McLennan, Don #2

From Diapers Hill to Widows’ Hill

Homes in Don McLellan’s old Renfrew Heights neighbourhood now sell for a million-plus. He remembers when it was a low budget haven for returning veterans.    FULL STORY


Darren Groth says disability is too often portrayed in fiction as ‘other’ rather than ‘another.’

ASD brother, where art thou?

Darren Groth has been nominated for a Governor General's Award for his engaging and heartfelt Are You Seeing Me? (Orca $19.95), about how a family copes with a teenager born with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

The winner will be announced on October 28. FULL STORY

Milner, Donna in her Chilcton cabin

Don’t bet against her

Upon the publication of Donna Milner’s first novel, After River—since republished in twelve countries and translated into eight languages—Milner’s husband,… FULL STORY

Jackson, Zacccheos 2014 photo Chris Randle

Zaccheus remembered

Thursday, August 27 marks the first anniversary of his tragic death. From infancy, Zaccheus Jackson of the Piikani First Nation… FULL STORY

Bracewell, Gerry on porch at home

The pride of Tatlayoko

We’ve asked Cariboo-Chilcotin journalist Sage Birchwater to comment on Gerry Bracewell’s memoir, Gerry Get Your Gun (Caitlin $24.95), released by… FULL STORY

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