Alan Twigg’s tribute to Rudolf Vrba

Rudolf Vrba, who escaped Auschwitz and co-authored a report saving 200,000 lives, remains unrecognized in Vancouver despite his significant historical impact. Alan Twigg (l.) seeks to change this.” FULL STORY


Edeana Malcolm

January 09th, 2024

A suffragist’s story unfolds in the 1910s – 1920s in Edeana Malcolm’s novel, Tea at the Empress (Three Ocean Press $24.95). Victoria-based Edith is on a quest for professional success and personal freedom as she grapples with societal constraints and Victorian attitudes. Simultaneously, she is navigating a love interest in the distant European war theatre of World War I. Malcolm’s narrative weaves between twin timelines, unraveling family secrets that challenge Edith’s pursuit of a progressive future. All this takes place against the backdrop of political change, and the intersection of personal and political struggles for women in an evolving era. ‎ 9781988915401

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