Monica Miller

Monica Miller is a born-and-raised Vancouverite. She is a freelance writer, editor and designer, as well as a full-time student at Simon Fraser University studying communication and publishing. In her spare time she loves to read, blog, knit, and ride horses.

Mary-Ann Yazedjian and Talia at Book Warehouse on Main Street

Independent bookstore celebration on May 2 joined by authors nationwide

Inaugural Canadian Authors for Indies Day launches May 2
Patrick Lane is shortlisted for the 2015 Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize

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.
The cast of Red Rock Diner. Photo credit: Emily Cooper

Multi-talented cast of Red Rock Diner shine in nostalgic 50s tribute

'Red Rock Diner' full of non-stop song and dance in a variety show tribute to legendary local DJ.
George McWhirter

New lit mag breaks genre barriers and snags award-winning poet for contest judge

Award-winning poet George McWhirter to judge inaugural Magpie Poetry Award
Titanoboa by eatART

Science, technology, and art converge at annual Vancouver Maker Faire

The fourth annual Vancouver Mini Maker Faire takes over the PNE Forum this weekend.
The Knights of Camelot—Monty Python's Spamalot. Photo by David Cooper.

Spamalot brings out the best of Monty Python humour

In addition to memorable Monty Python scenes, Spamalot mixes in original numbers parodying the Broadway musical genre.
Winners of the 2014 BC Book Prizes

Two local authors snag double wins at BC Book Prizes gala

Literary surprises at the annual BC Book Prizes Gala, which awards eight prizes for literary excellence in the province.
Chief Bev Sellars accepting the 2014 George Ryga Award

Residential school memoir receives book award for social awareness

Chief Bev Sellars won the 2014 George Ryga Award for Social Awareness for her book, "They Called Me Number One".
Gender Failure: Multimedia show and book launch by Ivan Coyote and Rae Spoon

Verses Festival just one of many local events celebrating National Poetry Month

“Gender Failure”, a multimedia show and book launch by Ivan Coyote and Rae Spoon, is just one of the many poetry events taking place during National Poetry Month at Verses Festival of Words.

BC Book Prizes announce 30th annual shortlist

The 2014 BC Book Prizes shortlist includes several new authors as well as literary veterans in seven categories, celebrating BC writers and publishers.