From the Klondike to Berlin

For World War I, nearly 1,000 Yukoners enlisted–that’s a much higher rate per capita than the rest of Canada–and they also donated twelve times more money per capita FULL STORY

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Frozen but fearless

Trapped on the second-highest peak in North America, Mount Logan, during an extratropical cyclone would be a mountaineer’s worst nightmare…. FULL STORY

Sveva revisited

In her forthcoming book Reading Sveva (Talonbooks $17.95), Daphne Marlatt will respond to the life and paintings of Sveva Caetani,… FULL STORY

From Phyllis to Maite

The first Greenpeace ship in 1971 was the Phyllis Cormack, abortion a converted fishing vessel that was sent to protest… FULL STORY

Emily X 2

Born in 1910, Carol Pearson was a friend and student of Emily Carr who published her fond recollections of Carr… FULL STORY

Flett not fleeting

Julie Flett’s story board book for infants, Little You (Orca 2013), with text by Richard Van Camp, has reportedly sold… FULL STORY

Better late than ever

In preparing an ebook version of John Armstrong’s Wages, New Star Books discovered an entire section of the manuscript, about… FULL STORY

Apocalypse Then

How can you not pay attention to a novelist who plays guitar in a punk band called 12 Gauge Facial… FULL STORY

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