Writers Unbound

Date de début: 2022-06-14 04:00:00 Date de fin: 2025-10-01 04:00:00

Writers Unbound


Saison 2

2. S2 – Loss and Recovery

DISPONIBLE SUR LE WEB POUR :  63 semaines et 3 jours  63 sem. et 3 j

This week on Writers Unbound, host Shelley Pomerance meets Tarah Schwartz, author of the memoir Can’t Help Falling... A Long Road to Motherhood, and David Bradford, author of the poetry collection Dream of No One but Myself. They discuss writing about loss and recovery, and the experience of publishing a first book. Also, we drop in at Drawn & Quarterly, the Mile End bookstore, for reading recommendations for children and adults.

Invité(es) : Tarah Schwartz David Bradfor Kennedy Rooke, Manager, Drawn & Quarterly Bookstore Mariana Moreno Caro, Store Coordinator, Drawn & Quarterly Bookstore

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À propos

Presented by the Association of English-language Publishers of Quebec, Writers Unbound is a series highlighting the best of Montreal’s local literary community. Developed in partnership with the Quebec Writers’ Federation, the show pairs two writers in conversation with host Shelley Pomerance, inviting them to reflect on their work and on what inspires them. Each episode also includes thematic book recommendations by local booksellers Librairie Drawn & Quarterly.

Prochaine(s) diffusion(s) :

Dimanche à 10h30
Lundi à 2h30 et 12h
Mardi à 20h
Mercredi à 5h30 et 14h


The Association of English-language Publishers of Quebec (Association des éditeurs de langue anglaise du Québec) is a not-for-profit organization that advances the publication, distribution, and promotion of English-language books from Quebec. We support our member publishers through professional development seminars, advocacy, and marketing initiatives.



Shelley Pomerance

Shelley Pomerance


An arts journalist and host, Shelley Pomerance has been an associate programming director with Blue Metropolis International Literary Festival and was a longtime presence on CBC Radio as a host and arts reporter.

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