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Bolen Books owner, Samantha Bolen (right) and daughter, Madeline Holmes hold just some of the titles available in the Hillside Mall store. You can read whatever you like as a participant in the upcoming Summer Readathon fundraiser for literacy on June 1. bolen.bc.ca.

Put your love of reading to good use June 1

Bolen Books hosting Summer Readathon to help the Victoria Literacy Connection

Bolen Books owner, Samantha Bolen (right) and daughter, Madeline Holmes hold just some of the titles available in the Hillside Mall store. You can read whatever you like as a participant in the upcoming Summer Readathon fundraiser for literacy on June 1. bolen.bc.ca.
You’ll want to Rush right out and grab a copy of this book

You’ll want to Rush right out and grab a copy of this book

Bassist and band co-founder Geddy Lee in spotlight during May 22 book signing at Bolen’s

You’ll want to Rush right out and grab a copy of this book
In 1968, Edith Iglauer (second from left) accompanied Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau (second from right), his chief aide, Marc Lalonde, Trudeau’s brother, Charles, and three pooled press members—a photographer, a Canadian Press representative and the CBC—on a tour across the Canadian Arctic, the first such journey for a Canadian prime minister in office. (University of Victoria Libraries, Edith Iglauer fonds, SC546)

UVic receives personal and literary archives of renowned journalist

Edith Iglauer was ‘something like a meteor that flew across the sky’

In 1968, Edith Iglauer (second from left) accompanied Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau (second from right), his chief aide, Marc Lalonde, Trudeau’s brother, Charles, and three pooled press members—a photographer, a Canadian Press representative and the CBC—on a tour across the Canadian Arctic, the first such journey for a Canadian prime minister in office. (University of Victoria Libraries, Edith Iglauer fonds, SC546)
Camosun celebrates writing, imagery with newest literary journal

Camosun celebrates writing, imagery with newest literary journal

Beside the Point launch event Monday at college to feature readings by contributors

Camosun celebrates writing, imagery with newest literary journal
Michael Dupuis has written two books on the Winnipeg General Strike of 1919. (Nina Grossman/News Staff)

Victoria author-historian continues story of historic labour strike

Michael Dupuis’s second book on the Winnipeg General Strike of 1919 tells tales of average workers

Michael Dupuis has written two books on the Winnipeg General Strike of 1919. (Nina Grossman/News Staff)
Edugyan leads stellar group at 2019 Sidney LitFest

Edugyan leads stellar group at 2019 Sidney LitFest

Authors making a splash are on the roster for the annual seaside literary festival

  • Mar 22, 2019
Edugyan leads stellar group at 2019 Sidney LitFest
The City of Victoria and Greater Victoria Public Library have announced the city’s new honourary Youth Poet Laureate, Aziza Moqia Sealey-Qaylow (left) and Poet Laureate John Barton. Courtesy City of Victoria

Victoria embraces literacy, announces new poet laureates

John Barton and Aziza Moqia Sealey-Qaylow take on respective adult and youth roles

The City of Victoria and Greater Victoria Public Library have announced the city’s new honourary Youth Poet Laureate, Aziza Moqia Sealey-Qaylow (left) and Poet Laureate John Barton. Courtesy City of Victoria