breth/th treez uv lunaria

A book of poems from bill bissett (left) from 1957 – 2019, fills more than 500 pages and shows that he lives up to the decades-old cliché of being a modern day William Blake. Review by Heidi Greco. FULL STORY

Trail & the atomic bomb

His independent title recalls a rare instance when Canada did not entirely focus its research efforts in eastern Canada.

Derek Hayes stays on track

The intrepid geographer’s 15th magnum opus doesn’t disappoint, according to local historian Walter Volovsek, an expert on the Columbia &… FULL STORY

Twin births and grizzlies

His expressionist work Thanks for Giving has just been released by Talonbooks, along with Joan MacLeod’s realist play, Gracie, both… FULL STORY

Tweets are easy

“If you genuinely believe Alan Twigg is somehow not an ‘ally’ of indigenous people, you have absolutely no idea of… FULL STORY

Ranch in the Slocan

Cole Harris has long suggested that social change in settler societies has come about through geographical change. Ranch in the… FULL STORY

The suitcase and the jar

Reviewer Carys Cragg calls Livingston’s journey, told in The Suitcase and the Jar, “masterfully overwhelming and at once heartbreaking and stunningly… FULL STORY

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