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The Trees of Calan Gray
by Danial Neil

Calan Gray talks to trees. They speak back to him. Not in words, exactly; he hears the language of trees. It is 1964, and the world is a harsh place for those who are different. Calan struggles to understand a worldview in which an intimate relationship with the land is something to value, not denigrate.

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Caitlin Press

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Founded in 1977, Caitlin Press publishes fiction, non-fiction and poetry that reflects the diverse cultures, histories and concerns of BC, bridging the gap between the urban and the rural. Caitlin also remains committed to its feminist origins by publishing bold works by and about BC women for a local and national readership.

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Books in Print: 143
Non-Fiction, Fiction, Poetry, Regional

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