In the News - The Victim Cult by Mark Milke
Mark Milke's new book about the victim mentality and how it affects countries and civilizations around the world has been garnering much publicity. Most recently are half page articles running in newspapers in Fredericton, Saint John and Moncton. Print and electronic media has also taken place in Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary and the west coast -
In the News - Dirty Food by Julie Van Rosendaal
The Dirty Food cookbook is a push back against the clean eating movement and will help eliminate any guilt about sticky, saucy, gooey, crumbly, messy, shareable food! Watch for Julie Van Rosendaal on CTV's The Social on November 19th.
This title was also featured in a half page article in the Globe and Mail in November with local and regional media around the country...In stock now -
Deborah Katz wins $10,000 Vine Award
Congratulations to Deborah Katz - her book Rare is Everywhere teaches children about #diversity and how our differences make us spectacular - has won the 2018 #VineAwards for Canadian Jewish Literature in the young adult/children's lit category - well done!
Granny Get Your Glue Gun
Rocks Rivers and Ridges
Click below to listen to Dale Leckie's interview on Daybreak Alberta, Saturday July 22, 2017
Additional media coverage:
Jasper Fitzhugh Article July 2017
Mapping My Way Home: A Gitxsan History
WINNER of the Roderick Haig-Brown Regional Prize - 2017 BC Book Prizes and 2nd prize awarded in the Lieutenant-Governer's Medal for Historical Writing
A Spicy Touch
Silver Medal Winner, IPPY Awards
Reviewed by Patricia Roy in BC Studies
"As one expects from Kluckner, the black and white drawings in the many panels are superb. A few larger ones, such as that of the Salmon Arm courthouse, can stand alone as works of art. This book is a fine introduction to both the themes of Romeo and Juliet and to the wartime story of Japanese Canadians."
Also featured in an article by the Vancouver Sun
“It just kind of came up on my radar,” Kluckner says of the graphic novel idea, a genre that has taken the publishing world by storm of late and appeals especially to younger readers.
Kluckner had been noodling a story idea that lent itself well to the notion of a fictional tale of Japanese Canadian internment in B.C., one that might best be told in 125 pages of drawings and cartoon-style narrative.
“The fascinating thing to me was, how much can you tell just with pictures and how little you need to tell with dialogue.”
Kluckner talks Toshiko:
In the Pressure of the Moment: Remembering Gerry McNeil
“I started writing the book back in the ’90s,” said David. “I knew my father wasn’t going to be around forever, so I wanted to ask him about his career and life in hockey.”
“(The book)’s a must for any Habs fan because it gives you a slice of that Original Six era just before television really comes into being.”
Born to the Wild
And, an article in the International Game Warden Magazine....
"Born to the Wild (ISBN 9780994051806) is not a “game warden” book in the true sense of the word. It isn’t a book about chasing poachers, although there is some discussion about poachers and hunters in it. But that doesn’t matter one bit. This book is just pure gold. I absolutely loved it for a number of reasons."
Whitewater Cooks with Passion
WHITEWATER COOKS WITH PASSION
By Shelley Adams Alicon Holdings
This is the fourth book in the Whitewater Cooks series. The series began when Shelley Adams ran the Fresh Tracks Café at Whitewater Ski Resort in Nelson. Adams wrote the first cookbook in 2005 and hasn't stopped since. They've all been B.C. bestsellers and Whitewater Cooks With Passion, which focuses on fresh, healthy recipes, is no different.