By Stephen Legault
Featuring essays from the various area’s so much loved personalities, this unprecedented literary anthology celebrates the panorama, tradition, neighborhood and usual background of Alberta’s Bow Valley.
Canmore and Banff are jointly popular for his or her mountain tradition, diversified natural world and scenes of breathtaking average splendour. those brilliant mountain groups also are domestic to remarkable adventurers, artists, thinkers and writers. For the 1st time, the various area’s best-known personalities have contributed essays to a suite of labor that promotes this awesome quarter like no different booklet has sooner than. The individuals include
- Rob Alexander
- Jocey Asnong
- Barry Blanchard
- Ian Brown
- Kristy Davidson
- Colette Derworiz
- Ben Gadd
- Jamey Glasnovic
- Katherine Govier
- Maria Gregorish
- Miki Kawano
- Frances Klatzel
- Michale Lang
- Harvey Locke
- Dustin Lynx
- Lynn Martel
- Brewster Niehaus
- Ruth Oltmann
- Carol Picard
- Graeme Pole
- John Reilly
- Robert William Sandford
- Margo Talbot
- Jon Whyte
Author royalties from Imagine This Valley can be donated and put right into a fund for adolescents from the Bow Valley who desire to pursue writing as a vocation. An preliminary quantity of $2,000 could be put in belief through RMB | Rocky Mountain Books, and every 12 months, beginning in 2016, a $500 furnish can be given to a scholar drawn to pursuing their dream of writing.
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