Author, poet and publisher Howard White lives and works on the Sunshine Coast.
Shadows in our sunshine
A new collection of stories from the Sunshine Coast includes a tribute to one of B.C.'s most venerable authors.
Howard White’s Here on the Coast: Reflections from the Rainbelt culminates with a sketch about Hubert Evans, who lived in Robert’s Creek. FULL STORY
The fifth installment in her B.C. Blues Crime series follows the model created by police procedural writers who focus on… FULL STORY
In a new graphic novel, Myriam Steinberg shares her tumultuous and at times heart-breaking journey through several miscarriages to at last… FULL STORY
A small loosely-knit group, the Vancouver School of Yiddish translators has come together to remedy the loss of their culture’s… FULL STORY
Vrba was one of only five men to break out of Auschwitz. His escape and what he told the authorities… FULL STORY
Empowered by her own voice, Mary Jayne Blackmore says she is compelled to keep asking the big questions of womanhood… FULL STORY
Quarmby writes about washing up on shore with “nothing but wilderness between me and the next polar bear,” total daylight,… FULL STORY
Along with “new” Holocaust stories, purportedly some of the last in living memory to be recorded, Schallie’s book combines Jewish scholarship,… FULL STORY
Amanda Watson explores the mythology of the contemporary mother in the media: a typically white, middle-class woman on the verge of… FULL STORY
Gilly is a whiz at running her boat: she catches fish; she consoles a multi-millionaire who loses a trophy-sized tyee… FULL STORY
Like environmental crusader Greta Thunberg, Bakan believes CEOs are making it look like real action is happening when little is… FULL STORY
The heroine, Annie, is beckoned back in time to the 10th century by a great-aunt to set sail on a… FULL STORY
For his extensive contributions as a scholar, writer and educator, and for his wide-ranging philanthropy, B.C. author Yosef Wosk has… FULL STORY
Dyslexia-friendly features include shaded paper to cut down on contrast, a font that mimics printed letters, extra spacing between words… FULL STORY
While Davis bemoans the degradation of American culture as evidenced by the bizarre ascension of a liar and a cheat,… FULL STORY
“We at Banyen are stoked to help (in our bookstorely way) all us humans to upgrade our nature-and-heart-based operating systems.”… FULL STORY
June Hutton and her husband Tony Wanless wrote the book together, leaving in his spelling mistakes, to shine a light… FULL STORY
Renate Belcyzk and Sigrid Hirte’s advice for a successful trip: be positive, keep an open heart and take a chance.
Sarah Louise Butler’s debut novel never mentions the words Sasquatch or Bigfoot. Rather the mysterious primate is a universal symbol… FULL STORY
Her 16 essays are “thought-provoking” says reviewer Ian Chunn and give opportunities to ponder how the difficulties of colonialism can… FULL STORY