Stories of Kingfisher and Mabel Lake

Wilfred and Henry Simard with their catch from the Shuswap River are just two of the locals in a new history of an area near Enderby that has been popular with Albertans such as W.O. Mitchell. FULL STORY


Submerged guilt

The son of German post-war immigrants who were children during World War II, Roger Frie, a non-Jew, was awarded the… FULL STORY

Brazilian whacks

In Grant Patterson’s first two books about a semi-reluctant, private eye in Brazil, we follow Will Bryant, formerly a Canadian… FULL STORY

Rory gets around

Although he can no longer pipe, hike or travel to exotic lands, and although he’s been reduced to shuffling about… FULL STORY

Creedom reigns

“When I was growing up,” writes acclaimed Cree playwright Thomson Highway in his remarkable prologue to From Oral to Written:… FULL STORY

Noteworthy hangings

Nancy J. Hughes’s second book, Found Art of the Clans Erskine & Holland 1710-1965 (Victoria: Wildflower Publishing House, 2017 $30)… FULL STORY

Wild Wood

Robert Julian Wood has been a professional architect, a pioneering mountaineer, an organizer of ocean-to-alpine expeditions, an instructor of wilderness… FULL STORY

Rhythm & bruise

The rise of Vancouver-born Eliza Robertson has been meteoric. In 2013, Robertson accepted the Commonwealth Short Story Prize from John… FULL STORY

Here Be Dragons in Alberta

Carolyn Dale, a retired veterinarian and flight instructor, has self-published numerous mystery novels and an autobiography. A short story written… FULL STORY

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