A therapeutic walk on the wild side

Vanquishing the stress of O’Bomber, Harper & Justin with salmonberry blossoms and levitation on the Leiner Boardwalk.  FULL STORY

Braches, Fred by Guillermo Garcia

Most research on B.C. authors is done outside of our universities by the likes of Fred Braches.

Getting the goods on Godwin

Fred Braches has unearthed new information about George Godwin (1889–1974) who wrote two B.C. novels, The Eternal Forest (1929) and Why Stay We Here? (1930).

Now Braches has produced a monograph that includes revelations from Godwin’s correspondence. FULL STORY

Cameron, Stevie Pickton farm site

Pickton & popcorn

Filming is scheduled to start this week in Vancouver for a CBC movie about the murders on Robert Pickton’s hog… FULL STORY

Sea Among Us WEB version

Strait goods

Dick Beamish and Sandy McFarlane invited ten other experts to help them complete an unprecedented, 384-page book about the geology,… FULL STORY

Godwin, George and  his wife Dorothy

One Book Whonnock

One of the books they’ve selected is the 1994 edited version of The Eternal Forest by George Godwin. by Fred… FULL STORY


The roving bookseller

David Ellis’s father was pioneer B.C. bookseller Bill Ellis who served on the Native Arts and Crafts Committee, alongside Jim… FULL STORY

Jang, Lucia

Lucia’s choice

During yet another famine, Lucia Jang was expected to choose between aborting her late-term baby or give it up to… FULL STORY

Maud, Ralph horizontal original Anick Violette Studio

Ralph Maud (1928-2014)

Born on December 24, 1928, Ralph Maud was an iconoclastic professor and eccentric pamphleteer who died on December 8, 2014…. FULL STORY

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