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Bob Dylan Winner of Nobel Prize in Literature Yes, it’s true. For my generation — us Boomers — most of our great writers are our Singer-Songwriters. They sang our lives. So I cheered at the Announcement. Nobel … Continue reading
The GREATEST AUTHORS OF NORTH-WEST MOUNTED POLICE FICTION Or WRITERS OF THE SCARLET SERGE “To the sweet-voiced, dark-eyed little half-Cree maiden at Lac-Bain, who is the Minnetaki of this story; and to Teddy Brown, guide and … Continue reading
Trail of the Elk: Discovering the Northcountry of Mikkjel Fønhus “This is the story of a wizard elk — Rauten, as people called him. He was a human being in animal guise…” The Northcountry in literature has captured … Continue reading
Growth of the Soil by Knut Hamsun My rating: 5 of 5 stars Over the years, I’ve discovered writers who take you into the very heart of Humankind: which means they really took me into the living heart of all … Continue reading
Global Climate Change Facts From A Conservative Point Of View COP21 Climate Change Conference Paris & Beyond… “Canada Is Back!” Now we have hope again. After the years of Canada’s Greenest Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, when … Continue reading
A TRIBUTE TO CHARLES LIVINGSTON BULL, “AMERICA’S PREMIERE WILDLIFE ARTIST!” I first saw the fierce, exhilarating drawings of American wildlife artist Charles Livingston Bull in an old hardcover copy of HAUNTERS OF THE SILENCES, by Canadian author … Continue reading
Wolf Whelps & Lead Dogs: Tribute to Wilderness Writer George Marsh I must have been age nine when the kindly older couple next door gave me a copy of George Marsh’s THE WHELPS OF THE WOLF. We had been … Continue reading
Of Polar Bears. As the Water Rises, Their Prospects Fall. You may have heard of Senator Nicole Eaton’s recent suggestion to re-designate Canada’s National Animal from the industrious Beaver to the mighty Polar Bear. It’s a cultural change with … Continue reading
The Great Pulp Fiction Mounties “We want men, and we want men like you. You could enlist as a constable and there is always opportunity to advance.” “It’s a great service!” exclaimed Cameron. “I’d like to join.” … Continue reading
EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS: A Tribute to Tarzan’s Creator Most of my boyhood heroes were writers. As I’ve said before, my first literary hero was Sir Charles G D Roberts. Almost forgotten today, Canadian Roberts was once as … Continue reading