ᓂᑲᐃᐧᕀ Drank herself gone

“Wanda John-Kehewin (at left) uses words in both Cree and English to find her righteous anger and fight colonial oppression in her latest collection of poetry. Reviewed here by Carellin Brooks.FULL STORY

 

 

Bill Arnott's Viking expeditions have earned him a Fellowship at London’s Royal Geographical Society.


A “Gone Viking” excursion … in BC

EXCERPT: "Gone Viking III: The Holy Grail" by Bill Arnott.

Arnott’s series of travel memoirs retracing Viking journeys all lead back to British Columbia where he sees similarities in Indigenous communities. Boat materials and routes vary but all have “an eye to an endless horizon,” he explains here. FULL STORY

Funny about murder

In the second Priscilla Tempest Mystery series installment, the plucky heroine is a murder suspect but can’t provide an alibi… FULL STORY

Lessons from the bard

Dickson co-authored a book examining four of Shakespeare’s plays that she says “engage in conversations about hope, empathy and love,… FULL STORY

Great mind, sad life

A new biography of Ron Thom is an insightful and enlightening examination of a brilliant Canadian architect who returned from… FULL STORY

The quiet reckoning

Reviewing The Quiet In Me: Poems by Patrick Lane, Trevor Carolan writes “This is the receding artist’s sayonara, when love… FULL STORY

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