Matthew Kalkman will be interviewed on Victoria’s CFAX 1070 on Thursday, November 3rd at 10am as well as CBC Victoria’s On The Island with Gregor Craigie on Friday, November 4th at 6:30 am. Tune in to hear him talk about New Liberalism.
Matthew Kalkman released New Liberalism this past weekend at Liberal International’s 187th seminar and reception in London, UK. Members of government from thirty-six countries around the world came to attend the Liberal International Executive Committee meeting in London on the 14th and 15th of October. Liberal International is the world
One hundred years ago, liberalism was modernized to tackle the challenges of the time. Today, liberalism must again be renewed to ensure freedom is protected for future generations. For a society to be maintained and evolve, the notion of a common humanity extending to all people on this planet needs
Bruce Fraser recently chatted with CBC Victoria about On Potato Mountain. Listen here.
Douglas May, author of upcoming title Attack of the Manorwood Brigade is also a songwriter. He has just released a new CD entitled Alone in this Together. To listen, visit his website! (I already have it on repeat).
The Politics of Blindness: from Charity to Parity by Graeme McCreath The Book: 79% of blind Canadians have never had a job. McCreath, blind since age nine, paints a vivid picture of what it is to be blind in Canada and offers a compelling critique of the lack of existing
Cinemazoo just received a great customer review on Amazon. Judith Pipher writes . . . After watching Saving Cinemazoo the 12 episode web series at http://www.savingcinemazoo.com. I was anxious to read Cinemazoo: My Urban Safari, the autobiography of Gary Oliver, written with Wendy Bancroft. Gary is an extremely unusual man –
Bruce Fraser, author of On Potato Mountain, has a radio interview on CFAX 1070 in Victoria. Tune in Thursday, September 29th at 2:35pm!
Events Bruce Fraser – Oak Bay Library Branch: Sept.29 from 7 to 8:30pm (1442 Monterey Ave.) – Chapters in Downtown Victoria: Sept.30 from 1 to 4pm (1212 Douglas Street) – Volume One Bookstore in Duncan: Oct.1 from 11am to 3pm