Skip to Content
An inside look at the Unist'ot'en camp
#BCStorm: Vancouverites report on social media
Wet'suwet'en and Unist'ot'en divided on...
URBAN GARDENING: Seeds you can plant in September
RCMP say they have no intention of "taking down...
Bafflegab reigns supreme as government disciplines...
"It's definitely going down," says Grand...
"It's time for change," says Vancouver South...
MUZZLED: Feds stifle singing scientist
Late August fare: two smart films, two Canadian, a bit of...
Knowing the Salish Sea may lead to its protection
Washington-based scientist-authors speak at Aquarium on their newly released book on the Salish Sea
Jun 3rd, 2015
Bestselling author John Vaillant's road to "The Jaguar's Children"
Vancouver Author John Vaillant discusses his latest book, "The Jaguar's Children," and how he became a best selling writer.
May 5th, 2015
Independent bookstore celebration on May 2 joined by authors nationwide
Inaugural Canadian Authors for Indies Day launches May 2
Feb 27th, 2015
BC Book Prizes announces 2015 literary award shortlists
The 2015 BC Book Prizes shortlist awards prizes in seven categories, celebrating BC writers, illustrators, and publishers.
Mar 11th, 2015
Award-winning novelist Steven Galloway on magic and memories
UBC Creative Writing Associate Professor and Award-winning novelist Steven Galloway talks about his most recent book, "The Confabulist" and his writing process.
Feb 20th, 2015
"The New Creation Story" by Andrew Beath a powerful read on ecological consciousness
A dense, information-rich book, Andrew Beath's The New Creation Story is well worth reading for people who are interested in the large scale shift that civilization is undergoing today as a...
Dec 14th, 2014
North Korean defector recalls her journey to freedom in new memoir
“I wanted to talk about the kind of humanity and love that was still possible between people in inhumane conditions,” says author Lucia Jang.
Nov 20th, 2014
Record attendance and revenues wrap up Vancouver Writers Fest
Breaking all previous attendance and revenue records, the Vancouver Writers Fest wrapped up Sunday with a ticket count of more than 16,350, a record-setting 84 events and revenues up more than 14%. “...
Oct 28th, 2014
The Big Swim: Book titles, covers and more big swimming
The summer’s poetry lay in deciding on a cover and title for my climate book The Big Swim while planning a new “big swim” to raise money for a climate adaptation project.
Aug 27th, 2014
Negotiating a book contract: free books and a pony
These articles on getting published are intended to encourage you with YOUR book by taking you through my ups and downs as a first time author.
Aug 21st, 2014