The recently deceased poet, writer, and community leader created a new reality for many writers.
The founder of the Asian Canadian Writers' Workshop was a giant to all who knew him.
The memoir will more than satisfy anyone looking for some inside dope on the ex-Monkee who helped pioneer country rock and bring Repo Man into the world, among other highly influential endeavours.
The cast of characters in this dynamic new novel struggle with old social ideas about race and masculinity.
If you’re one of the millions of people who devoured the UBC prof's essay, “To Fall in Love With Anyone, Do This”, you likely have some queries.
Can people who've profited so immensely from the status quo truly lead us to a more enlightened, caring global order?
Are we in a second Gilded Age? This case is argued by two of the more than 40 intellectuals who contributed to a new book published by UBC's Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies.
At only 24 years of age, she's already sold more than a million books of poetry.
The local historian was curious about why Insp. Vance's name is now virtually unknown, despite having been a celebrity when his courtroom testimony turned the tide on a number of the city’s most sensationalized trials.
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