Red Laredo Boots

By (author): Theresa Kishkan

As a girl growing up in British Columbia, and now as a mother with a family of her own, Theresa Kishkan has travelled and camped the length and breadth of the province. In these lyrical essays describing her journeys, Kishkan brings to life a landscape impregnated with history and memory, from the Skeena Valley in the north through the dry plateau of the Nicola Valley to Saltspring, Bella Coola, and the west coast of Vancouver Island.

Red Laredo Boots is Number 6 in the Transmontanus series.


Theresa Kishkan

Theresa Kishkan is an accomplished author of nine books of poetry and prose. Her work has appeared in numerous anthologies and literary journals such as Geist, BC Bookworld, Brick, The Canadian Forum, Fiddlehead, The Malahat Review and Quill and Quire. A mother of three children, she now makes her home on the Sechelt Peninsula with her husband, John Pass. Please visit Theresa online at


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96 Pages
9in * 8in * 0.2in


January 01, 1996


New Star Books



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HISTORY / Canada / Post-Confederation (1867-)

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