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Happy Hens & Fresh Eggs

Happy Hens & Fresh Eggs

April 2018

“…Langford draws the reader in with her quirky sense of humour when she describes their (hens) charms. She refers to them as “gateway livestock” and is honest about the downside as well as the joys of keeping hens…Photographer Donna Griffith contributes beautiful photographs that complement the author’s ...

eatdrink Magazine, Apr 1, 2018
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Sculpture in Canada

Sculpture in Canada

January 2018

“History buffs and art enthusiasts alike will appreciate the eye-catching colour photos and Dr. Maria Tippett’s encyclopedic knowledge of art, and how the economy and culture of the nation influenced the works. In short: prepare to be fascinated.”

Where Vancouver, Jan 10, 2018
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Sculpture in Canada

Sculpture in Canada

January 2018

“Sculpture in Canada is a groundbreaking work that will have a profound impact in introducing readers to the underappreciated wealth of this most public of Canadian arts.”

Forever Young, Jan 5, 2018
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Historical Atlas of Early Railways

Historical Atlas of Early Railways

January 2018

“This newest edition to the Historical Atlas series features 320 maps and 450 photos and other illustrations, and is a beautifully designed chronicle for anyone who has a fondness for history, maps, or trains.”

Forever Young, Jan 1, 2018
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Collected Tarts and Other Indelicacies

Collected Tarts and Other Indelicacies

January 2018

“You cannot go wrong with Tabatha Southey’s musings.”

Shelf Life, Jan 1, 2018
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A Mariner's Guide to Self Sabotage

A Mariner's Guide to Self Sabotage

December 2017

“In 10 life-defining situations, master storyteller Bill Gaston expertly casts the reader squirmingly close to dubious protagonists. These disquieting, elucidating short stories address contemporary issues and are usually discernibly about Canadians. There are lessons to be learned here — vicariously, ...

Winnipeg Free Press, Dec 23, 2017
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Sculpture in Canada

Sculpture in Canada

December 2017

“Sculpture in Canada, a comprehensive survey released in November by Douglas & McIntyre, will interest a general cultural audience but can also serve as a university textbook... Written in an accessible style and amply illustrated, it’s a solid addition to the bookshelf.”

Galleries West, Dec 19, 2017
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A Mariner's Guide to Self Sabotage

A Mariner's Guide to Self Sabotage

December 2017

“With stylistic command and heart-wrenching insight, Gaston has been a writer’s writer for too long. This collection of stories continues the Victoria writer’s chronicling the lonely and the outcast, individuals struggling for meaning and significance in a hostile, frequently surreal world.”

National Post’s “NP99: The best books of the year”, Dec 9, 2017
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The World's Most Travelled Man

The World's Most Travelled Man

December 2017

“…an eloquently written adventure story that follows Bown through a mind-boggling number of experiences. Some were treacherous, many were enlightening and most were eye-opening.”

Calgary Herald, Dec 8, 2017
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Cooking with the Wolfman

Cooking with the Wolfman

November 2017

“Wolfman has written both a storybook and a cookbook…a good read and a fine cooking course in one.”

Six O’clock Solutions, Montreal Gazette, Nov 28, 2017
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