Dec 03, 2012
Whether your friends and family are interested in life enhancing stories, intelligent humor a la Garrison Keillor, mysteries, plays, pets or memoirs, there is a highly rated book on the topic from Bridgeross.
Nov 12, 2012
The author of After Her Brain Broke was selected to receive a Queen Elizabeth 11 Diamond Jubilee Medal which recognizes outstanding Canadians and honours them for their contributions to fellow citizens, to their communities and to the country.
Oct 17, 2012
David Laing Dawson has just released a new title of two one act plays - Here Not There - recently staged at the Hamilton ON Fringe Festival to positive reviews and My Name is Walter James Cross based on his filmed docudrama of the same name.
Oct 15, 2012
A new book by Pearl Goodman highlights that impact as she describes growing up in Toronto in the '60s with the influence of pop culture and the trauma of her parents' experiences in the Holocaust. Something to consider for Holocaust Education Week.
Aug 30, 2012
Prose To Go: Tales From A Private List (4.7/5 stars on Amazon) and My Life and Other Lies: Tales From A Writer's List (5/5 stars on Amazon) are now both available on Kobo for $3.99 each to celebrate all of BRC titles being available on Kobo
Aug 15, 2012
Vancouver author and artist, Sandra Yuen Mackay, whose book My Schizophrenic Life: The Road to Recovery From Mental Illness which chronicles her struggles named a Face of Mental Illness in Canada. This is the second recognition for Sandra this year.
Aug 07, 2012
Dr Carolyn Dobbins was honored by the Disability Resource Center for a life that reflects the spirit of the Americans With Disabilities Act by her helping to break down attitudinal barriers in society for those with mental illnesses.
Jul 23, 2012
That was one headline on Jordan Ramsay's murder and attempted murder of his parents. His schizophrenia meds were replaced by vitamins. Learn the bizarre history of Truehope and their alleged "cure" in the re-release of Pig Pills on Kindle and Kobo.
Jun 11, 2012
Joanne Carnegie of Montreal won awards for two stories in the Prose To Go anthology. Steve Pitt is also an award winner but not for a story in this collection. They are two of the 18 writers from across Canada who contributed to this collection.
May 24, 2012
David Laing Dawson has been investigating schizophrenia for over 30 years as a psychiatrist, film director and writer. Schizophrenia in Focus is the latest of his four films - documentaries and a feature - all now available via cuttingforstone.com.