#0468: Dennis Palumbo; Ernie Smith; & Stuart Nulman
Dennis Palumbo, author of the Daniel Rinaldi mysteries, is also a psychotherapist. He’s back on the show, wearing his therapist hat to talk about getting inside the head of writers, based on an article he wrote for the summer issue of Suspense Magazine (his article can be found at the link on Page 100). His fifth novel in the Daniel Rinaldi series is out called Head Wounds.
Ernie Smith, founder of Tedium, on the history of disposable cameras.
Stuart Nulman with another edition of Book Banter. This week’s reviewed title is The Last Black Unicorn by Tiffany Haddish (Gallery Books, $35). You can also read Stuart’s reviews in The Montreal Times.
This week’s opening slate is presented by actor Peter Keleghan. You can see him as Meyers on Murdoch Mysteries and Richard on Workin’ Moms, both on CBC. And if you find yourself in St. Catherines, Ontario this month of August check out his first stage play in decades called Renovations for Six at the Foster Festival.
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