Artwork: Jenn Ashton  '  All Different But All Connected'

Artwork: Jenn Ashton 'All Different But All Connected'

SEA TO SKY REVIEW : CELEBRATION

VOLUME 1. ISSUE 1. APRIL 2018

We're so excited to share with you our very first issue of the Sea to Sky Review. Join us as we celebrate the poetry of Antonia Clark, Calvin Wharton, Mary MacDonald, Allan Lake, DF Parizeau and Squamish's own Anne Thomson. In this issue you'll also find the winners of the 2018 Whistler Outdoor Endurance & Survival Writing Contest. And we celebrate new life given to an old Squamish project - Story of Mine. Throughout all this literary indulgence you'll be treated to the colourful and happy artwork of Jenn Ashton. Enjoy!


POETRY


WHISTLER OUTDOOR ENDURANCE
& SURVIVAL WRITING CONTEST

Here are the two winning entries in the 2018 Whistler Outdoor Endurance & Survival Writing Contest. Winner of the Open Category is Alexandra Rochester who inspires us with her tribute to the dogged endurance of children and the love of a sport. Winner of the Youth Category is Irie Smith whose poem invites the reader to join her as she climbs a mountain.


STORY OF MINE

An Adventure in Community

What brought you to Squamish? What keeps you here?  The Squamish Writers Group wants to tell your story. We intend to be an avenue for the expression of our stories. In 250 to 350 words tell us what brought you here or what keeps you here.  (2009)

These were the words that led to a series of printed booklets titled Story of Mine published between 2009 and 2011. Spearheaded by Riun Blackwell and supported by the Squamish Writers Group, Story of Mine was an Adventure in Community. Sea to Sky Review will be republishing some of the articles first published in the Story of Mine papers. 

The little video was produced by Riun Blackwell (interviews), Jude Goodwin (movie editing), and features music written by 13 year old Yvonne Hanson.