This week we are doing something a little different with our preview episode. This year’s NH PoutineFest sold out in under nine hours, if you missed out on tickets fear not! Jesse and Mike talk about an upcoming contest for two free tickets to Poutinefest. Then Jesse and Mike recap their trip to UMaine Orono to the annual Rassemblement. Jesse then talks about David Vermette’s talk at the Dana Center. Next week’s guest is Patrick Lacroix and Jesse will let you know some of the highlights of that episode and the bonus clip is about how to pronounce his name correctly.
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This week our full discussion with Susan Pinette is here. Susan is the Director of Franco-American Programs at the University of Maine Orono. Some highlights of the conversation are what current UMaine students think of Cultural Identity, what classifies as French-Canandian Literature and they discuss the annual event Rassemblement held in Orono. This year Rassemblement is April 26th – 28th and we will be there to make a presentation about the podcast. We hope you enjoy the episode!
This week we have the preview of our discussion with Susan Pinette. Susan is the Director of Franco-American Program at the University of Maine Orono. Next week’s interview covers what current UMaine students think of Cultural Identity, what makes something French-Canadian literature and the annual event Rassemblement held in Orono. For the bonus clip Jesse asks about pork pie…and it doesn’t go as planned. Enjoy the preview and check back next week for the full interview.
This week we have our full interview with Juliana L’Heureux. Juliana is a prolific writer who has published a new article every week for over thirty years. While thinking up ideas for the show Jesse came across an article she recently wrote titled “What to Call Ourselves”. He thought it would be a fantastic starting point for an interesting conversation. Read more of her blogs for the Bangor Daily News here. Also follow her Maine Writer blog.
This week Jesse introduces our next guest Juliana L’Heureux. Juliana has been writing a new article every week for over thirty years. She recently wrote an article titled “What to Call Ourselves” and Jesse thought it would be a fantastic starting point for an interesting conversation. For a bonus clip he asks how to properly pronounce her name and she explains the meaning of her name. Check back next week for the full interview.