What a treat it was to spend a couple of hours with Ned Powers chatting about my latest publication, Sketches of Saskatoon. Our conversation took us on a winding journey through many experiences from my varied career to date.
Ned is a Saskatoon journalistic icon – and a real fine fellow – who has spent much of his professional life shining the spotlight on the comings, goings, and doings of so many who live in and travel through our community.
I’m always amazed to see how an interview that covers so much territory comes together so well.
Thanks, also, to Cam Hutchinson at the Express for connecting me with Ned for the interview, and for including images from the book in the article. I must say, it was quite a surprise to find my smiling face on the front page!
If you’d like to read the complete article this link will take you to the Saskatoon Express edition (Vol 11, Issue 9, Week of March 10, 2014) in which it appears.
You’ll find the story on pages one and four.
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