With a travel grant from the Canada Council for the Arts, I was recently able to travel down south to complete my research on early jazz. Such a valuable experience researching the Hogan Jazz Archives and a big thanks to … Continue reading
Reporter in Disguise: The Intrepid Vic Steinberg is shortlisted for the Hackmatack Children’s Choice awards, 2015.Way to go, Vic! The first title in the new Ripple series from Fitzhenry & Whiteside is Everyone Can be a Changemaker, The Ashoka Effect … Continue reading
Just returned from the St. Lawrence, Newfoundland book launch of Life Lines: The Lanier Phillips Story. It’s all true about Newfoundland hospitality, the best you will ever experience! From the reception to the boil up, tours and launch complete with live … Continue reading
My latest book will be released by Breakwater Books on September 1, 2014.The book tells the amazing story of African American Lanier Phillips, and the events that changed his life forever.
February brings good news. Reporter in Disguise has been recognized by the American Library Association for excellence in feminist literature for children. The only Canadian book on the list, Vic Steinberg would be thrilled that she continues to inspire girls … Continue reading
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My latest book, Reporter in Disguise: The Intrepid Vic Steinberg, is just released. Catch me on CBC Fresh Air Toronto on May 11 with Karen Gordon.
This is the final cover of my latest book. It will be launched in March, 2013
Vic Steinberg was a fascinating person to write about, because no one ever discovered her true identity. She is truly a “woman of mystery.”
Launching my new book, Pier 21: Listen to My Story – tonight at the Biscuit Eater in Mahone Bay. Beautiful bookstore cafe, thanks to Cara and Frederick!
I’m working on two new book ideas for my publisher, but Nova Scotia has so many distractions! The Mi’kmaq Festival at Fort Point was a delight, so was the Windhorse Farm supper and movie, all on the same day. Yesterday, … Continue reading