CBC’s All in a Day Book Panel – February 2017

07/02/2017

On February 6th 2017, CBC's All In A Day Book Panel discussed midwinter reads. OPL's Ann Archer and Ottawa International Writers Festival's Sean Wilson have 4 book picks for cold February nights. Listen in to find out more of what Ann Archer and Sean Wilson are suggesting for your bookshelf this month.

Ann Archer's Picks:

  • Unearthed: Love, Acceptance and Other Lessons from an Abandoned Garden by Alexandra Risen
  • Peacock and Vine: Fortuny and Morris in Life and at Work by A. S. Byatt
Sean Wilson's Picks: 
  • Hope Has Two Daughters by Monia Mazigh
  • Civil Wars: A History in Ideas by David Armitage

If you missed them on the radio you can still listen to the podcast online at the following link:

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/programs/allinaday/midwinter-picks-from-the-book-panel-1.3969579

 

 

Image: Unearthed

Unearthed

Love, Acceptance and Other Lessons From An Abandoned Garden
By Risen, Alexandra
Image: Unearthed

Unearthed

Love, Acceptance, and Other Lessons From An Abandoned Garden
By Risen, Alexandra
Image: Peacock & Vine

Peacock & Vine

Fortuny and Morris in Life and at Work
By Byatt, A. S.
Image: Civil Wars

Civil Wars

A History in Ideas
By Armitage, David