Class acts

reagan anderson
After graduating from UBC, Reagan B. Anderson's journey took him twice to Iraq as a combat doctor, then as a civilian doctor, and now as a veteran seeking care. Through compelling stories, Dr. Reagan...
eleonore
Eleonore Schönmaier's Wavelengths of Your Song (McGill-Queen's University Press, 2017) was published in German in August 2020 as Wellenlängen deines Liedes by Parasitenpresse, Cologne (translator...
richard little
Richard Warren Little has moved with his family to the Los Angeles area, to work as VP for Audio at a start-up called Droplabs. Droplabs is developing wearable audio products. Their first product...
Victoria Shroff is grateful to have received a February 2020 SEEDS Award from the August International Society for Animal Rights (1959), based in the USA. The award recognizes her 20-year career as a...
don hutchinson
Don Hutchinson has published his second book with Word Alive Press. Church in Society: First-Century Citizenship Lessons for Twenty-First-Century Christians was released in December 2019. In...
John MacKay's 2018 book, Dziga Vertov: Life and Work (Vol. 1, from Academic Studies Press) was reviewed in the Times Literary Supplement by Emma Widdis, and in Cineaste by Stuart Liebman. MacKay is...
robin keirstead
In November 2019, Robin Keirstead retired as university archivist at Western University. After undergraduate and graduate studies in history at Acadia and Queen’s, he moved to Vancouver to earn a...
pamela dangelmaier
Pamela recently graduated summa cum laude from Canada's first graduate certificate program in Mindfulness-Based Teaching & Learning, offered by the University of the Fraser Valley. Creativity has...
Winona Kent recently retired from her administrative position at UBC's School of Population and Public Health. She is now a full-time writer. Her eighth novel, Notes on a Missing G-String (a...
marjorie
Marjorie Simmins is happy to announce the publication of her third non-fiction book, Memoir: Conversations and Craft, from Pottersfield Press. As a freelance journalist for 30 years, Simmins was...