When the Georgia Straight reaches Arlene Merasty in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, she’s just got back from finding her father and making sure he has a place to spend the night.
Andrew Pyper had yet to start high school when he read Jaws, Peter Benchley’s iconic 1974 novel, and dreamed of becoming a novelist. That or a member of the NHL.
Chris Walter doesn’t usually go looking for PR, but he insisted on some ink for his newest band biography.
There’s no place on Earth like the archipelago encompassing the Gulf and San Juan islands, according to outdoor writer Craig Romano.
Authors Naomi Klein, Michael Harris, and John Ralston Saul are meeting pent-up demand for progressive viewpoints.
Vancouver Island writer Alicia Priest has died after a three-year struggle with a progressive neurodegenerative disease.
Having grown up in Pennsylvania’s Amish country with her U.S. serviceman father and Vietnamese mother, Brandy Liên Worrall always knew she wanted to write a memoir.
On reflection, Nick Jaina’s Get It While You Can is clearly a memoir, but while you’re immersed in it, that can be hard to tell.
The book lovingly captures close to 85 years worth of history that’s taken place at 868 Granville.
Authors Jose Pagliery, Pedro Franco, and Brian Kelly explore the future of money.