The Stuph File Program
Featuring Aaron Donaldson, author of The Alien Movie Project: Studying the Narrative, Affective and Production Politics of Alien Stories in Cinema; Arlene Duane Hemingway, author of A Twist of Lemon: 100 Curious Stories in Exactly 100 Words; & Stuart Nulman with Book Banter
Aaron Donaldson is a lecturer at Cal Poly Humboldt in California, in the Department of Communication, teaching critical thinking, persuasive speaking, speech and debate, and rhetorical theory. He’s the author of the e-textbook called The Alien Movie Project: Studying the Narrative, Affective and Production Politics of Alien Stories in Cinema.
Arlene Duane Hemingway, author of A Twist of Lemon: 100 Curious Stories in Exactly 100 Words, talks about drabbles. A drabble is a short work of fiction of precisely one hundred words in length.
Stuart Nulman with another edition of Book Banter. This week’s reviewed title is From Saturday Night to Sunday Night by Dick Ebersol (Simon & Schuster, $38.99). You can also read Stuart’s reviews in The Montreal Times.
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This week’s guest slate is presented by Montreal actor, Michael Rudder.
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