Earlier this fall, I had a lovely conversation with Michael Enright (of CBC Radio’s Sunday Edition) about Ethel Wilson’s beautiful Swamp Angel. Readers of this blog know that she is one of my foundational writers. She brought a feminine, perhaps even feminist, attention to the places and stories of British Columbia, and few writers attended to the landscape as lovingly as she did.
Our interview will air this Sunday morning and I hope you’ll listen. When I have a link to it, I’ll post it in my News and Events area.
8 thoughts on “Ethel Wilson on Sunday Morning”
Looking forward to it!
Me too! Thanks, Leslie.
Chris and I just listened – wonderful interview! (and great idea for a book series, too – we’re looking forward to the rest) I can’t believe I’ve never read Ethel Wilson’s books. We’re both anxious to now. Thanks for shining a light on her work, Theresa. Chris and I also both love the premise of your new novella.
Thanks, Leslie. The passages where Maggie is heading up the Canyon–sublime!
Yeah, yeah, yeah!!!! A huge congratulations. Looking forward to listening in xo >
I was thriiled to learn about your books on Sunday and am reading them now with so much pleasure.
This is so generous. Thank you. I’ve read your biography of EW twice and love it for its detail, scholarship, and attentive spirit.