The Five Words That Created Storytelling
A B.C. professor’s new book explores the power of stories and songs.
A New Graphic Novel Explores the Healing Power of Indigenous Cultural Connections
Cree writer Wanda John-Kehewin drew upon her lived experiences in Visions of the Crow.
How a Family History of Adventure and Espionage Inspired a Vancouver Novelist
The real-life roots of Iona Whishaw’s popular Lane Winslow mysteries.
How a Rough Childhood in Vancouver Inspired One of America’s Greatest Crime Novelists
Ross Macdonald drew on Canadian roots to inspire his noir fiction.
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A Whitewater Rafting Guide’s Favourite B.C. Rivers to Challenge
In a new book, Tamar Glouberman describes her life on the water.
For Ukrainian-Canadian Author Maria Reva, Humour is a Tool of Resistance
“If you can laugh at something, you take away its power. You can rise above it.”