Books tagged: Portraits

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111 West Coast Literary Portraits

Photographs by Barry Peterson & Blaise Enright

111 West Coast Literary Portraits by Barry Peterson and Blaise Enright features rare portraits of emerging, midcareer and well-known writers who have lived in B. C., accompanied by excerpts of their writing. In 1997 Barry Peterson and Blaise Enright became obsessively curious ... Read more


By (photographer) Lincoln Clarkes

Cyclists is an exquisite collection of hundreds of candid photographs. This book is a selection of 150 men & women riding bicycles on Toronto’s streets in 2011 and 2012. These remarkable pictures are street style/fashion portraits. They are stolen public moments given back ... Read more

James Wilson

By John Leroux
Photographs by James Wilson

A CBC New Brunswick Book List Selection

"The same stage, but different actors," explains Wilson. "There is something interesting to me about separating people from their environment, about keeping the focus on the individual. "

James Wilson’s studio portraits capture subjects ... Read more

Joe?s Toronto

By Mendelson Joe

Mendelson Joe was born in Toronto at the Western Hospital less than a year before Canada joined the Allies in ending World War II. Although Joe grew up in Maple, a feedmill town twenty miles north of Toronto, the city of Toronto was always his home ? even during his itinerant ... Read more


By (photographer) Brian Atkinson
Text by Joanne Cadogan

On a bitterly cold day with a driving wind, Brian Atkinson met three generations of the Williston family of Hardwicke and went out onto the ice of Miramichi Bay to take photos of them smelting. He was looking for story ideas for Canadian Geographic. Something in the character ... Read more

Portraits of Canadian Writers

By Bruce Meyer

In Portraits of Canadian Writers, Bruce Meyer shares the portraits of some of Canada's most beloved writers alongside anecdotes that reveal their personalities.

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By Joanna Henry & Ilana Landsberg-Lewis
Photographs by Alexis MacDonald
Edited by Michele Landsberg

Winner, 2018 Best Atlantic Published Book Award
A National Bestseller

By the time the AIDS pandemic in Africa had reached its height in the early 2000s, millions of children had been orphaned. In the face of overwhelming loss, the grandmothers of Africa stepped in to hold families ... Read more