At home with nature

“Don Gayton of Summerland fuses the personal with the ecological in his 8th book, a paean to the natural and human history of his adopted Okanagan Valley homeland. We sample his style here.FULL STORY




War and love

Janie Chang has completed her fourth historical fiction novel, The Porcelain Moon: A Novel of France, the Great War, and… FULL STORY

The politics of text

Essayist, poet, and art theorist Kim Dhillon has published Counter-Texts: Language in Contemporary Art (Reaktion Books US$32) about the use… FULL STORY

Living in exile

Tsering Yangzom Lama of Vancouver has published her debut novel, We Measure the Earth with our Bodies (McClelland & Stewart… FULL STORY

Hard lessons

From 1962 to 1968, Richard de Candole attended the St. John’s Cathedral Boys School of Selkirk, Manitoba (no longer in… FULL STORY

Alternate realities

Tamel Wino writes in the style of dark fiction and focuses on the degeneration of sanity and morality. His recent… FULL STORY

The travel cure

While trapped as a teenager in suburbia, Lisa Duncan dreamed of travelling the world. As a young adult, she mastered… FULL STORY

A raven in Xsan

Gitxsan member, Hetxw’ms Gyetxw, also known as Brett D. Huson has published the sixth title in his award-winning series ‘Mothers… FULL STORY

What is truth?

In seeking to answer Pontius Pilate’s trolling question, “What is truth?” Jennifer Zilm turns to a variety of sources and… FULL STORY

Phyllis Dyson

In 1970, Phyllis Dyson was an infant when she moved from Ottawa to Burnaby with her brother and single parent… FULL STORY

Snow nomad

Born in Malta to a British family, the son of a Royal Navy officer, Alan Dennis didn’t plan a career… FULL STORY

Ode to Iceland

Harold Rhenisch continues his love affair with Iceland (and his ongoing investigation of land and place) in his latest collection… FULL STORY

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