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Dalton on Shipwrecks

April 07th, 2014

Dalton, <a href=erectile Anthony dark glasses 2014″ src=”×300.jpg” width=”222″ height=”300″ />Anthony Dalton is partnering with Richmond Public Library to offer a presentation and slideshow on “Shipwrecks Along the BC Coast” on April 23rd  from 7-8 p.m. at the Richmond Library Brighouse (Main) Branch, Community Place room, 7700 Minoru Gate. To register, visit any branch of Richmond public Library, call 604-231-6413 (quote program #210) or register online at
Dalton will be talking about the numerous shipwrecks that have occurred along the BC coast, particularly the area known as “The Graveyard of the Pacific. This presentation will be based on Anthony Dalton’s books The Graveyard of the Pacific: Shipwreck Stories From the Depths of History, and A Long, Dangerous Coastline: Shipwreck Tales from Alaska to California.
Dalton is also the author of the new novel Relentless Pursuit plus 13 non-fiction books, and the co-author of two others. He has won awards and honours in Canada for his writing and for his services to other writers. A former expedition leader working in Africa, the Middle East and the Arctic, Dalton has had his illustrated articles published in magazines and newspapers in 20 countries and nine languages. He now spends a few months each year travelling the world as a guest speaker for two cruise ship lines, while maintaining a busy writing and teaching schedule.
For more information on Anthony Dalton, see his entry on

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