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Margaret Atwood: Haunted by The Handmaid's Tale | …

In an interview with in the Boston Review, author the shocking fact that Toronto’s two preeminent “global superstars” — Margaret Atwood and Drake — have never met face-to-face.

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Margaret Atwood: 'Am I A Bad Feminist?' - The Globe and Mail

Margaret Atwood: Louise, you were writing away at Future Home of the Living God—starring Cedar, your pregnant heroine—but then you put it in a drawer. However, just recently you took it out of the drawer and finished it, in what must have been a blue-hot blaze of energy. Why did you stop writing it? And what made you resurrect it?

Margaret Atwood and Elisabeth Moss on the Urgency ..

Yes, it sounds familiar, doesn’t it—unless you’ve been living under a rock and missed
cleaning up at the Emmys, or the fact that the book by the great Margaret Atwood has been on Amazon’s list of its top-20 most-read books for months.
So who better to interview Erdrich about her new novel than Atwood? Lo and behold: They agreed! Over the summer, the two writers—one in Toronto, one in Minnesota—amid jaunts to the Arctic and Winnipeg, engaged in a cross-border digital interview about the novel, their prophetic fears, politics, climate change, and why we idealize Canada.