Nelson author Anne Degrace's latest column for the Nelson Star.
It began with a tall spindly pine tree growing in the corner of our yard smack at the meeting point of four fences.
Anne Degrace writes about some of her favourite BC books.
The Nelson library's Anne Degrace on flash fiction....
When I came to work last year and saw the rainbow crosswalk outside the library I felt elated, delighted and proud.
The library is the friendly hub for travellers of all kinds, offering a different sort of connectedness.
From our library columnist Anne DeGrace . . .
In the opening scene of Liberation Days, the ever-optimistic Canadian Captain Miles Cavendish just wants to know if “everyone is okay.”
A new installment in Anne DeGrace's mini-series on writers at the Elephant Mountain Literary Festival.
An Elephant Mountain Literary Festival Mini-series
"Librarians don’t exactly sit around reading, and your library-social hub of the community-has a hard time staying quiet," writes DeGrace.
New book Pairings features 21 Nelson chefs and plenty of good eats.
Anne DeGrace writes warmly about being fuzzily home for the holidays.
Stories of Alice Munro and more at Elephant Mountain Literary Festival.
That I’ve been avoiding writing my last Cultural Commentary for days doesn’t at all reflect on the honour