Countless creatures stalk the windswept beaches, lonely stretches of tundra, craggy peaks, and deep forests… four-legged, two-legged, real and imaginary. Canada has its own cold kind of mythology, and just as many stories as landforms.
Animals of Canada is a podcast that mixes history, ghost tales, gossip and monsters, and explores a very big country one episode at a time.
Join us for new episodes, every second Tuesday.
Kim Bannerman lives on Vancouver Island, where she writes short stories, articles, and screenplays, and sometimes takes pretentious photos of herself sitting in the dirt while unexplicably reading a ridiculously old & dusty book. Her stories have appeared in journals like Room of One’s Own and Parabola Magazine, and in anthologies like Paraspheres (2006), 100 Stories for Queensland (2011), Wolf-Girls (2013), Girl at the End of the World (2013), and She’s Shameless (2009). Kim also writes novels, and you can learn more about them here. Kim and her husband Shawn Pigott run Fox&Bee Studio, and you can follow her on Twitter at @kbannerman.