Books

“From the very first pages of our art history books,” writes National Gallery director Marc Mayer on the very first page of his own

A Samurai’s Pink House Sonia Saikaley (Inanna Publications) In Town: Sonia Saikaley launches her book on July 12 at 7 p.m., Octopus Books, 116 Third Ave. Ottawa writer

Ruth Abernethy's life is, as she says, "in tidy little pieces." One of Canada's most prolific and talented sculptors in bronze did not start her

Ottawa author Janet Lunn, entertained and educated generations of children with her 18, mainly historical, fiction and non-fiction books. Lunn died this week at

Newfoundland Literary Pub Crawl and Dinner with Lisa Moore, Ed Riche, Eva Crocker, Robert Chafe, Bridget Canning and Kathleen Winter When: July 4 pub crawl at

In 1983 a book called Exploring Ottawa was published. Written by the respected heritage expert and architectural historian Harold Kalman, it was a guide