“That summer — 1975 — I started to write songs. I wrote four songs a day and I did that for two or three years.”
Readers will come away with lots to ponder about the complexity of relationships in general, and the meaning of love in particular.
Insight and occasional enlightenment on the historical and contemporary Indigenous peoples of this land.
Tynes’ work illuminated the importance of a Black heritage that had been marginalized
This retired radioman’s first book paints a picture of life in the business during its heyday
Author Jim Lotz inspired many Atlantic Canadian writers. In advance of his memoir’s launch, we asked friends and colleagues to share their memories of him
Into the Wasteland
By Lesley Choyce
$12.95, paperback, 174 pp.
Red Deer Press, October 2014
Young Adult fiction