Lynn Johnston’s new books

“During her so-called retirement in North Vancouver, award-winning cartoonist, Lynn Johnston (at left) began writing kidlit about robots – the Alottabotz series –  with three titles to date.FULL STORY

 

Whipping cables, bleeding alders

April 27th, 2020

With endorsements by Tom  Wayman, Kate  Braid and Howard White, M.C. Warrior’s Disappearing Minglewood Blues (Mother Tongue $19.95), according to White, is a reminder of, “a whole world of experience out there that seldom makes it into books, a vivid world of whipping cables, bleeding alders, physical exhaustion and the blessed relief of a quitting time whistle.” Born (in 1952) and educated in England, Mark Warrior first wrote a chapbook entitled Quitting Time (Vancouver: MacLeod Books 1978) published by antiquarian bookseller Don Stewart. 978-1-896949-78-9

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