The Red River Expedition of 1870

“Much is written of Canada’s take-over of the Red River Settlement in 1870 but little about the 1st expeditionary force to slog through wilderness to get there. Paul McNicholl’s (l.) reveals the details.FULL STORY

 

 

Publishing

Cogswell honoured

The long-serving co-founder of the Fiddlehead literary journal and publisher of Fiddlehead Poetry Books (later Goose Lane Editions), Fred Cogswell,… FULL STORY

Getting a Grip on 9/11

Formerly a Defense Officer in the Australian Joint Intelligence Bureau, Ian Slater is a political scientist and the author of… FULL STORY

Bill Barlee, pioneer

Bill Barlee: 1932-2012 “Bill Barlee, was a nugget, pure gold, remarkable in more ways than can be described.” — Randy… FULL STORY

Origins of Anvil Press

HERE FOLLOWS BRIAN KAUFMAN'S SUMMARY OF THE ORIGINS OF BOTH SUBTERRAIN MAGAZINE AND ANVIL PRESS, PRINTED IN THE AUTUMN 2011… FULL STORY

W.O. Mitchell

This article is written by Maria Pavlik who interviewed W.O. Mitchell at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver in 1990 when he… FULL STORY

The Bad Trips anthology

[This article about the anthology Bad Trips edited by Keath Fraser appeared originally in Canada India Village Aid’s 20th Anniversary… FULL STORY

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