Anne DeGrace

COLUMN: On the cover of Rolling Stone

From the Nelson Library's Anne DeGrace...

COLUMN: Being yourself at the Library

Nelson author Anne Degrace's latest column for the Nelson Star.

COLUMN: Once Upon a Time in the Real World

My relatively untraveled self has travelled through time and across continents to gain insight and understanding through reading novels.

COLUMN: A tree story from the Nelson Public Library

It began with a tall spindly pine tree growing in the corner of our yard smack at the meeting point of four fences.

COLUMN: Reading in our neck of the woods

Anne Degrace writes about some of her favourite BC books.

COLUMN: Nelson library starts radio show

From library columnist Anne deGrace...

COLUMN: Nuts to you!

October is Library Month

COLUMN: I’ll tell mine; you tell yours

The Nelson library's Anne Degrace on flash fiction....

COLUMN: All the glory of the rainbow

When I came to work last year and saw the rainbow crosswalk outside the library I felt elated, delighted and proud.

COLUMN: Put on your travellin’ shoes

The library is the friendly hub for travellers of all kinds, offering a different sort of connectedness.

COLUMN: Always smile at a crocodile

From our library columnist Anne DeGrace . . .

Bright enough for you?

Nancy Wise from Kelowna’s Sandhill Book Marketing is part of the illuminating discussion at the panel Publishing: Perish or Prosper?

COLUMN: Get hooked on the Ones That Got Away

Bill Richardson and Caroline Adderson have been many things: authors, multiple award winners, and, just possibly, ones that got away.

COLUMN: Warm, fuzzy, and in the know

We feel warm and fuzzy when it comes to nature. What’s not to like about our furry friends of the forest?

COLUMN: Authors, aboriginality, and you

Summer solstice. It’s June 21; the sun’s zenith is at its furthest point from the equator.

COLUMN: Bibliobrilliance comes to Nelson

Full disclosure: I am a bibliophile. I am also a bibliophage, and at times even a bibliotaph. Luckily, I’m not alone.

COLUMN: Adieu, Queen Nancy of the Children’s Kingdom

Once upon a time Queen Nancy lived in a fairytale land called the Nelson Public Library.

COLUMN: One scoop or two?

Librarians and library-lovers everywhere know that Nancy Pearl — famous Seattle librarian, advocate, activist, and Book Lust author.

COLUMN: Loss of libraries hurts everyone

One of my all-time favourite provinces is going through harrowing financial times, but still: close 50 per cent of the province’s libraries?

COLUMN: Flattened Squirrel Fricassee, and other fun facts

Donald Trump was in the Nelson Public Library on April 1 on his book tour for Make America Great (by Annexing Canada).