Yucho Chow re-discovered

“Author and curator, Catherine Clement (left) has won B.C.’s top award for historical writing for her book about an early Vancouver photographer whose work was almost forgotten.” FULL STORY

Rough rides

September 14th, 2016

Kootenay-born-and-raised Luanne Armstrong is an organic farmer on a fourth-generation family farm in the small community of Boswell, B.C. With her MFA degree from UBC, she has increasingly taught writing and worked as a feminist researcher, a freelance journalist, and as a publisher and editor for Blue Lake Books and HodgePog Books. In her teen novel, Sand (Ronsdale $11.95), fifteen-year-old Willy Cameron is paralyzed from the waist down after a car accident. Demoralized, she takes up therapeutic horse riding and regains the use of her legs, developing a bond with a spirited rescue horse named Sand. Trouble arises when she takes Sand from the stable, against the order of the stable owner, to search for a missing friend. It’s Armstrong’s 19th book. 978-1-55380-473-4

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