We live among layers upon layers of story

Posted by Celia Brogan “Anyone can lead a walk because everyone is an expert on the places they live, work, and play.” Have you heard of Jane’s Walks? Inspired by the work of Jane Jacobs, Jane’s Walks are neighbourhood walking tours, led by a member of the community. The tour routes and content are as […]

Why write about this place?

Posted by Celia Brogan This evening I went to my second #ReadLocalBC event, called “An Evolving City: Writing Vancouver’s Past, Present & Future,” featuring George Bowering and Wayde Compton. During the question period after the readings the authors were asked if writing about Vancouver was an obvious choice of setting for them in their writing, […]

Getting to know BC through Farm and Food Lit

posted by Celia Brogan I realized a few years ago that I like what I have decided to call “Farm Literature.” There may be an industry name for this but I’m happy with mine. Farm Lit is, for me, a book about someone’s experience living on a farm–hobby or sustenance–or other intimate experience with the […]

Preparing for the #bctelabook club chat

This Sunday brings our first book club twitter chat about a work of fiction. Chatting about Medicine Walk will be a different experience from our previous chats about professional texts. As you finish the novel and prepare your thoughts for sharing, consider these prompts and provocations: How might stories have the power to heal, in […]

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