A thumbs-up from Charles Hill

Charles Hill, curator emeritus of Canadian art at the National Gallery, has graciously sent along an endorsement of my latest book Jackson's Wars: "This is a superbly researched book on a period in the life of A.Y. Jackson that is too often lightly treated, yet was crucial to the development of his social and artistic... Continue Reading →

So…what’s new?

The Waubuno, lost with everyone aboard on Georgian Bay, November 22, 1879 We're into 2023 now, and I've been busy with a few new things since Jackson's Wars was published in May 2022, while still supporting the book with presentations. I have a truly fascinating biography coming from Barlow Books, Repairing the World, on Montreal's... Continue Reading →

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