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When award-winning screenwriter Elan Mastai ("The F Word") submitted the manuscript for his first novel, "All Our Wrong Todays," it caused a bidding war among publishers, then another for the screen rights. Mastai talks to Nam Kiwanuka about the book: a utopian and dystopian trip through time that features a masterful exploration of modern life and the choices an individual must make.
Author Antanas Sileika is considered something of a cultural rock star in Lithuania, but he was actually born and raised in Canada, the son of Lithuanian refugees. He talks to Nam Kiwanuka about his cultural agility, the topic of his memoir, "The Barefoot Bingo Caller: A Memoir."
Growing up as the daughter of Korean immigrants, Ann Y.K. Choi often felt caught between two worlds. She explores this pressure, and all that comes with it, in her debut novel, "Kay's Lucky Coin Variety." She joins Nam Kiwanuka to discuss the novel, and capturing the Korean-Canadian experience.
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