Rettie on Books
Alex Rettie bids a fond farewell to Alberta Views readers
Adam Melnyk’s Visual Orgasm: The Early Years of Canadian Graffiti; Robert R. Martin’s There Are Two Errors in the Title of This Book*.
Karen Hines’ Drama: Pilot Episode; Stewart Lemoine’s Witness to Conga and Other Plays.
Minister Faust’s The Alchemists of Kush; C.D. Evans and L.M. Shyba’s 5,000 Dead Ducks; Craig DiLouie’s The Infection.
Jann Arden’s Falling Backwards: A Memoir; Ice-T and Douglas Century’s Ice: A Memoir of Gangster Life and Redemption-from South Central to Hollywood.
Ian Bullock’s Romancing the Revolution: The Myth of Soviet Democracy and the British Left; Jalal Barzanji’s The Man in Blue Pyjamas
Moreau’s edition of The Writings of David Thompson, Vol. 1: The Travels; Kaye’s Goodlands: A Meditation and History on the Great Plains
Dustship Glory by Andreas Schroeder; Winter in Fireland: A Patagonian Sailing Adventure by Nicholas Coghlan
A Painful Duty: 40 Years at the Criminal Bar by C. D. Evans; Little Comrades by Laurie Lewis.