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Happy Holidays from Harbour!
Happy Holidays from Harbour!

Please note that our office and warehouse are closed between December 24 - January 2, reopening on January 3, 2023.

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Anne Cameron, 1938-2022
Anne Cameron, 1938-2022

Anne Cameron: a voice like no other Anne Cameron, a British Columbia original, was born in Nanaimo, BC on August 20, 1938, and she died of bacterial pneumonia on November 30, 2022. Easily one of the province...

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Caroll Simpson tours Vancouver Island
Caroll Simpson tours Vancouver Island

Caroll Simpson, author of Alone in the Great Unknown: One Woman’s Remarkable Adventures in the Northwestern Wilderness (Harbour Publishing, $26.95) will be touring Vancouver this November and December

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Luschiim Arvid Charlie and Nancy J. Turner win the 2022 Roderick Haig-Brown Regional Prize
Luschiim Arvid Charlie and Nancy J. Turner win the 2022 Roderick Haig-Brown Regional Prize

Luschiim Arvid Charlie and Nancy J. Turner have won the 2022 Roderick Haig-Brown Regional Prize for their book, Luschiim’s Plants: Traditional Indigenous Foods, Materials and Medicine 

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Amanda Swinimer finalist for the City of Victoria Butler Book Prize
Amanda Swinimer finalist for the City of Victoria Butler Book Prize

Amanda Swinimer has been announced as a finalist for the City of Victoria Butler Book Prize for her book, The Science and Spirit of Seaweed: Discovering Food, Medicine and Purpose in the Kelp Forests of the Pacific Northwest.

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Barry Gough finalist for the City of Victoria Butler Book Prize
Barry Gough finalist for the City of Victoria Butler Book Prize

Barry Gough has been shortlisted for the City of Victoria Butler Book Prize for his book, Possessing Meares Island: A Historian’s Journey into the Heart of Clayoquot Sound

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Terence Young featured in 2022/23 Poetry in Transit Program announced by The Association of Book Publishers of BC
Terence Young featured in 2022/23 Poetry in Transit Program announced by The Association of Book Publishers of BC

The Association of Book Publishers of BC (ABPBC) has announced the 2022/23 Poetry in Transit Program featuring Terence Young for his book Smithereens as part of its selection.

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Undoing Hours by Selina Boan wins an Indigenous Voices Award
Undoing Hours by Selina Boan wins an Indigenous Voices Award

Recipients of the fifth annual Indigenous Voices Awards have been announced, and Selina Boan has won the published poetry in English category for her book, Undoing Hours (Nightwood Editions).

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Barry Gough wins the 2022 Lieutenant Governor’s Medal for Historical Writing
Barry Gough wins the 2022 Lieutenant Governor’s Medal for Historical Writing

Barry Gough has won the 2022 Lieutenant Governor’s Medal for Historical Writing for his book, Possessing Meares Island: A Historian’s Journey into the Heart of Clayoquot Sound.

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Alan Twigg
Dr. Twigg

Congratulations to Harbour author Dr. Alan Twigg, on the recent award of Doctor of Letters, honoris causa from SFU. Twigg received the honour as "a champion of our province’s literary world" for "an immense ...

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Harbour Publishing Fall 2022 catalogue now available!
Harbour Publishing Fall 2022 catalogue now available!

Harbour Publishing's Fall 2022 catalogue, which includes forthcoming releases from Nightwood Editions and Lost Moose Books, is now available for download here! Read on for short summaries of the Fall 2022 books.

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Undoing Hours by Selina Boan wins 2022 Pat Lowther Memorial Award
Undoing Hours by Selina Boan wins 2022 Pat Lowther Memorial Award

The winners for the 2022 League of Canadian Poets Book Awards have been announced, and Selina Boan has won the Pat Lowther Memorial Award for Undoing Hours.

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