Written by Canadian freelance writer Beka Shane Denter, Bloom Where You Are Planted: 50 Conversations With Inspiring British Columbians showcases British Columbians who inspire us to be better.
Here are two must-read books to add to your summer reading list. Featured in NUVO’s Summer Issue, Rebecca Peng provides an in depth review.
The South America Wine Guide is the brainchild and product of the sheer hard work of Amanda Barnes, an English wine writer who has lived in Argentina for the last dozen years.
Here are two must-read books to add to your spring reading list. Featured in NUVO’s Spring Issue 92, Rebecca Peng provides an in depth review.
Ruthnum is a student of form as much as substance, and his latest novel was the only way to contain some of the sweeping ideas about technology, diversity politics, and the modern workplace that had been nagging at him for months.
How to Blow Up a Pipeline by Andreas Malm and Nishga by Jordan Abel.
We review Somebody’s Daughter and The Other Black Girl.
Trina Moyles is no stranger to solitude. The author of the new memoir excerpted here has spent several summers as a lone eye in the sky atop a fire lookout in northern Canada.
Words of grief, frustration, and hope reflect on the novel virus that brought the entire world to a standstill.