Coast Salish art book gets civic boost

Susan Point (right), beside Vancouver poet laureate Christie Charles, reacts to news that a book on her art, written by Robert D. Watt, has won the 2019 City of Vancouver Book Award. FULL STORY

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I have it on good authority that several editors and some members of the Advisory Board at the The Ormsby… FULL STORY

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Bee Time: Lessons from the Hive (Harvard University Press) by SFU’s Mark Winston has won the Governor General’s Non-Fiction Award… FULL STORY

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Kolin Lymworth’s Banyen Books operation in Kitsilano turned 45 in December. Also thriving, Vancouver Kidsbooks is relocating a few blocks… FULL STORY

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Of Windh and rain and desert… Jacqueline Windh gets around. In 2015, at age 51, she has just participated in… FULL STORY

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At age 24, Mona Fertig opened The Literary Storefront in Vancouver. In October of 1980 , The Writers’ Union of… FULL STORY

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DAN IS BACK, AND HE NEVER WENT AWAY Dan Jason has enjoyed gardening since childhood and he remains committed to… FULL STORY

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Canada Day was a good day for the BC book community, bringing national recognition with induction into the Order of… FULL STORY

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Congratulations to Vancouver’s Renée Saklikar whose much-shortlisted and bestselling Children of Air India (Nightwood) was chosen best poetry book in… FULL STORY

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