Joe Beernink


I wrote Nowhere Wild, in part, because I loved the stories about living and surviving in Canada’s North. I could have set it in Alaska, or the mountains of Idaho or Montana. But ever since I read Farley Mowat’s Lost in the Barrens as a kid, I wanted to travel to the North to follow the paths taken by the voyageurs who explored Canada by canoe. As I got older, I knew… Read More

The contest requiring you to identify the locations of 4 pictures I took has a winner. Ms. Susan Conner of Thompson, Manitoba submitted the following correct entry: Robert Bateman Wolf Mural, Highland Towers, Princeton Drive, Thompson, Manitoba Pisew Falls, Off Highway 6, Northern Manitoba Hudbay Mine Smelter, Flin Flon, Manitoba Harold Shannon Monument,  Shannon Lake, Off Highway 41 near Waka, Northern Saskatchewan Congratulations to Susan. I’ll be dropping the book off at the… Read More