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Katrina Sklepowich

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Book Reviews | Author Interviews | Literary News

Latest Episodes

Episode 15: Life, Fire, Prose

Hello listeners! I can’t believe today is the day – we’ve reached the end of Season 1 of the Literally, Katrina podcast! It’s been an incredible ride reading amazing books and chatting with extremely talented writers over the past year, and I’ve loved putting together these bi-weekly episodes. I hope you’ve enjoyed them, too! In … Continue reading "Episode 15: Life, Fire,Prose"

--2016 APR 5
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Episode 15: Life, Fire, Prose

Episode 14: Yann Martel on The High Mountains of Portugal

Hello lovely listeners! Yann Martel, author of brilliant award-winning novel Life of Pi(if you didn’t read the book, you may have seen the Oscar-winning film) was in Winnipeg last week promoting his new book The High Mountains of Portugal. A novel made up of three related-yet-unrelated stories – Homeless, Homeward, Home – tied together by … Continue reading "Episode 14: Yann Martel on The High Mountains ofPortugal"

--2016 MAR 21
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Episode 14: Yann Martel on The High Mountains of Portugal

Episode 13: Mennonite Girls Can Cook!

Hello listeners! On this week’s episode, I have the absolute pleasure of interviewing Charlotte Penner, contributor to the bestselling cookbook, Mennonite Girls Can Cook. Charlotte and I chat about the origins of the Mennonite Girls Can Cook group, and how this wonderful cookbook, whichincludes both traditional Mennonite and modern non-Mennonite recipes (all of them equally … Continue reading "Episode 13: Mennonite Girls CanCook!"

--2016 MAR 8
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Episode 13: Mennonite Girls Can Cook!

Episode 12: Canadian Policing in the 21st Century

Hello listeners! This week’s episode takes us away from fiction and into the world of policing in Canada. I interview Winnipeg’s own Bob Chrismas, a staff sergeant with the Winnipeg Police Service, and we talkabout his book Canadian Policing in the 21st Century: A Frontline Officer on Challenges and Changes. We also chat about his … Continue reading "Episode 12: Canadian Policing in the 21stCentury"

--2016 FEB 22
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Episode 12: Canadian Policing in the 21st Century

Episode 11: Barking from the Front Porch with Gerald Sliva

Hello listeners! In today’s episode, I chat with local author Gerald Sliva about his compilation of short stories and musings, Barking from the Front Porch. We talk small towns, being Ukrainian, and good farm-grown Prairie food– Gerald’s book also includes a few great recipes!Gerald also reads a hilarious excerpt from his book – listen in … Continue reading "Episode 11: Barking from the Front Porch with GeraldSliva"

--2016 FEB 9
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Episode 11: Barking from the Front Porch with Gerald Sliva

Episode 10: To Market, to Mark-it

Hello listeners! Thisweek’s episode is dedicated to the business of book markets. Three times ayear, St. Vital Mall hosts a book sale to raise funds for the Children’s Hospital, and this is where I buy most of my books for the year! You can’t beat the deals (new hardcovers for less than $5, softcovers for … Continue reading "Episode 10: To Market, toMark-it"

--2016 JAN 25
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Episode 10: To Market, to Mark-it

Episode 9: New year, new books!

Hello lovely listeners! Happy 2016 – I’m so happy to be back with more author interviews, book reviews, and other fun book things on the Literally, Katrina podcast! In today’s episode, I talk about some fantastic books I read over the holidays and I also review The Road to Atlantis, written by Canadian author Leo … Continue reading "Episode 9: New year, newbooks!"

--2016 JAN 12
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Episode 9: New year, new books!

Episode 8: It’s literally a cozy christmas

Hello listeners! In today’s episode of the Literally, Katrina podcast, we listen in on a chat the It’s Literally a Book Club had with local author Melinda Friesen(see photo above!), and I also reveal the winner of the #cozychristmas Instagram contest. It’s quite exciting! Take a listen: It was so great having Melinda join us! … Continue reading "Episode 8: It’s literally a cozychristmas"

--2015 DEC 22
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Episode 8: It’s literally a cozy christmas

Episode 7: panel time!

Hello listeners! On this week’s episode, I chat with an amazing group of fellow classmates about the writing process and what it’s like to be a first-time author. I also chat a little bit more about the #cozychristmas contest that’s going on right now. See below for how to enter – you will want this … Continue reading "Episode 7: paneltime!"

--2015 DEC 7
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Episode 7: panel time!

