Louise Penny – Why Creativity Can Look Like Doing Nothing
In the tranquil village of Three Pines, murder and mystery lurk. But like the Mounties, chief inspector Gamache always gets his man. The kindly cop is the creation of leading Canadian writer Louise Penny. As she completes her latest novel - Glass Houses - she reveals to Jennifer Chevalier how she gets inspiration from the changing Quebec landscape and despite publishing a a book a year, why her creative process can look like she’s doing nothing at all.
Producer: Andrea Kidd