Donna Kane, MFA’14, has released her master’s thesis, Summer of the Horse, with Harbour Publishing. A non-fiction manuscript, Summer of the Horse explores both the physical landscape of the Muskwa-Kechika Management Area (M-KMA), located in British Columbia’s Northern Rockies, and the metaphysical landscape of the human mind. She offers great thanks to faculty members Luanne Armstrong, Merilyn Simonds, and Wayne Grady for their support of this project.
In his new book, Views of the Salish Sea: One Hundred and Fifty Years of Change around the Strait of Georgia, author Howard Macdonald Stewart, PhD’14, takes a many-faceted approach to examining the Strait of Georgia, a sea spanning 300 kilometres from Victoria and Vancouver to Campbell River and Powell River. Stewart considers this region through a variety of perspectives over the past 150 years – as a highway or barrier, waste dump, recreational haven and more – in an effort to express this region as an interrelated whole, one that we must work to protect if we want to preserve its inherent richness.
Suzanne Kamata, MFA’16, is happy to announce the publication of her novel, The Mermaids of Lake Michigan. The book has been honored with a Silver IPPY Award, and has been nominated for a Sakura Medal in Japan.