The last time we talked to tonight’s guest it was about her new Christmas-themed children’s book Beneath That Star. But being an author isn’t Sally Meadows (http://sallymeadows.com/home) only skill: she’s also a talented musician with two full-length CDs and now, a new single to her credit.
Poet and editor D. S. Martin (http://dsmartin.ca/) is currently working on not one, but two poetry anthologies. The first is an anthology of contemporary Christian poetry that will make clear the significant contributions Christians continue to make in the world culture in the form of poetry.
Susan Doherty (http://susandohertyhannaford.com/) has combined her interests in music and de-stigmatizing mental health issues to create the award-winning novel A Secret Music.
Arts Connection for Monday, August 1, 2016 - Johnny Wideman - New Theatre of the Beat play: "Yellow Bellies"
Theatre of the Beat has been known to tackle challenging social justice topic such as draft dodging, marriage, justice and homosexuality in its plays. The company’s latest production Yellow Bellies, was performed earlier this month at the Global Mennonite Peacebuilding Conference and Festival in Waterloo and looked at the stories of Conscientious Objectors during World War Two.
Tonight’s guest has a string of award-winning books and stories to her credit. Her most recent endeavour is a series of mystery novellas, the first of which, “The Case of the Homeless Pup” was launched via social media recently. J.A.