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BC Book Prizes Finalist

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A Good Day We are delighted and humbled that Surrey: A City of Stories has been named as a finalist in the Roderick Haig-Brown Regional prize category, part of BC Book Prizes 2018. Place is built as much on layers of stories as it is on landscape or building fabric, and we worked hard to… Read more »

We Are Kwantlen Exhibit

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The We Are Kwantlen exhibit we developed in partnership with Skipp Design for the Seyem’ Qwantlen Business Group and Kwantlen Nation has closed at the Langley Centennial Museum. But you will be able to see this work and the stunning landscape photographs and portraiture by Gary Fiegehen when the exhibit opens in the Big House at… Read more »

Surrey: A City of Stories

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We are pleased to see that people really love our new book, Surrey: A City of Stories.  They have told us that they feel connected to it — can find themselves and their families in its text and photographs, and can learn about the experience of others on the plane of a single municipality over… Read more »

New History of Surrey : A Great Place to Live

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We’re writing a history book called Surrey: A City of Stories. We’ve been out talking to people in Surrey.  We’ve walked and paddled and looked in many corners.  And we’re hearing that this is a great place to live. Citizens value its history, its cultural diversity, its wild places, and the hum of activity that… Read more »

Hooray! Liard Basin!

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We are pleased as punch that one of our clients, Tony Kenyon, has been shortlisted for the Roderick Haig-Brown Regional Prize — one of six prizes offered by the West Coast Book Prize Society. See the full shortlist here: We wish him luck! His Recorded History of the Liard Basin was also one of two… Read more »

Roundin’ Up History

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We are proud to be working on the new City of Surrey history book. To honour this project, we have sent out our people to experience Surrey’s living history. The Round-Up Café features its landmark neon sign, and the same traditional food that has been served since its opening in 1949, when it was a… Read more »

Fort Langley Festival of the Book

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It’s that time again!  It’s time to celebrate the best of independent publishing and see the faces of people behind the text. Join us on July 1st from 11-2:30 join us at the Fort Langley Community Hall as we gather with local authors, chill with Amanda the Librarian from the Fraser Valley Regional Library, and… Read more »

History of the Liard Basin

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We have been working with Fort Nelson writer Anthony Kenyon for a few years now on his documentary history of the Liard Basin. Tony draws on the documentary records of the region he knows so well, and traces settlement in the area in the century after 1800. It is published by the Fort Nelson News… Read more »


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Have you ever felt yourself being one of those clients who just seems to never let go?  Does it ever feel like you are constantly trying to get something fixed? Changed? Done? That is how I have felt about this website for awhile since the moment when — poof! — something happened and — yikes!… Read more »

Brian Murdoch Shares his Antiquarian Wealth in the Art of the Book Series at Langley Centennial Museum

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Brian Murdoch is the courageous first speaker in Langley Centennial Museum’s Art of the Book series kicking off this week.   His talk is Thursday April 9 at 7:00. The Murdochs have owned and operated Murdoch’s Bookshoppe in Mission for just over two decades.  They have seen some pretty special books pass through their hands… Read more »