Literature

Robbie Campbell lost his livelihood when the pandemic shut down Shambhala Music Festival. Instead, he spent part of 2020 working on a children’s book called Tulip that is now available. Photo: Submitted

In a lousy year, a Kootenay man was saved by a pink T-rex

Robbie Campbell became a children’s author after the pandemic cost him his livelihood

 

Former park warden George Mercer has turned to writing fiction since his retirement and move to Vancouver Island. Photograph by Lia Crowe

Into The Wild With Writer George Mercer

A passion for parks sets the backdrop for novel series

  • Jan 6, 2021

 

Judy Toews. Photo submitted

Nelson mystery novelist launches book Sept. 16

Judy Toews is releasing her second novel

  • Sep 11, 2020

 

Sarah Louise Butler is the featured guest at the Elephant Mountain Literary Festival’s Wild Grapes event next month. Photo: Bobbi Barbarich

Elephant Mountain Literary Festival celebrates the outdoors

Writers Sarah Louise Butler and Jayme Moye will read in Blewett next month

Sarah Louise Butler is the featured guest at the Elephant Mountain Literary Festival’s Wild Grapes event next month. Photo: Bobbi Barbarich
Anne DeGrace, who just retired from the Nelson Public Library after 32 years, has an impressive legacy of giving back to the community. Photo: Tyler Harper

Anne DeGrace’s next chapter

The Nelson Public Library’s biggest cheerleader considers life away from the stacks

Anne DeGrace, who just retired from the Nelson Public Library after 32 years, has an impressive legacy of giving back to the community. Photo: Tyler Harper
At Home with Writers Esi Edugyan and Steven Price

At Home with Writers Esi Edugyan and Steven Price

Award winning Canadian authors enjoy Vancouver Island lifestyle

  • Sep 6, 2018
At Home with Writers Esi Edugyan and Steven Price