (World Enough and Crime, Carrick Publishing)
Our January Line-up:
Dec. 9: Interview with composer and performer Ted Carrick (Eyes of Gold) and short story reading of “North on the Yellowhead”, Donna Carrick (North on the Yellowhead)
Jan. 1: Interview with author Joan O’Callaghan (Colours of Canada, Carrick Publishing) and short story reading of “Sugar ‘N’ Spice”, Joan O’Callaghan (Thirteen, Carrick Publishing)
Jan. 7: Interview with crime author M.H. Callway (Windigo Fire, Seraphim Editions) and reading of short story “Snake Oil”, M.H. Callway (13 Claws, Carrick Publishing)
Jan. 13: Interview with SciFi Thriller author Steven M. Moore (The Chaos Chronicles Trilogy, Carrick Publishing) and reading of short story “The Case of the Carriageless Horse”, Steven M. Moore (World Enough and Crime, Carrick Publishing)
Jan. 21: Interview with antiquities thriller author D.J. McIntosh (The Witch of Babylon Trilogy, Penguin Canada) and reading of short story “The Twin”, D.J. McIntosh (Thirteen, Carrick Publishing)
Jan. 28: Interview with crime author Anne Barton (The Evil That We Do, Carrick Publishing) and reading of “Danger by Moonlight”, Anne Barton (World Enough and Crime, Carrick Publishing)

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