Artists and the Urban Landscape

Mark-Making in Space  A few days ago, while looking for knitting needles, I found a most surprising thing: a copy of a Times Colonist article about Sean Nattrass, the artist whose piece Split: Wound That Separates became the cover of a Crwth journal. The article,...
Turning Inspiration into Narrative Nonfiction

Turning Inspiration into Narrative Nonfiction

We are pleased to share a guest post from Karen Autio, author of Growing Up in Wild Horse Canyon.  Meet Wild Horse Canyon, the inspiration for my narrative nonfiction picture book, illustrated by Loraine Kemp. This majestic canyon, tucked in the middle of Okanagan...
An Interview with Kristin Butcher

An Interview with Kristin Butcher

We recently had the opportunity to ask Crwth author, Kristin Butcher, a few quesitons about her upcoming book, Isobel’s Stanley Cup and her experience writing historical fiction for young people. Crwth: What exactly about Isobel Stanley inspired you to write...
A Visit to Wild Horse Canyon

A Visit to Wild Horse Canyon

Before the Canada Day long weekend began, Jon, my partner and Crwth’s videographer, and I headed out to record some video at Okanagan Mountain Provincial Park. Our goal was to promote Growing Up in Wild Horse Canyon, by Karen Autio and illustrated by Loraine Kemp, but...