I’m just back from Montreal where I visited bookstores and spent a wonderful day doing radio programs all over the city. (As many of you know…my first leap into the world of writing came in the form of writing for radio. I LOVE radio.)
I’ll detail the rest of the trip soon, but if you’d like a taste of my day in beautiful Montreal, take a listen to the audio of the noon call-in show at CBC Quebec. It’s a lovely conversation about the inspiration behind the book, the history of midwifery, and midwifery in Canada today…hosted by the wonderful Anne Legace Dowson. The lines were jammed the entire time (thanks to everyone who called in!) and Marlene Den Hertog, Quebec midwife was also on the line to talk about the current status of midwifery in Quebec.
The program can be heard at the following site for the next week.
Scroll down the page a bit and there’s a listing of past phone-in shows, listed according to date. Each one is separated into two parts. PLEASE NOTE: The program aired Thursday March 2nd. Right now the note says: “How much do you want to know about the new Supreme Court Judge?” Pay no attention to the note…the March 2nd show is the one I was on.
Have a listen and let me know what you think!