March's Author of the Month is Paul Nicholas Mason. Paul is the author of three novels, one short fiction collection, and two plays.  In 19 Questions about Process: An interview with Paul Nicholas Mason, he shares a few thoughts about his creative process.

April is National Poetry Month and who better to be our Author of the Month than Dennis Cooley. The author or editor of over twenty books, Dennis has been influential on the Canadian, and in particular the prairie, poetic landscape. In 19 Questions about Process: An interview with Dennis Cooley, he shares a few thoughts about his creative process.

Dave Williamson is May's Author of the Month. Dave is the author of six works of fiction, a memoir as well as drama for television and stage and over 1,000 book reviews. In 19 questions about Process: An Interview with Dave Williamson, he shares a few thoughts about his creative process.

Jeffrey John Eyamie is June's Author of the Month. Eyamie's debut literary novel, No Escape from Greatness is making people laugh from coast to coast and beyond. In 19 Questions about Process: An Interview with Jeffrey John Eyamie, he shares a few thoughts about his creative process.

Carla Funk is July's Author of the Month. Carla's fifth book of poetry, Gloryland, is a meditation on endings and offers poems for an apocalypic age. In 19 Questions about Process: An Interview with Carla Funk, she shares a few thoughts about her creative process.

Larry Verstraete is August's Author of the Month. The award-winning author of 13 books of nonfiction, Verstraete turned his eye to the Western Interiror Seaway with his newest title, 'Dinosaurs' of the Deep: Discover Ancient Marine Reptiles. In 19 Questions about Process: An Interview with Larry Verstraete, he shares a few thoughts about his creative process.

Sharron Arksey is September's Author of the Month. A journalist by training, Arksey's turned her eye to fiction in her debut novel The Waiting Place. In 19 Questions about Process: An Interview with Sharron Arksey, she shares a few thoughts about her creative process.

October's Author of the Month is Wayne Arthurson. Wayne joins us from our  RavenstoneRavenstone imprint  and is our first genre writer to be featured as part of Turnstone's AOTM series. A journalist, freelance writer and the author of over a dozen books, Wayne Arthurson is the 2016 Writer-in-Residence at the Edmonton Public Library. Fall from Grace, the second novel in his popular Leo Desroches series, won the 2012 Alberta Readers’ Choice Award. The Sergeant Neumann Mysteries is his latest mystery series that looks at the intrigues of a POW camp near Lethbridge, Alberta during the second World War. In 19 Questions about Process: An Interview with Wayne Arthurson  he shares a few thoughts about his creative process.

Katherine Lawrence is November's Author of the Month. The author of three collection of poetry, Katherine's work has been recognized with several awards. Among other awards, her work has won Best First Book, Saskatchewan Book Awards, the City of Regina Writing Award, and the John V. Hicks Long Manuscript Award.  In 19 Questions about Process: An Interview with Katherine Lawrence, she shares a few thoughts about her creative process.

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