For the week of Nov 27, 2016
- Hard Knox by Jack Knox
- The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben
- The Queen of the North Disaster by Colin Henthorne
- Red Robinson by Robin Brunet
- None of This Was Planned by Mike McCardell
- The Last Gang in Town by Aaron Chapman
- Embers by Richard Wagamese
- Gut by Giulia Enders
- Vancouver in the Seventies by Kate Bird
- Stepping Stones by Margriet Ruurs
- British Columbia Lullaby by P.L. McCarron & Joy Steuerwald
- The Hockey Song by Stompin’ Tom Connors
- Crossing Home Ground by David Pitt-Brooke
- Vancouver Tree Book by David Tracey
- The Peace in Peril by Christopher Pollon
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News & Events
November 24th, 2016
We were saddened to learn that Jim Munro, co-founder of the venerable Munro’s Books in Victoria and a member of the Order of Canada, died suddenly on November 21, at the age of 87. As the Times-Colonist wrote of him, Jim was “a cultured, gregarious and dapper man-about-town” and a well-beloved figure in the BC book community.
November 22nd, 2016
Originally conceived in 1989 by the En’owkin Center in Pentincton, BC, the Gatherings journal of writing features students from the En’owkin International School of Writing as well as other Indigenous writers. Following a decade without the once annual journal, Theytus Books has published Gatherings XV: Water Anthology, a collection of works by Indigenous youth exploring the qualities and importance of water to youth, their families, and their communities. The journal will be launched with a series of four readings from 6:30 – 8:30pm on December 7, 2016 at the Okanagan Heritage Museum during Water Poetics of the Landscape: A Workshop.
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