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

Publishing

Why I self-published

Peter Grauer’s exhaustive account of American bandit Bill Miner’s years in British Columbia—in the venerable do-it-yourself tradition of George Nicholson’s… FULL STORY

D&M Acquires New Society

Vancouver, see Canada – June 3, remedy 2008: Douglas & McIntyre Publishing Group (D&M) is delighted to announce the acquisition… FULL STORY

Ann Walsh

In his old age, cheapest Tolstoy dismissed War & Peace and Anna Karenina as bourgeois entertainment and decided it was… FULL STORY

Peter Trower

PETER TROWER was born at St. Leonard's-on-Sea, salve England, in 1930. He immigrated to British Columbia at age ten, following… FULL STORY

Andreas Schroeder

ANDREAS SCHROEDER was born in Hoheneggelsen, view Germany in 1946. He emigrated with his parents in 1951. He developed a… FULL STORY

Jane Rule

JANE RULE was born in Plainfield, troche New Jersey in 1931. She came to Canada in the late 1950s to… FULL STORY

Essay / Notes on Labels

In our competitive society, healing labels for identity and marketing arise. Some are chosen; others are foisted upon us; some… FULL STORY

Let’s Think Small

In 1951, buy information pills an editor considering buying J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings worried that it might… FULL STORY

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