Guide to Literary Landmarks featured on CKUA

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Sarah Hoyles of CKUA Radio was kind enough to give us a call last week about the April issue’s Guide to Literary Landmarks, which compiles some of the most memorable locations associated with Alberta writers and the works they pen. Check out her interview with Departments Editor Doug Horner and Editorial Assistant Miranda Martini about mapping Alberta through the arts on ArtBeat, CKUA’s flagship arts and culture program.

Haven’t had a chance to pick up a copy of the April issue yet? Read the Guide to Literary Landmarks here.

Click here for the full episode of this week’s ArtBeat.

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