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


Stephen Osborne

June 11th, 2024

In his essay collection exploring topics like civic monuments, family history and end times in the Arctic, Stephen Osborne, founder of Geist magazine and CBC Literary Award winner, highlights everyday coincidences within the broader scope of life in his book The Coincidence Problem (Arsenal Pulp Press $24.95), due out in October. From city centers to the Arctic’s edges, Osborne’s essays cover subjects such as global terrorism and the lynching of Indigenous youth Louie Sam. As a modern flaneur, he investigates the city, translates the ordinary, and deflates the pretentious, confirming his reputation as an incisive narrative non-fiction writer. 9781551529653

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