Becoming a better animal

“In her acceptance speech for the George Ryga Award, wild salmon activist Alexandra Morton (left) says humans have to learn how to fit into this planet & stop destroying so much around us.FULL STORY




A whitewater life

A passion for whitewater kayaking led Tamar Glouberman to work as a raft and outdoor guide. Soon, she had opportunities… FULL STORY

Susan Lundy

Born in the 1960s and “fed on feminism in the ‘70s and ‘80s,” Victoria-raised Susan Lundy intended to lead the… FULL STORY

Professional hangman

Julie Burtinshaw, author of six young adult novels, has written her first creative non-fiction title, Hangman: The true story of… FULL STORY

Two mid-life crises

In Pauline Holdstock’s ninth novel, Confessions with Keith: From the Journals of Vita Glass (Biblioasis $22.95) a mother and writer… FULL STORY

Brock Macdonald

Brock Macdonald of Vancouver published two books in 2021. Lies I Tell My Children (Amazon $12.69) is a humourous anthology… FULL STORY

Why we are where we are

In her first poetry collection in fourteen years, Accidents (Signature Editions $17.95) Italian-born Genni Gunn writes of life-altering upheavals that… FULL STORY

Exit to Morvana

Okanagan-based Marilynn Wood has published the sci-fi novel, Exit to Morvana (Tellwell $16.99). The over-worked, lonely Samantha meets a mysterious… FULL STORY

Growing old

In Lenore Rowntree’s third book of fiction, See You Later Maybe Never (Now or Never Publishing $19.95) due out this… FULL STORY


Vancouver once had a distinct Black community located off Main Street in the East End, close to the railway terminal… FULL STORY

Home is where Buddie is

It’s 1995, Whitehorse, Yukon and family counsellor Helen Cotillard is seeing her reluctant client, fifteen-year-old Gale who has been having… FULL STORY

Hammerhead mystery #3

Port Moody-based A.J. Devlin is set to release the third installment in his “Hammerhead” Jed mystery series, Five Moves of… FULL STORY

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