Gathie Falk's sculptural ceramic fruit piles at Equinox Gallery 2015. Scott Massey photo.
Gathie Falk was one of the few women who excelled in the "boy's club" of B.C.'s experimental art scene in the 1960s.
Robin Laurence has traced Falk’s productivity from a Mennonite upbringing to Western Front frontierism in Apples, etc.: An Artist’s Memoir. FULL STORY
Their co-author Art Twomey died tragically in a helicopter crash in the Purcell Mountains in 1997. Searching for Tao Canyon… FULL STORY
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Review Anna Hall calls it “an exceptional book and a significant contribution to the conservation of killer whales.” Orca: How… FULL STORY
It has now propelled a new book into the world about the quintessential Kwakwaka’wakw artist and activist Beau Dick. Beau… FULL STORY
By the end of his life, Reid had published two books and served time in more than 20 American and… FULL STORY
There were times when Chelene Knight slept in her shoes in case her mother might tell her to leave in… FULL STORY
A B.C. guys visits every country on the planet in a mere 23 years, without a camera, to discover, “Good… FULL STORY
As Katherine Luo makes clear in her memoir, The Unceasing Storm, it mostly ruined Chinese lives instead. The Unceasing Storm:… FULL STORY
Even though the reclusive Hughes looked like Thomas Hardy, he became a star in his eighties. * “B.C. is the… FULL STORY
A Malaspina grad is now one of the country’s most sought-after sculptors. Review by Maria Tippett. Life and Bronze: A… FULL STORY
Reviewer Eldon Yellowhorn concludes Indian Horse “is the composition that will forever evoke the name Richard Wagamese.” Indian Horse By… FULL STORY
Rob Shaw and Richard Zussman claim that Christy Clark was also unable to convince L.G. Judith Guichon to send voters… FULL STORY
He recommends Rachel Notley and Justin Trudeau would do well to pick up a copy of City On Edge with… FULL STORY
In The Canadian Party System we learn only three leaders in that party’s entire history have not become prime minister…. FULL STORY
While covering the Franklin story, the Pulitzer Prize winning journalist got sacked for blowing the whistle on Prime Minister Harper’s… FULL STORY
In the ’30s and ’40s, he became a leftist in response to the intransigence of the authorities; he later became… FULL STORY
He also criticizes Parks Canada for terminating its warden service in 2008, leaving trails without maintenance and parks without environmental… FULL STORY
But there’s nothing like a personal reminiscence–or three–to reveal how extraordinary and perplexing and difficult and odd he could be.
Now she’s written a memoir about adjusting to life in a 6.4 million hectare wilderness area in the northern Rockies…. FULL STORY