Daniel Anctil has a BA from UVic and has always wanted to make a children’s book. He is fascinated with the arts of storytelling and word smithing. Fly Fly is his first book. He lives in Vancouver.
Pierre Anctil is a full professor of history at the University of Ottawa and author or editor of over thirty books, including titles such as Saint-Laurent, Montreal’s Main (Septentrion) and Religion, Culture and the State: Canada and Quebec, Reflections of the Bouchard-Taylor Report (University of Toronto Press). He lives in Montreal with his wife and two dogs.
Johnson, E. Pauline
E. Pauline Johnson-Tekahionwake (1861–1913), born a Mohawk princess, was a Canadian poet, story-teller, and entertainer. This collection of stories as told to her by Squamish Chief Joe Capilano represents one of her lasting achievements of cultural preservation.
Michael Kluckner is a Canadian writer and artist. His books won numerous awards, including the Duthie Prize, the Vancouver Book Prize, the Toronto Book Prize (short list), the Hallmark Society (Victoria) Award of Merit, and the Heritage Canada Medal of Achievement. His work with the Heritage Vancouver Society and the Heritage Canada Foundation is well-known. He now volunteers for the Vancouver Heritage Commission and is incoming president of the Vancouver Historical Society.
Marcotte, Danielle S.
Danielle S. Marcotte left the Masters Program in History at University of Victoria to work for Radio-Canada in 1974. She was a radio host, journalist, and producer in Vancouver for more than 30 years. Now retired and still living in BC, she writes children’s stories and contributes to newspapers and magazines in both French and English.
David McNeil is an Associate Professor at Dalhousie University in the English Department. Apart from that he is your typical hockey fan.
Nördlinger McDonnell, Lillooet
Lillooet Nördlinger McDonnell, PhD, is a scholar of modern Jewish and Israeli history. Originally from British Columbia, she is currently a research fellow at the Zelikovitz Centre for Jewish Studies in Ottawa.
Edmond Rivère was born in Provence, France – just a few kilometres away from the birthplace of Charles Pandosy. For many years a resident of Kelowna, Rivère became fascinated with the history of his fellow countryman. Rivère is an associate professor at UBC Okanagan in Kelowna.