Travel vicariously through these photography books highlighting the beauty, majesty and awe-inspiring landscapes found in western Canada’s Rocky Mountains
A selection of recent works by Indigenous writers and forthcoming Indigenous books in celebration of National Aboriginal Day
This is a dystopian story for people who want their dystopias not too dystopian.
In her debut volume of poetry Collecting Silence (Ronsdale, 2017) Ulrike Narwani reminds us that it is in silence that the music of connection becomes audible.
In light of Mother’s Day coming up on May 14th, we highly recommend checking out Andrea MacPherson’s new novel, What We Once Believed, published by Caitlin Press (March 2017).
On Monday April 24 in Prince George, Read Local BC presents four acclaimed authors from the Interior—Sage Birchwater, Clayton Gauthier, Janet Romain, and Bev Sellars.
Vivek Shraya’s debut collection of poetry, even this page is white, is a bold, timely, and personal interrogation of skin.
This unique picture book was inspired by the stone artwork of Syrian artist Nizar Ali Badr, discovered by the author Margariet Ruurs.