We’re happy to have Janine Marley back with us to talk about theatre and her ongoing directing projects!

 

Coming up this weekend, Paper-Knife Theatre presents Runaway!

 

Don’t miss The Edge Productions show, The Boys in the Band!

 

Janine has also done work with Groundling Theatre Company in Toronto! You can read Janine’s reviews on the Stratford Festival Review page or on her theatre blog A View from the Box.

 

You can follow Janine on Twitter @thetheatregirl

 

 

Thanks for listening!

 

 

Today, we’re talking about Margaret Atwood and her dystopian fiction!

 

 

Don’t miss Margaret Atwood’s reading at the University of Windsor Thursday, May 11th at 12:00 pm. Check out UWindsor’s website for more information.

 

This week’s harmonica segment: pick up a Margaret Atwood novel and let us know what you think! Tweet us your thoughts @hardcoverradio!

 

Thanks for listening!

 

From bicycles to traveling drama troupes to harmless zombies, the post-apocalyptic narrative is full of more surprises than we would sometimes expect! This week, we’re exploring the post-apocalyptic with Brent Ryan Bellamy!

 

Brent Ryan Bellamy is a researcher and writer who specializes in post-apocalyptic literature.

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Found this article about bicycles and the apocalypse!

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Emily St. John Mandel’s Station Eleven!

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Check out “The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas” by Ursula K. Le Guin

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and “The Sense of an Ending” by Frank Kermode.

 

 

Brent highly recommends The Only Ones by Carola Dibbell.

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Zone One by Coleson Whitehead is a novel that takes a unique approach to zombies.

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Can you name all the members of the Star Trek: The Next Generation cast?

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Share your favourite post-apocalyptic work with us @hardcoverradio. Thanks for listening!