December 27, 2008

Double Lives in the Vancouver Courier

Double Lives co-editor Fiona Lam discusses children, writing, and everything in between with Vancouver Courier author, Michael Kissinger.

"What destroys more writers than sunlight, absinthe addiction and ill-fitting berets combined? Having kids. Which is why an anthology like Double Lives: Writing and Motherhood is such a marvel. Not only is it the first Canadian literary anthology that focuses on mothering and writing, it was edited by three writers who happen to be mothers, Shannon Cowan, Cathy Stonehouse and Fiona Tinwei Lam. A former lawyer and accomplished poet, Lam took time from her busy schedule to nurture the Courier's 10 Questions and discuss mom jeans, her intimate knowledge of Raffi and how much her six-year-old son Robbie gets for allowance..."

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