A podcast dedicated to interviewing local writers practicing their art and craft in the Grand River region. You can listen to the show every Saturday morning at 10am on Midtown Radio KW. Supported by the Waterloo Region Arts Fund.

Latest Episodes

Full Episode: Kitchener's Benjamin Lefebvre discusses COMING-OUT SUBVERSIONS in his novel "In the Key of Dale"

This week on Watershed Writers, novelist Benjamin Lefebvre sits down with interviewer Tanis MacDonald to discuss writing Young Adult Fiction and subverting the usual c...

Full Episode: Kimia Eslah on writing fiction to SERVE SOCIAL JUSTICE and her novel "Sister Seen, Sister Heard"

This episode features Iranian-Canadian novelist Kimia Eslah talking with interviewer Tanis MacDonald about her aims in writing fiction to serve social justice and comb...

Local poet and novelist Pamela Mordecai on writing fiction, the POWER OF VERNACULAR, and being BOLD in print

This episode features Jamaican-Canadian poet, novelist, and children's writer Pamela Mordecai talking with Tanis MacDonald about her long career in writing, and about ...

Kitchener author Pamela Mulloy discusses her book "As Little As Nothing", WHY SHE WRITES ABOUT WAR, and her new non-fiction project

In this clip from Watershed Writer's podcast, host Tanis MacDonald talks with Pamela Mulloy about the genesis of her book "As Little as Nothing", why war is an interes...

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