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

W is for Windley

November 04th, 2020

Midnight Train to Prague (HarperCollins $24.99), about a young woman caught up in World War II’s tragic turmoil is Carol Windley’s fourth title. The protagonist, Natalie Faber looks for her husband in Prague but ends up in a concentration camp where she makes a strong connection with a young girl named Anna. Windley’s story collection Home Schooling (Comorant 2006) won the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize; and Visible Light (Oolichan, 1993) took the Bumbershoot/Weyerhaeuser Prize. 978-1443461023

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