November 04, 2021
"Who Were We, and Why Did We Live?" Diane Schoemperlen on Editing the 50th Edition of Best Canadian Stories
Diane Schoemperlen knows a thing or two about short fiction. The acclaimed Kingston-based author, who has been honoured with prizes including the prestigious Engel Findley and Matt Cohen Awards from the ...
March 06, 2017
Special Feature: The RBC Taylor Prize Finalists on Non-Fiction
Today in Toronto, the 2017 RBC Taylor Prize for Non-Fiction will be presented to one of five shortlisted authors. This year's list is focused on personal stories, with memoirs from a Holocaust survivor, ...
February 13, 2017
Featured Video: Diane Schoemperlen on her Taylor Prize nominated Memoir
No one expects to fall in love with a killer. And no one was more surprised than Governor General's Literary Award winner Diane Schoemperlen when she became romantically involved with Shane, a man serving ...