|Betty Keller was born in Vancouver, BC, and moved to the Sunshine Coast in 1980. She is a teacher, mentor, editor and a writer, and has authored or co-authored eighteen books, including biographies, histories, plays and novels. She is a founder of the Sunshine Coast's Festival of the Written Arts and the Writers in Residence Program. Betty has won numerous awards for her literary work. She is an avid potter, gardener and fisherperson. Her most recent publication is a reprint of her 2001 novel, Better the Devil You Know (Caitlin). Caitlin Press also published, in 2010, her book, A Thoroughly Wicked Woman: Murder, Perjury & Trial by Newspaper.|
Skookum Tugs: British Columbia's Working Tugboats|
978-1-55017-275-1 · 1-55017-275-1 · September 2006 · Hardback
CAD$49.95 · USD$49.95
Winner of the 2003 Bill Duthie Booksellers' Choice BC Book Prize! A dazzling array of magnificent colour photos and a crisp, engaging text bring to life the spirit of BC’s contemporary towboat industry and the beauty of BC’s waterways.
A Stain Upon the Sea: West Coast Salmon Farming|
978-1-55017-317-8 · 1-55017-317-0 · October 2004 · Paperback
CAD$26.95 · USD$26.95
Winner of the 2005 Roderick Haig-Brown BC Book Prize! Shortlisted for the 2005 George Ryga Award for Social Awareness!