Former host of CHOM JAZZ, Jim Little has written for various web sites and publications, including The Gazette, Montreal weeklies Hour and the Mirror, www.jazzmontreal.com, Coda, dig! (Winnipeg), MTL, Montreal Magazine, The Montreal Daily News, Ottawa Revue, and Vibrations Magazine (Montreal).
A talented artist, Little's drawings have appeared in his chapbooks (see Selected Publication Credits below) and in the British journal, Modern English Teacher. His photos have appeared in Hour and on the jazzmontreal web site. The courtroom artist in the Poundmaker episode of the NFB Chiefs series, his drawing of the actor playing Poundmaker is prominently featured.
For more about his radio, film and TV work, as well as poetry performance, see https://www.actra.ca/actra/control/pro_bio?profileID=087840EF5EDEEBC2&emailId=null
SELECTED PUBLICATION CREDITS
Could Be: New Fiction (Mezzoforte, 2012)
"First lay teacher led storied life in late 1700s" - The Gazette, November 26, 2011.
"Train Ride" - Quebec Writing Competition shortlist, summer 2011.
Drawings and text, "Lacrosse: Canada's Oldest Sport" - The Tin Lantern (Chateau Ramezay newsletter), June 2011.
"Celebrating Montreal's Mr. Jazz"- August 5, 2009 http://roverarts.com/2009/08/celebrating-montreal's-mr-jazz/ Meet New Poems (Mezzoforte), 2006.
"Portrait of a Musical Life" review of Marthe Sansregret's Oliver Jones: The Musician, the Man (XYZ Publishing), The Gazette, August 26, 2006.
Club sandwich and other stories (Mezzoforte), 2004.
"The Museum of What Could Have Been" - CBC Literary Awards shortlist 2004.
CD liner notes, Billy Bang Big Bang Theory (Justin Time), 2000.
"Keeping Canadian Time" - review of Mark Miller
"Such Melodious Racket: The Lost History of Jazz in Canada, 1914-1949" (Mercury Press), The Gazette, February 28, 1998
CD liner notes, Monik Nordine not just to but over the moon (MoZo), 1998.
Translation of CD liner notes, François Richard Quartet Coincidence (DSM), 1998.
CD liner notes, Charlie Biddle In Good Company (Justin Time), 1996.
"Old Munich transformed into 1,200-seat blues club" The Gazette, March 2, 1995.
"Animal Intelligence." In Holunga, S., Paulaskas, S., and Seright, L., Ticket to English 4. Montreal: Les Editions HRW ltee, 1988.