Katherine Ashenburg she shares her creative process and how she went about writing Her Turn. This program is moderated by Globe and Mail columnist, Liz Renzetti.

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Watch Katherine Ashenburg, as she shares her creative process and how she went about writing Her Turn, her witty, contemporary new novel about a forty-something newspaper columnist navigating her bold next chapter, set in Washington against the 2015 US presidential primary. This program is moderated by Globe and Mail columnist, Liz Renzetti.

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Start Date August 12, 2021

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