"Caitlin Press was established in 1977 as a feminist
literary press on Gabriola Island in BC, Canada. In the
1980s, Caitlin Press moved to Vancouver as a literary press.
Cynthia Wilson and the late Ken Carling bought Caitlin Press
in 1991 and moved the business to Prince George to become
the trade publisher of interior British Columbia. Since
then Caitlin Press has established itself as a reputable,
reliable small publisher."
from the "About
Us" page of the Caitlin Press Inc. Website
Caitlin Press Publications (1991-2005).
1991. The Gas Tank of My Heart, by Richard Thompson.
Thirteen by Jan Drabek. Pulp Log, by Barry McKinnon.
1992. Everest Canada, the Climb for Hope, by Peter
Austen, forward by Sir Edmund Hillary. Four Realities: Poets
of Northern B.C.: poems by Ken Belford, Barry McKinnon, Barbara
Munk, and George Stanley. He Saw with Other Eyes, Stories of
the Cariboo, by Tod Lee. Spirit of the Yukon, by June
1993. The Far Land, by Eva MacLean. Ginter,
by Jan Udo Wenzel. The Ice Cream Bucket Effect, by Richard
Thompson. Unfriendly Neighbours, by Chilco Choate.
1994. Discovering Sauerkraut, by Alice Wolczuk.
From California to North 52: Cariboo experiences, by Ted
and Eldon Lee, North Coast Collected, ed. by Dave Speck.
Orcas Calling, by Gord Smedley. Porcupines, Politicians
and Plato, by Dan Kishkan; illustrated by Judy Lister. Your
Good Hat, by Barbara Munk.
1995. Atlin's Gold, by Petre Steele. The centre,
by Barry McKinnon. Hazardous Pursuit, by Bruce Strachan.
High Heels 'n Oil Rigs, by Beverly Jones. A Traveller's
Guide to Northern British Columbia, by Ken Coates and Carin
Holroyd. The Wabasca Adventure , by Earle Frood.
1996. Forbidden Mountains, by Vivien Lougheed.
Hide and Seek, by Margaret Thompson. Little Lake Saga,
by Nelson Miller, illustrated by Kathy Bedard. My people, Myself,
by Mary Lawrence. One Gal's Army, by Sue Ward. Patience
of Dearing Bay, by Effie Fahey, Sojourners in the North,
by Lily Chow.
1997. The Colour of Gold, by Margaret McKirdy,
Cowboys and Dog Tales, by Tim O'Byrne. Forests, Power
and Policy: the Legacy of Ray Willison, by Eileen Williston
and Betty Keller. Threadbare Like Lace, by Jacqueline Baldwin.
Wilderness Beginnings, by Rose Hertel Falkenhagen.
1998. The Colour of Water, by Luanne Armstrong.
Crazy Man's Creek, by Jack Boudreau. The Creative Voice:
Life and Art in the Okanagan, by Gary Pearson. Pembina
Country, by Paul Jones. Wild Liard Waters: Canoeing Canada's
Historic Liard River, by Ferdi Wenger.
1999. The Ghosts Behind Him, by Doris Ray. Paper
Trees, by Roy Sinclair. Rainbow Dancer, by Heather
Harris. The Spruces, by Rex Holmes. A Touch of Murder
Now and Then, by Murdoch Robertson.
2000. Breaking Trail, by Len Marchand and Matt
Hughes. Chasing Their Dreams, by Lily Chow. Country
Doctor, a Memoir, by Ben Dlin. Grizzly Bear Mountain, by
Jack Boudreau. Pathways into the Mountain, by Ken Belford.
2001. Adventures of Grey-Dawn by the Ghostwriter,
illustrated by Carla Aubichon. Better the Devil You Know,
by Betty Keller. Curtained Windows, Lighted Rooms, by Bal
Sethi. The Last Three Hundred Miles, by G. Stewart Nash.
Sisters Torn, by Cynthia J. Faryon.
2002. Mixed Messages, by Judith Lapadat. Mountains,
Campfires and Memories, by Jack Boudreau. River Child,
by Eleanor Millard.
2003. Bloody Practice: Doctoring in the Cariboo and
Around the World, by Sterling Haynes. Cassiar, a Jewel
in the Wilderness, by Suzanne Leblanc. A Northern Woman,
by Jacqueline Baldwin. Salish Elders, by Wim Tewinkel.
Wilderness Dreams, by Jack Boudrea.
2004. Clear Cut Cause, by Steve Anderson. Surveying
Northern British Columbia: a Photo Journal of Frank Swannell,
by Jay Sherwood. Wild and Free, by Frank Cooke as told
to Jack Boudreau.
2005. From the Chilcotin to the Chilcook, Selected
Hikes of Northern B.C. by Vivien Lougheed.
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