Jenna Knorr is a writer and podcaster from Fredericton, New Brunswick. She has a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from St. Thomas University and a Master of Library and Information Studies from Dalhousie University. In addition to working on Welcome To Tinsel Town, Jenna was the co-host of the podcast The Rules (with Adam Ganong), and has written and performed in audiodramas for the Breadcrumbs podcast. You can also read her writing on Breadcrumbs, The East Mag, and Dal News and see her illustration in Bec & Call by Jenna Lyn Albert.
In this cross-cultural exchange podcast, hosts Jenna and Chidochashe use the Historica Canada Heritage Minutes as a vehicle to examine Canadian history. In this episode, we're joined by Douglas Walbourne-Gough, to talk Jacques Cartier, Canada's OG colonizer and... treasure smuggler? We dig deeper into our emerging meta-narrative of the responsibility behind storytelling, and who decides what is kept and what gets cut. Hosts: Jenna Knorr and Chidochashe Madanhi Guest: Douglas Walbourne-Gough Producer: Adam Ganong Editor: Jenna Knorr Theme Music: Adam Ganong Sources: - “Jacques Cartier” from Historica Canada Heritage Minutes - The Canadian Encyclopedia articles for Jacques Cartier and the Iroquois - The article “Origin of the Name Canada” from the Government of Canada - “Henry VIII and Francis I, The Final Conflict: 1540-1547” from History of Warfare Vol. 66 by David Linley Potter Douglas Walbourne-Gough is a poet and the author of CROW GULCH published by Goose Lane Editions in 2019. Available at indie bookstores across Canada and at www.gooselane.com. You can learn more about Douglas at www.walbournegough.com. This podcast is produced ad recorded on unceded Wolastoqiyik and Mi'kmaq land.
In this cross-cultural exchange podcast, hosts Jenna and Chidochashe use the Historica Canada Heritage Minutes as a vehicle to examine Canadian history. In this episode, we're joined by our producer Adam Ganong to talk the history of John Cabot, the Atlantic Cod fishery, and the cautionary tales that usually ride on the coattails of hubris. Hosts: Jenna Knorr and Chidochashe Madanhi Guest: Adam Ganong Producer: Adam Ganong Editor: Jenna Knorr Theme Music: Adam Ganong Sources: - “John Cabot” from Historica Canada Heritage Minutes - The Canadian Encyclopedia - The article “The Island of the Seven Cities” from Geographical Review - The article “Global Consequences of Overfishing” from the Fisheries and Oceans Canada This podcast is produced ad recorded on unceded Wolastoqiyik and Mi'kmaq land.
In this cross-cultural exchange podcast, hosts Jenna and Chidochashe use the Historica Canada Heritage Minutes as a vehicle to examine Canadian history. In this episode, we're joined by guest Amanda Sarty (@amandafoote) to talk the history of the Vikings in Newfoundland, the province's Indigenous peoples, and the challenges facing archivists and storytelling in a modern world. Hosts: Jenna Knorr and Chidochashe Madanhi Guest: Amanda Sarty Producer: Adam Ganong Editor: Jenna Knorr Theme Music: Adam Ganong Sources: - “Vikings” from Historica Canada Heritage Minutes - The Canadian Encyclopedia - Parks Canada - "The Norse in the North Atlantic" from Heritage Newfoundland & Labrador This podcast is produced ad recorded on unceded Wolastoqiyik and Mi'kmaq land.
elm & ampersand is a poetry podcast hosted by Jenna Lyn Albert and Rebecca Salazar. It is recorded in Fredericton, New Brunswick, on the unceded and traditional territories of the Wolastoqiyik and the Mi'kmaq. In this episode, we catch up with Amanda Jernigan and Rob Taylor, who were in town on tour for the anthology BEST CANADIAN POETRY 2019 (Biblioasis, 2019). They also discuss the book WHAT THE POETS ARE DOING (Nightwood Editions, 2018) for which Rob served as editor. Amanda reads the prologue from YEARS, MONTHS, AND DAYS (Biblioasis, 2018) and Rob reads "Twenty-Four Weeks" from THE NEWS (Gaspereau Press, 2016). If you are able, please donate to the legal fund for the Wet'suwet'en land defenders: https://actionnetwork.org/fundraising/unistoten2020legalfund/ Jenna Lyn is offering poetry feedback to anyone who wishes to donate and send their proof of donation to us via social media. We're @elm_ampersand on Twitter and elm & ampersand on Facebook. Hosts: Jenna Lyn Albert and Rebecca Salazar Producer and Editor: Jenna Knorr Intro Music: Adam Washburn This podcast is made possible by the City of Fredericton.
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Creator Details

Birthdate
Sep 21st, 1992
Location
New Brunswick, Canada
Episode Count
77
Podcast Count
12
Total Airtime
1 day, 4 hours
PCID
Podchaser Creator ID logo 627694