R.I.P. Alice Munro (1931 – 2024)

“Compared to Anton Chekhov for her peerless short stories for which she won a Nobel Prize for Literature in 2013, Alice Munro (left) has died.FULL STORY



A wilderness pantry

In her debut book, Mikaela Cannon documents twelve months of wildcrafting, showing readers how to enhance their self-sufficiency while increasing… FULL STORY

The outsider

Peter’s granddaughter, Vera Maloff, revisits his memoirs to shed light on Peter’s experiences growing up in the Canadian Doukhobor community,… FULL STORY

Walks through Vancouver

In his new book, Bill Arnott ambles through the neighbourhoods of Kitsilano, Granville Island, False Creek, Chinatown, and beyond. In… FULL STORY

The injustice system

Written in two parts, Perrin’s new book sheds light on the harsh realities faced by those incarcerated and offers insight… FULL STORY

Exile from paradise

LeBlanc shows how historical trauma is passed from one generation to the next, highlighting themes of endurance, hope and survival.

Life is magic

Reviewer Odette Auger says that Reid’s characters “gift us with the teaching that life is full of magic. [His shaman]… FULL STORY

Mine crimes

“The danger,” says reviewer Alex Varty, “is that our species’ technological arrogance will once again rush into an environment that… FULL STORY

Thrashing with life

From a coiled rattlesnake to dangerous father figures, Rodney DeCroo relives encounters with nightmarish creatures in his third poetry collection…. FULL STORY

Best of intentions

At the start of the new school year, Molleigh is bluntly asked by one of her new students, “Teachers always… FULL STORY

A temple of the soul

“Debbie Bateman takes an unflinching look at what our bodies get up to when our minds are riddled with conflicts,… FULL STORY

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