In Print

Truth to Power

Truth to Power: The Journalism of a Benedictine Monk (Kingsley Publishing, 2010) by Fr. Andrew Murray Britz,
OSB, Edited by Dennis Gruending (BA’70, Arts’84)

Catholic newspaper editor Britz and writer Gruending have collaborated on a book delving into the debates and issues of Canadian church and society from the past 25 years.


Punishing Ugly Children

Punishing Ugly Children (Killick Press, 2010) by Darryl Joel Berger (BA’92)

Disfigured inside and out, the characters in this collection of 20 darkly seductive and compelling short stories are ill-made for anything but the crooked paths they follow.

 


Tommy's Team

Tommy’s Team (Fifth House Publishing, 2010) by Stuart Houston (DLitt’87) and Bill Waiser (MA’76, PhD’83)

Tommy’s Team offers an unprecedented look at the people who played a significant and often influential role in Tommy Douglas’s path to becoming one of the most successful political leaders of his era.


Vidh

Vidh: A Book of Mourning (Hagios Press, 2010) by Phyllis S. Nakonechny (BEd’73, BA’74)

This story of love and loss outlines the journey into widowhood. It strives to help others who struggle with grief and are learning to live without a partner.


Taming the Workplace Tigers

Taming the Workplace Tigers (TAG Publishing, 2010) by Barbara Bowes (BEd’76)

Take charge of your career by learning the skills you need to work effectively with everyone you meet and how to successfully navigate your way up the corporate ladder.


The Long Hello

The Long Hello: The Other Side of Alzheimer’s (Nightwing Press, 2010) by Cathie Borrie (LLB’87)

During the seven years caring for her mother with Alzheimer’s, Borrie follows her mother’s eccentric and poetic lead into the past and comes to cherish the bond between her and her mother.

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