Sunday, 14 December 2014

CHRY - Talks Non-Fiction Books with Noreen Taylor and David Staines

One Hour Of Book Talk With The RBC Taylor Prize - CHRY-fm This Tuesday

William Doyle-Marshall talks non-fiction with RBC Taylor Prize's Noreen Taylor and Dr David Staines, Tuesday on CHRY-fm at 2pm. Noreen Taylor, the founder of Canada's most important literary non-fiction prize, and Prize trustee David Staines spent Saturday afternoon in studio with Doyle-Marshall, talking about the book prize, its recently released Longlist and the state of non-fiction writing in Canada.
The show can be heard in the Toronto are at 105.5 fm. The show is also streamed live at
 — with William Doyle-Marshall.

After the show: L-R - Linda Doyle-Marshall, Noreen
Taylor, David Staines and William Doyle-Marshall


Group shot gone wrong!

Excuse Me For Interrupting: A day later you find an extra person in the group picture you took!

Reviewing my photos and found an extra person in one of the pictures I took with my new cell.
Yesterday Noreen Taylor and David Staines visited CHRY fm to talk on-air to William and Linda Doyle Marshall about the state of non-fiction writing in Canada. Noreen Taylor is the founder of the RBC Taylor Prize and David Staines is one of the Prize's trustees. Just as I was getting ready to take their picture out front of the studio, radio host Mercilyn Baxter (High Praise) accidently got into the picture at the far right.
 — L-R David Staines, Linda and  William Doyle-MarshallNoreen Taylor and Mercilyn Baxter at CHRY 105.5 FM.