Non-Fiction / hc / 202pp / October, 2012 /
ISBN:978-0-88982-291-7
/ $19.95

Vancouver Islander Adrian Chamberlain always wanted a Porsche. When that turned out to be too expensive, he got a pug instead.
Adventures with Ollie is a collection of vignettes describing his family’s exploits with a headstrong, playful pug named Ollie. Adrian describes the delights of housetraining, teaching a dog new tricks,...

Non-Fiction / pb / 96pp / October, 2012 /
ISBN:978-0-88982-292-4
/ $34.95

A History of Catskiing and Snowboarding at Island Lake Lodge
The granite spire peaks of the Three Bears rise above the Lizard Range and Cedar Valley like sentinels guarding a secret place. And a very special place it is. The Cedar Valley is home to a unique old growth rainforest including: 800-year-old Cedar trees, giant...

Non-Fiction / hc / 384pp / September, 2011 /
ISBN:978-088982-276-4
/ $30.00

Gerry James, aka Kid Dynamite, was not only the youngest player ever to play in the CFL at 17, but he was one of the toughest athletes of his time. While playing with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 1954, James was the very first recipient of the CFL’s Schenley Most Outstanding Canadian Award. He won the award a second time in 1957. James led the...

Non-Fiction / pb / 204pp / January, 2011 /
ISBN:978-088982-271-9
/ $18.95

Newly graduated from university in Ireland, Lisa McGonigle came to the Kootenay region of British Columbia to spend a winter snowboarding. She wrote emails to her friends back home describing a remote mountain-town called Fernie, a series of smashes in the terrain park, unrivalled powder turns, working for minimum-wage and duct-taping over the...

Non-Fiction / pb / 176pp / April, 2010 /
ISBN:978-088982-265-8
/ $18.85

This narrative diary explores the gaps and myths of family history, identity, and expressiveness through the retracing of a many-generational voyage. In this new work, the focus is on his own family and its, at times, troubled and troubling history.

The story-line of The Missionary, The Violinist And The Aunt Whose Head Was Squeezed...