This week we wished away winter with our staff spring preview, shared thoughts from author Adam Pottle on disability and writing satire, and learned more about a displaced Vancouver community in an essay from Chelene Knight.
~ Author Elizabeth Langridge discussed combining personal fact and researched fiction in her novel/memoirs Arise the Dead: The Great War and Arise the Dead: World War Two (Guernica Editions) in
~ We learned more about Hogan's Alley, a Vancouver community forced out of their homes, and the greater impact of gentrification in Chelene Knight's essay
Bring Me Back Home.
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