Keller gets Woodcock Award

She wrote 17 books, edited dozens more, mentored numerous writers and founded the ongoing Festival of the Written Arts in Sechelt. Now, Betty Keller (left) is honoured for outstanding literary career. FULL STORY

Tragedy, addiction, chaos

September 01st, 2020

Tragedy strikes twice in one year for Rosemary Keevil when she loses her brother to AIDS and her husband to cancer. Left to raise two young daughters on her own, her addiction issues get worse. The high-functioning radio host decides to go into rehab. But rather than bringing tranquility to her family, more chaos ensues. Keevil reveals all in The Art of Losing It: A Memoir of Grief and Addiction (She Writes Press $16.95). 978-1-63152-777-7

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