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Instructions for a Flood

Instructions for a Flood is a non-fiction account, in the form of personal essays and vignettes, of a life in the central interior and coastal regions of British Columbia. Inspired by her passion for exploration ...

Hologram

Edited by Yvonne Blomer & Reid DC
Categories: Poetry, Anthology

Our feet barely touched the earth, and memory

erased at birth, but gradually reassembling

coalesced and formed a whole, as single birds

gathering for migration form a flock.

—P.K. Page, “Presences”

In ...

Dancing on Mountains

Edited by Luanne Armstrong
Categories: Anthology

Nestled among pristine lakes, powerful rivers and awe-inducing mountain ranges, the Kootenay region of British Columbia has always drawn a distinctly adventurous crowd. The dramatic and somewhat isolated ...

knee deep in high water

Following a devastating leg injury that would leave her with an acutely crooked knee, Bronwyn Preece embarks on an ambitious and immersive journey into a remote area of Northern BC. Written on the trail, ...

Stoneface

By Stephen Kakfwi
Categories: Memoir

Stephen Kakfwi was born in a bush camp on the edge of the Arctic Circle in 1950. In a family torn apart by tuberculosis, alcohol and the traumas endured by generations in residential school, he emerged ...

Rubymusic

By Connie Kuhns
Categories: Feminism

When journalist Connie Kuhns approached Vancouver Cooperative Radio in 1981 to host a music program dedicated solely to playing music by women, there was some doubt at the station that there was enough ...

Printer's Devils

By Ron Verzuh
Categories: BC History

The grisly murder of a nurse, a crippling 1917 strike, death on the wartime battlefield, the 1918–19 flu pandemic, life on the home front—these are just some of the historic events covered in the ...

Remnants

By Natalie Lang
Categories: Memoir, Environment

In Remnants: Reveries of a Mountain Dweller, writer and educator Natalie Virginia Lang offers a vision of Sumas Mountain throughout the seasons to expose the impact of toxic progress on Place. Through ...

The Broken Heart of Winter

By Judy LeBlanc
Categories: Fiction

Lise, Appoline and Anne are related, though they live on opposite coasts at different moments of time, with the vast geography of Canada and decades of change in between. The three women are linked by ...

Kechika Chronicler

Willard Freer lived in remote areas of northern BC for most of his life. Born in Kamloops in 1910 and raised in the Peace River country, Freer came to the Kechika River valley in 1942, where he worked ...