Books

Global storytelling Jamaican style

Storytelling has been in Annette Pateman’s family for generations. In fact, you could say it’s in her blood.

Bright fantasy for a dark world

Tucked away in a rural home in Slate River, a young author busily plots her next novel.

If tenderness be gold

“Writing a novel as opposed to writing for a live audience is a very different kettle of fish,” says playwright-turned-novelist Eleanor Albanese.

Snapshots of Water and Memory

The lake, the trees, the island, the sky. Every morning on the shores of Lake Superior, Marion Agnew snaps a picture of the scene outside her window.

Local author Diana Sare

One of my favourite things to do is to read with my grandchildren. And this is exactly what I did recently while I was visiting with my son’s family.

Writing what you love

In 1967, Alan Wade borrowed $100 from his grandmother, packed up his ’64 Austin and made the move from Welland, Ontario to Fort William for a history teaching job at Westgate Collegiate.

Scoring a best seller

“Very exciting”, that’s how locally raised writer Scott Colby describes his debut at number 2 on the Canadian hardcover non-fiction list.

The Lightkeeper's Daughter

Local author Jean E.

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