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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...

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.

Fighting for Space: Launch & Discussion

“The Fentanyl Crisis and Where We Go From Here” | A panel discussion about BC’s fentanyl crisis in conjunction with the release of Fighting for Space by Travis Lupick

Vancouver Perspectives: Vancouver After Dark

Join author Aaron Chapman for #VancouverPerspectives, a celebration of Vancouver Lookout’s 40th anniversary

Drug epidemic and overdose crisis looms large in Fighting for Space by Travis Lupick

Travis Lupick‘s new book, Fighting for Space, explains the concept of harm reduction as a crucial component of a city’s response to the drug crisis.

Dutch Feast by Emily Wight | Vancouver Launch

Come celebrate the launch of Dutch Feast, a cookbook about Dutch cuisine and a handy guide to incorporating more cheese, butter, sugar and gin into your daily life.

Robin’s Egg Books’ inaugural launch: What I Think Happened by Evany Rosen

Come celebrate the official launch of Robin’s Egg Books & the Vancouver launch of What I Think Happened with an evening of readings & performances featuring some of the best & brightest of Vancouver’s improv,...

Dina Del Bucchia: “Poetry complemented my fiction”

Dina Del Bucchia recently published her debut collection of fiction after three poetry books. Here Dina delvers into her experiences writing in multiple genres and embracing different styles.

Vancouver Historical Society presents Aaron Chapman

Become a member of the Vancouver Historical Society and enjoy exciting presentations from local historians. This month, expect a thrilling talk by Aaron Chapman, author of The Last Gang in Town.