Presented by The Vancouver Writers Fest
Nathan Englander, Cary Fagan, Kathleen Winter
Host: Marsha Lederman
The Globe & Mail’s Marsha Lederman has a knack for getting at the stories behind books. Today she talks with Pulitzer finalist and bestselling author Nathan Englander about Dinner at the Center of the Earth. A thriller? A political novel? Could it be anything but both when he’s set it in the midst of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict? Acclaimed author of books for adults and children, Cary Fagan reveals how the old black-and-white photos that inspired his The Old World and Other Stories really “found their way” to him. And Scotiabank Giller-shortlisted author Kathleen Winter talks about how she stumbled upon the little-known, but factual, 11 lost days in history that drive her novel Lost in September. Enjoy the in-depth conversations with these fascinating writers.
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