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Book Review by Dee Raffo
It’s 1947, and the chaotic aftermath of World War II reverberates across the globe as we join protagonist Charlie St. Claire, who is unmarried, pregnant, and on the hunt for her missing cousin, Rose. Read More
Book Review by Susan Oakey-Baker
Janie Chang, local Vancouver author of the celebrated novel Three Souls, tackles racism, women’s rights, belonging and what we will ultimately do to survive, in this enchanting historical novel about an abandoned child and a fox spirit living on an ancient Chinese Read More
Review by Libby McKeever
When you are driven by passion and the need to finally get the break you’ve been yearning for, it can lead a person to be ruthless and frankly, do bizarre things.
Charlie Dean has inherited her mother’s extraordinary fashion and design flair. Read More
Award Winners Invited to Read at Storytelling Event
The Whistler Writing Society is delighted to award three local writers first place in the categories of Open, Indigenous and Youth of the Sea to Sky Discovery Writing Contest. Read More
The Whistler Writing Society is delighted to present two evenings of historical storytelling and celebration on June 29 and 30 as the second and third events of the Spring Reading Series. Both events start at 7pm, at the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre in Whistler. Read More
We are excited to announce the shortlist for the second annual Whistler Independent Book Awards was announced today by the WIBA evaluation committee. Read More