1845-1846. Canada West.
Wild places. Mystic spaces.

              ?? Journey into the woods to find the dark but life-giving secret . . . 

Five stars for Sky Walker Tehawennihárhos: Charter

from Foreword Reviews


 because our lives are goth

Adventure and romance and history

The Mohawk Trilogy is a saga about outliers in the alien world of the mid-19th century, Upper Canada. ??

You’ll love the worm’s eye view.

View the facts. To the keepers of secrets: Did you think we wouldn’t look?

Check out Ruthven, at Indiana, Ontario

Trumpeting the Mohawk trilogy

Acknowledgments For support throughout – with art, beta readings, editing, design, proofing, production, publication, indexing, and book-club readings  – my appreciation goes to Christi Belcourt, Janine Brodie, Faye Boer, Lesley Clarke, DELC, Murray Dorin (1954-2020), Gerry Dotto, Jaclyn Draker, Judy Dunlop, Stephen Gibb, Dianne Gillespie, Jennifer Gobeil, Bruce E. Hill, Kiff Holland, Anita Jenkins, Shane Kennedy,… Read more …

Culture Clubs: The Real Fate of Societies

Culture Clubs is informed by the great debates of human nature, contemporary game theory, and creative literature and film. Minsos’ careful analysis of socialization makes a compelling case with abundant intuition and delightful wit. Dr. Janine Brodie CM FRSC, Critical Concepts: An Introduction to Politics  If you have spent any time wondering about human nature… Read more …

Culture Clubs: The Real Fate of Societies

Frances Anne Beechey Hopkins (1838–1919), Canoe Manned by Voyageurs Passing a Waterfall (1869). (LAC) CC0 In Hopkins’ painting Canadians will appreciate our home-grown paradoxes. There are French, Métis and Indigenous voyageurs, everyone showing healthy goodness and worthy effort, and then one spots two small English settlers, doing nothing much to help the cause as they… Read more …