It Isn’t Easy to Read When You’re Blind

It Isn’t Easy to Read When You’re Blind

Anyone interested in what it’s like to be blind or who experiences sight impairment themselves will want to attend a discussion of accessibility and literacy for the sight-impaired, to be presented at the Central Branch of the Vancouver Public Library this...

September Events at Historic Joy Kogawa House

The Dancehall Years with Joan Haggerty Young Gwen Killam enjoys idyllic summers on Bowen Island until the sudden disappearance of her swimming teacher, Takumi Yoshito, along with his parents. The novel goes on to trace an intricate and intimate geography of time,...
Our new writer-in-residence

Our new writer-in-residence

Although Shaughnessy Bishop-Stall has lived in Toronto for the past 10 years, and Montreal for the decade before that, he grew up in Vancouver. Bishop-Stall has been working as an author, freelance journalist, and teacher for more than 20 years. His work has appeared in most major publications in Canada, including Maclean’s, Walrus, and Saturday Night.