Alan Twigg’s tribute to Rudolf Vrba

Rudolf Vrba, who escaped Auschwitz and co-authored a report saving 200,000 lives, remains unrecognized in Vancouver despite his significant historical impact. Alan Twigg (l.) seeks to change this.” FULL STORY

 

AUTHORS & BOOKS

David Zieroth

first here and then far: Selected Poems 1971–2024 (Harbour $24.95) is a retrospective of David Zieroth’s more than fifty-year creative… FULL STORY

Ed Willes

In Never Boring: The Up and Down History of the Vancouver Canucks (Harbour $28.95), Ed Willes, a veteran hockey writer,… FULL STORY

Grant Lawrence

Inspired by Grant Lawrence’s bestselling memoir Adventures in Solitude (Harbour, 2010), his humourous, adventure-packed picture book for children aged 4-7,… FULL STORY

Dominique Bernier-Cormier

Dominique Bernier-Cormier explores the mutability of language and identity through the lens of his ancestor, Pierrot Cormier’s escape from a… FULL STORY

Megan Fennya Jones

A young woman navigates her modeling career between Paris and New York, juxtaposing the pressures of the fashion world with… FULL STORY

Ali Blythe

In Stedfast (Goose Lane Editions $19.95), Ali Blythe reinterprets John Keats’s work, introducing themes of marginality into the Romantic vision…. FULL STORY

Valerie Jerome

Valerie Jerome tells the powerful story of her family’s extraordinary achievements in sports and their fight against racism in Canada… FULL STORY

JD Derbyshire

Mercy Gene: The Man-Made Making of a Mad Woman (Goose Lane Editions $22.95), the genre-defying debut by JD Derbyshire, combines… FULL STORY

Paul Sunga

Paul Sunga’s Because of Nothing at All (Goose Lane Editions $24.95) follows the story of an abduction of international health… FULL STORY

Andrew Boden

Set against the backdrop of WWII, Rainor Schacht has no idea of the dark reality about to descend upon him… FULL STORY

Carly Butler

Carly Butler’s childhood in 1990s Montana was marked by a lively imagination and a strong, independent mother, DJ. They engaged… FULL STORY

Eric Jamieson

Eric Jamieson’s Arctic Patrol: Canada’s Fight for Arctic Sovereignty (Caitlin $28.00) details the tale of Canada’s efforts to secure its Arctic territories… FULL STORY

Marilyn Bowering

Mary MacLeod (Màiri nighean Alasdair Ruaidh) was a rare female bard in 17th-century Scotland, honored for her lyrics yet marginalized… FULL STORY

R.W. Butler

R.W. Butler’s book, Letters from Gerald (FriesenPress $22.49) follows Eleanor Hutchinson, a young woman in post-war England navigating new societal… FULL STORY

Bob McDonald

In Just Say Yes (D&M $34.95), due out in September, Bob McDonald offers a memoir spanning his early struggles in… FULL STORY

Brooke Carter

Seventeen-year-old Lucy “Lucky” Graves is a witty and determined rugby player, devoted to her championship team until a devastating ankle… FULL STORY

Bailey Macabre

Métis author Willie Poll’s book, Minnow: The Girl Who Became Part Fish (Medicine Wheel Publishing $22.99) for 6-10 years, follows… FULL STORY

Philippa Joly

“Learning about plants might seem like a waste of time when you have homework to do or a snap to… FULL STORY

Carl Cavanagh Hodge

In the current climate of growing discontent and confusion surrounding democratic governance and liberal economies, The Ethics and Economics of… FULL STORY

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