It's an amazing book by one of B.C.'s most evocative storytellers.
What to buy this man, given that you don’t have a spare nine grand for the mid-’60s Epiphone Casino he keeps banging on about?
Admittedly, none of the books here count as vacation-style fluff, but maybe we should save the fluff for when all the Trumps and Fords are finally gone from public office.
The ever-changing artwork focuses on the power of the collective female voice, evolving a little each day.
Silver is one of the most prominent English language translators of contemporary Latin-American literature, with dozens of works under her belt.
This deeply researched new guidebook connects remarkable local trails to the vibrant Indigenous heritage of the region.
Framed around an often hilarious boat trip, the book is a clear-eyed, unsentimental, deeply felt examination of Gaston’s relationship with his father.
A new book by two B.C. authors makes a compelling case that fossil-fuel-loving politicians around the world may be committing crimes against humanity.
The book traces the celebrated Vancouver artist from growing up in poverty in Manitoba to a career that's earned her the Order of Canada.
The central character in this YA fantasy novel is a rambunctious, headstrong girl filled with self-doubt and denial.