Winnipeg author focuses on Manitoba's historic kitchens and the food that came from them.

Manitoba Kitchens Christine

"This cookbook is full of stories — and they're real people who contributed to this book and they all had fascinating stories to tell." Christine Hanlon on her bestselling book Out of Old Manitoba Kitchens.

Click here to read more in the Winnipeg Free Press

A Spine-Chilling Collection of Stories From Our Favourite Nova Scotian Writers

Where Evil Dwells Cover

Just in time for Halloween "authors from across Nova Scotia who have a background in writing about the paranormal, ghost stories and the supernatural" come together in Where Evil Dwells: The Nova Scotia Anthology of Horrors. Edited by Vernon Oickle

Click here to read the article in the Queens County Citizen

Mary Harelkin Bishop talks about Moose Jaw's "colourful and wonderful history".


Mary Harelkin Bishop talks with the Moose Jaw Times Herald about the "colourful and wonderful history" of the city in her new book, Moose Jaw: A History in Words and Pictures.

Click here to read the article in the Moose Jaw Times Herald

Saskatchewan's 2018 One Book One Province

Amy Jo One Book

Amy Jo Ehman's Out of Old Saskatchewan Kitchens has been chosen as THE book to read for the Saskatchewan Library Association's 2018 One Book One Province.

Click here to read the article at The Leader Post

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