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Janice MacDonald interview airs on CKUA ArtBeat

The CKUA ArtBeat program airs an interview with Janice Macdonald

February 19, 12:30pm
Alberta Radio
17 transmitters carry CKUA’s signal on AM and FM radio throughout Alberta

Includes interview and recordings of Janice reading segments of Hang Down Your Head. The show will promote Janice's upcoming appearance at the Folkways Alive Winter Roots & Blues Roundup Festival on February 25.

Janice MacDonald is featured on the most recent cover of Edmonton Woman magazine -- get your copy today!

About Hang Down Your Head: A Randy Craig Mystery:

Some folks have a talent for finding trouble, no matter how good they try to be, especially Randy Craig. Maybe she shouldn’t date a cop. Maybe she should have turned down the job at the Folkways Collection library—a job that became a nightmare when a rich benefactor’s belligerent heir turned up dead.

Randy tried to be good—honest!—but now she’s a prime suspect with a motive and no alibi in sight.

About Janice MacDonald:

Janice MacDonald holds a Master’s in English Literature from the University of Alberta where she has worked as a sessional lecturer, radio producer and bartender.  She also spent a decade teaching literature, communications and creative writing at Grant MacEwan College and has held positions as both an online chatroom monitor, and distance course instructor. A consummate folkie, she plays five-string banjo, fiddle, guitar, and piano, wrote the music and lyrics for two touring historical musicals and has been a singer/songwriter. Janice lives in Edmonton with her husband Randy and is the proud mother of two glorious grown girls.

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