Episode 6: #CozyChristmas

Hello listeners, Episode 6 of the Literally, Katrina podcast is here – along with the snow! I personally love this time of year, and to honour the holiday season and the fact that Literally, Katrina is now on Instagram, I’m doing another book giveaway! Holla! Add @LitKatrina on Insta for your chance to win an … Continue reading "Episode 6: #CozyChristmas"

--2015 NOV 23
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Episode 6: #CozyChristmas
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Latest Episodes

Episode 15: Life, Fire, Prose

Hello listeners! I can’t believe today is the day – we’ve reached the end of Season 1 of the Literally, Katrina podcast! It’s been an incredible ride reading amazing books and chatting with extremely talented writers over the past year, and I’ve loved putting together these bi-weekly episodes. I hope you’ve enjoyed them, too! In … Continue reading "Episode 15: Life, Fire,Prose"

--2016 APR 5
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Episode 15: Life, Fire, Prose

Episode 14: Yann Martel on The High Mountains of Portugal

Hello lovely listeners! Yann Martel, author of brilliant award-winning novel Life of Pi(if you didn’t read the book, you may have seen the Oscar-winning film) was in Winnipeg last week promoting his new book The High Mountains of Portugal. A novel made up of three related-yet-unrelated stories – Homeless, Homeward, Home – tied together by … Continue reading "Episode 14: Yann Martel on The High Mountains ofPortugal"

--2016 MAR 21
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Episode 14: Yann Martel on The High Mountains of Portugal

Episode 13: Mennonite Girls Can Cook!

Hello listeners! On this week’s episode, I have the absolute pleasure of interviewing Charlotte Penner, contributor to the bestselling cookbook, Mennonite Girls Can Cook. Charlotte and I chat about the origins of the Mennonite Girls Can Cook group, and how this wonderful cookbook, whichincludes both traditional Mennonite and modern non-Mennonite recipes (all of them equally … Continue reading "Episode 13: Mennonite Girls CanCook!"

--2016 MAR 8
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Episode 13: Mennonite Girls Can Cook!

Episode 12: Canadian Policing in the 21st Century

Hello listeners! This week’s episode takes us away from fiction and into the world of policing in Canada. I interview Winnipeg’s own Bob Chrismas, a staff sergeant with the Winnipeg Police Service, and we talkabout his book Canadian Policing in the 21st Century: A Frontline Officer on Challenges and Changes. We also chat about his … Continue reading "Episode 12: Canadian Policing in the 21stCentury"

--2016 FEB 22
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Episode 12: Canadian Policing in the 21st Century

Episode 11: Barking from the Front Porch with Gerald Sliva

Hello listeners! In today’s episode, I chat with local author Gerald Sliva about his compilation of short stories and musings, Barking from the Front Porch. We talk small towns, being Ukrainian, and good farm-grown Prairie food– Gerald’s book also includes a few great recipes!Gerald also reads a hilarious excerpt from his book – listen in … Continue reading "Episode 11: Barking from the Front Porch with GeraldSliva"

--2016 FEB 9
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Episode 11: Barking from the Front Porch with Gerald Sliva

Episode 10: To Market, to Mark-it

Hello listeners! Thisweek’s episode is dedicated to the business of book markets. Three times ayear, St. Vital Mall hosts a book sale to raise funds for the Children’s Hospital, and this is where I buy most of my books for the year! You can’t beat the deals (new hardcovers for less than $5, softcovers for … Continue reading "Episode 10: To Market, toMark-it"

--2016 JAN 25
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Episode 10: To Market, to Mark-it

Episode 9: New year, new books!

Hello lovely listeners! Happy 2016 – I’m so happy to be back with more author interviews, book reviews, and other fun book things on the Literally, Katrina podcast! In today’s episode, I talk about some fantastic books I read over the holidays and I also review The Road to Atlantis, written by Canadian author Leo … Continue reading "Episode 9: New year, newbooks!"

--2016 JAN 12
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Episode 9: New year, new books!

Episode 8: It’s literally a cozy christmas

Hello listeners! In today’s episode of the Literally, Katrina podcast, we listen in on a chat the It’s Literally a Book Club had with local author Melinda Friesen(see photo above!), and I also reveal the winner of the #cozychristmas Instagram contest. It’s quite exciting! Take a listen: It was so great having Melinda join us! … Continue reading "Episode 8: It’s literally a cozychristmas"

--2015 DEC 22
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Episode 8: It’s literally a cozy christmas

Episode 7: panel time!

Hello listeners! On this week’s episode, I chat with an amazing group of fellow classmates about the writing process and what it’s like to be a first-time author. I also chat a little bit more about the #cozychristmas contest that’s going on right now. See below for how to enter – you will want this … Continue reading "Episode 7: paneltime!"

--2015 DEC 7
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Episode 7: panel time!

Episode 6: #CozyChristmas

Hello listeners, Episode 6 of the Literally, Katrina podcast is here – along with the snow! I personally love this time of year, and to honour the holiday season and the fact that Literally, Katrina is now on Instagram, I’m doing another book giveaway! Holla! Add @LitKatrina on Insta for your chance to win an … Continue reading "Episode 6: #CozyChristmas"

--2015 NOV 23
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Episode 6: #CozyChristmas
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