Florence, Dante and Me

In the early 1960s, when all things European were hip, a UBC student went to Italy for a year to study Dante. His letters home are the subject of a new book. Review by Beverly Cramp. FULL STORY

Bookselling & Libraries

Paul Whitney on eBooks

Paul Whitney has completed a new report for Canada Council son the potential impact of eBooks. eBOOKS ARE: 1. TECHNOLOGICAL… FULL STORY

Goodbye Octopii

The first location of Octopus Books was opened in 1977 by P.R. Brown and her partner Jules Comeault. It quickly… FULL STORY

Arley McNeney

On Wednesday December 7th, generic 2010, about it novelist Arley McNeney sat down to chat with her old university friend,… FULL STORY

Radical Happiness

Radical Happiness or or How becoming an author enabled Kay McCracken to throw off her cloak of invisibility and rescue… FULL STORY

Jim Munro Honoured

The Association of Book Publishers of BC is delighted to announce that Jim Munro of Munro’s Books will receive the… FULL STORY

Betty Keller

For seven summers Betty Keller has placed her own writing career on hold to mastermind one of the most successful… FULL STORY

Warren Tallman

Veering Off Down Goof Lane [Georgia Straight, symptoms Vol. 12 No. 535, 1978] Warren Tallman was on the committee that… FULL STORY

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