Sierra Club member wins Ryga Award

Diane Pinch penned an appreciation of West Coast environmental organization, the Sierra Club in its fiftieth year, which predates Greenpeace. FULL STORY


S is for Skuce

Traci Skuce has published her debut short story collection, Hunger Moon (NeWest $19.95) about characters at turning points in their… FULL STORY

A pilot for a highwayman

Captain Lorne Christensen has published his memoir, Tides Turbulence and Tailwinds: The Life and Times of Captain Lorne Christensen (TellWell… FULL STORY

Colonial lullabies

Historical writer, novelist, poet and chapbook publisher Meredith Quartermain’s new collection of poems, Lullabies in the Real World (Newest $18.95)… FULL STORY

Umingmak of the North

Umingmak is the Inuit word for muskox and a symbol of strength, authority and protectiveness. It was also the nickname… FULL STORY

Jack I. Little

Before the days of powerful environmental groups like Greenpeace and the Sierra Club, there were individuals and local community groups… FULL STORY

Bose’s new novella

B is for Bose Chris Bose, a member of theNlaka’pamux/Secwepemc Nations, has published N’shaytkin (battery opera books, unpriced).  N’shaytkin means… FULL STORY

Liz Levine

Having spent years working with other writers, Liz Levine has published a memoir, Nobody Ever Talks About Anything but the… FULL STORY

Robert Ratcliffe Taylor

Robert Ratcliffe Taylor’s The Birdcages: British Columbia’s First Legislative Buildings (Friesen 2019) tells the little-known history of the Birdcages, built… FULL STORY

Robin Ridington

Robin Ridington began working with the Beaver Indians, or Dane-zaa, in 1964; his wife Jillian began working with the Dane-zaa… FULL STORY

An Eden in our midst

The Fraser River is B.C.’s largest, most ecologically diverse and productive waterway. Between the towns of Hope and Mission is… FULL STORY

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