Gail Banning is an author based in Vancouver, BC. She is a former QC, currently working on the sequel to her award-nominated young adult novel, Out on a Limb.
Louis Druehl is the editor of The New Bamfielder and Professor Emeritus at Simon Fraser University where he taught and researched kelp for 36 years. His bestseller, Pacific Seaweeds (Harbour Publishing, 2001), introduced thousands to these little-appreciated plants. Louis continues a 40-year relationship with Japanese seaweed researchers. His first novel, Cedar, Salmon and Weed (Granville [...]
Robert O'Brien emigrated from Ireland to Canada in the 1990s and is a teacher and actor based in Vancouver. The publication of his memoir, Just One More Drive, was preceded by The MINI: A Strategic Relaunch of a Dormant Brand (Lambert Academic Publishing, 2016).
Anne Parker is a three-time cancer survivor and genetic testing advocate. Her life story was turned into a multi-award-winning film, Decoding Annie Parker, starring Helen Hunt and Samantha Morton. Her autobiography, Annie Parker Decoded, was published in 2014.
Paul Suter is a long-time resident of Whistler, BC. An endurance athlete of international standing, his career was cut short by the crippling effects of multiple concussions. His memoir, Flat Out in Pieces, published by Tidewater Press, is his first book.