Today I had the privilege of talking about Emily Carr’s BC with the people of Smithers, as the guest of Sheila Peters on her hour-long CICK radio show “In the Shadow of the Mountain.” It brought back such great memories of my travels along Highway 16. Click here for the podcast.Read More
So much appreciate this mention for Emily Carr’s BC in the most respected book related journal in the province (and a lot farther afield). Really, check out BC BookWorld for excellent articles and all the scoop on new releases.Read More
Wonderful review of Emily Carr’s BC: Book Two: Northern BC & Haida Gwaii in today’s Victoria Times Colonist.Read More
Fantastic event at Emily Carr House in Victoria. With free admission sponsored by the Victoria Foundation, curator Jan Ross estimated some 1,000 people visited the birthplace and family home of the woman who has inspired me to travel the province visiting the places she lived and worked. I gave two talk/readings and had a wonderful time talking for hours with an amazing array of Emily Carr fans and even met some of my social media friends. It was just super.Read More
If you’re going to be in Victoria on September 17, I’d love to see you at Emily Carr House. Great opportunity to chat about Emily and her travels, with readings from Book Two of the trilogy, Emily Carr’s BC: Northern BC & Haida Gwaii. This terrific event is hosted by Jan Ross, curator of Emily Carr House, with free admission sponsored by the Victoria Foundation as part of their Victoria Foundation Day. I’m delighted to be talking about Emily’s travels against the backdrop of Jen Burgess’ art in her exhibition “on a Tangent Tear.”
Hope to see you there.