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Vancouver Historical Society presents Eve Lazarus

Blood, Sweat, and Fear: the Story of Inspector Vance, Vancouver’s First Forensic Investigator by Eve Lazarus (Arsenal Pulp Press) Heralded internationally as the Sherlock Holmes of Canada, John F.C.B. Vance was Vancouver’s first forensic...

Fighting for Space by Travis Lupick | Vancouver

Join Travis Lupick and Ann Livingston for a reading from Lupick’s new book, Fighting for Space, and a discussion about the ongoing fentanyl crisis.

Canada Reads 2018 longlist includes BC nominees

The 15 titles longlisted for CBC Canada Reads 2018 was announced January 8 with the theme One Book to Open Your Eyes.

Year in Review: 2017 highlight reel at Read Local BC

Even though 2017 was a tough year in many ways, we are happy to have shared books on important topics, increased diversity, award recognition, and new publishing initiatives. Check out a selection of our...

9 Diverse Books for Young Readers | Holiday Gift Guide

   Speaking Our Truth: A Journey of Reconciliation by Monique Gray Smith (Orca Book Publishers) teaches young readers about the lives of Survivors of the Residential School system and the lack of understanding of the historical...

8 Books for the Politically Engaged | Holiday Gift Guide

Fake news. Clickbait. Negative newscasters. It’s difficult to balance the desire to stay informed with the stress of a constant news cycle. Our solution? Get off the net and settle down with one of...

9 Books for the Fanatic Foodie | Holiday Gift Guide

These books are perfect for the friend that always hosts dinner parties, the grandparent who insists on packing leftovers for you, and the family member whose mouth waters just looking at cookbooks.

Fighting for Space by Travis Lupick | Vancouver

Join Travis Lupick for a reading from his new book, Fighting for Space and a talk about the ongoing fentanyl crisis at the Carnegie.

Conflict Is Not Abuse: Sarah Schulman in Vancouver

Sarah Schulman reads from and talks about her much discussed, award-winning book Conflict Is Not Abuse: Overstating Harm, Community Responsibility, and the Duty of Repair,

Dead Reckoning: Carys Cragg In Conversation with Wayde Compton

Join us for a conversation between Carys Cragg, author of the new memoir Dead Reckoning: How I Came To Meet the Man Who Murdered My Father, and author and community advocate Wayde Compton.