54.4 | Winter 2021 British Columbia History
The theme of the fall issue of British Columbia History is Local News and is guest edited by Greg Nesteroff, former newspaper editor and radio news director in the West Kootenay. His book, "Lost Kootenays", co-authored with Eric Brighton, was recently released. The lineup includes: - The Rossland Evening World: A workers' voice for the Kootenays by Ron Verzuh - The Sympathetic Censor and 'The New Canadian' by Greg Nesteroff - Collecting the Publications of BC's Francophone Organizations by Maurice Guibord - Rassling in the Royal City: Professional wrestling at the Queen's Park Arenex - The Midwife: A day in the life of Nellie Yip Quong by Janet Mary Nicol - "Read All About It!": The story of a kidnapping by Andrea Lister - Emily Carr, Cartoonist by Robert Ratcliffe Taylor Plus Time Travels columnist Mark Forsythe heads to Lytton, Emilie Lonie speaks on preserving newspapers, and Jenn Ashton reflects on changing newspaper coverage of Indigenous peoples.