Love infinitesimally expanding

Ted Blodgett (1935-2018), at left, wrote 23 volumes of poetry and won the 1996 GG Award for poetry. His last collection, reviewed here by Christopher Levenson, focused on his wife, soon to be a widow. FULL STORY

Brain Surgery at Zero Rock

Harvey’s account evokes icy winds, malevolent rocks and environmental eyesores. He also writes of weird parallels between boating and brain… FULL STORY

Guns and goals

From Rinks to Regiments combines early 20th century pro hockey with an interest in the Canadian experience of the war… FULL STORY

Welcome to the new Cann Lit

While the Georgia Straight‘s first-ever cannabis editor extolls the benefits of marijuana—she also describes how unfair its prohibition has been…. FULL STORY

The bard and the bees

Winston approaches Saklikar’s poetic concerns by foregrounding his own unscientific love of words, especially from the world of beekeeping: queenright,… FULL STORY

The cattle cometh

Cattle brought to B.C. on the Okanagan Trail were a mix of British shorthorn and Spanish cattle from Mexico, via… FULL STORY

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