The town of Fernie takes centre stage

Rabid patriotism, radical unionism, racial antipathy and internment of alleged ‘enemy aliens’–it’s all uncovered and thoroughly examined by Wayne Norton in his in-depth study, Fernie at War, 1914-1919. FULL STORY

AUTHORS & BOOKS

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

Sparking haiku poetry

Haiku specialist and author of five collections of poetry as well as five chapbooks of haiku poetry, Terry Ann Carter… FULL STORY

Joan Skogan (1945-2017)

An intrepid researcher and a conscientious writer, she will be much missed by those who knew her fascinating, passionate nature…. FULL STORY

Righting a past wrong

Victoria-based Christine Hart has published her fourth novel, Secrets From Myself (Dancing Cat 2017) about a 11-year old Katelyn who… FULL STORY

Flood’s new collection

Cynthia Flood’s new collection, What Can You Do: Stories (Biblioasis $19.95) contains 12 short stories featuring couples negotiating new terms… FULL STORY

Elaine Marie Gallagher

After a career spent in academia, Elaine Marie Gallagher, RN, PhD, began work on a historical novel Sisterships (self published,… FULL STORY

Advice for earthlings

Also a musician, composer, entrepreneur, retired lawyer and philanthropist, John Lefebvre of Saltspring Island is a former director of the… FULL STORY

Bach is back

While working on her MFA at UBC, Mette Bach first examined growing up in North Delta in the 1980s for… FULL STORY

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