Written by Current and Former Club Members:
the Crafty Cat,
The Mystery of the Stolen Caves,
No Tears for Peggy Perle (1979),
Stop The Press (1984),
The Doodlebugs (1985),
A True Love
Facts & Fancies (1987),
The Bamboo Grove (1989)
The Pressure Cooker (1991)
Murder In China
Call me Ernie , Ottawa,
BAICO Publishing, 2007.
m’appeler Ernie , Ottawa, BAICO
First Nations. A History of Founding Peoples from Earliest Times. Toronto:
McClelland & Stewart (1992)
York: Oxford University Press (1997)
mythe du sauvage. tr. Jude Des
Chenes, Paris, Editions du Felin (1993). (First published in French
same year by Septentrion, Quebec.)
Law of Nations and the New World.
with Leslie Green. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press (1993).
Myth of the Savage and the Beginnings of
French Colonialism in the Americas.
Edmonton: University of
Alberta Press (1984).
Arts in Canada. Ottawa: Queen's
Printer (1972). Appeared simultaneously in French.
The Mother-in-Law Book. Based
- the on-going computer-mediated phenomenon, this book is for wives and
mothers who need help in achieving good relations for the sake of the
man they both love, and all the other family members involved.
For the Fun of It. Getting
connected and making friends on the Internet. Co-author
Pierre Bourque is Ottawa's most prolific computer columnist. His
research into the best of the Internet takes you around the world "for
the fun of it". Published 1995, useful for beginners.
HTML The Basic Book
Text Markup Language for people who would rather Do it than Read about
colour charts, links, blinking features, borders, tables,
images and lots more. Co-author, Rony Aoun, is a computer programmer.
With this primer you can handle your own material on the world wide
web. It's spiral bound to lie flat beside your computer for instant
100 Years of Daring - Day
Play for Canadian Women's Press Club (Media Club) 2004
Dickson edited, or
co-authored with brilliant colleagues:
Dickson and Leslie Family Histories
~ with David Dickson.
No. 214 Squadron Royal Air Force ~
James & David Dickson.
of a Paper Sleuth ~ by Hugh
Theatre Near You ~ by Alain
the Love of TREES ~ by R.
Hinchcliff, R. Popadiouk and others.s
Barbara Florio Graham
Steps to Better
Prose to Go:
From a Private List, Edited by Irene Davis, Fred Desjardins, and
Barbara Florio Graham, a collection of articles that offer a
into the private lives of 18 professional writers from the Northwest
Territories to Prince Edward Island - is described by the New York
Journal of Books as an "eclectic mix of memories of shared love,
laughter, and hope (that) should appeal to a wide readership and
deserves to find a place in every public library collection"
Winter Fair History
nearly a century, the Ottawa Winter Fair was a significant part of the
agriculture scene in Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec. The
captures the enthusiasm and experiences of four generations of fair
goers. The book includes interesting antidotes,
interviews and lots of photos.
Urban Affairs &
Matters ( Spring
First Person: A
Carine Wilson, Canada's
First Woman Senator,
Through the Chateau Door: A
History of the Zonta Club of Ottawa,
Making Waves: A History of
Riverside Hospital of Ottawa,
Leaving With A Red Rose: A
of the Ottawa Civic
Hospital School of Nursing,
Our Gates: Canadian
Immigration and Immigration Policy 1540-2015,
From Telegrapher to
Titan: The Life of
C. Van Horne,
Profiles of 32
Leading Ottawa Personalities,
Leading Ottawa Personalities,
Fleck Childcare Services:
A Local Success Story - Celebrating 100 years,
Partnerships, Community: The
First 15 Years of the Community Foundation of
Citizenship and Immigration, 1900-1977,
C. Van Horne:
& Grenville, Their
First 100 Years;
Laura Secord, The
chronicled the accounts of Canadian Veterans
of the Second World War and published their stories as We Were There,
volumes. Her books, published
in 1998 by
the Royal Canadian Military Institute, contain
1.2 million words and 3,500 pages. She interviewed 750 Canadian war
for the series.
Daughter of Mine: History
of the Canadian Women's Press Club.
No Crystal Stair, Moulin
Publishing (1997); Stoddart (1998); reprinted Canadian Scholars
Press Inc & Women's Press (2004)
Wherever You Are
Ottawa (2009). Three
stories about a camel, zebra and dragon who are all a little different,
and who show us how important it is to be yourself no matter what the
situation may be.
For ages 4
years and up. http://www.picturebookstories.com
Point to Happiness
Inc. Ottawa, (2010).
little book with a big message – seven steps to getting on
road to happiness
Haven't Any News; Ruby's Letters. W.L.U.
Places I’ve Been and People I’ve Known: Stories
Schmecks Appeal Cookbook Series. Toronto: McClelland
& Stewart/Ryerson,1990 ,
Whatever Happened to Maggie. Toronto:
McClelland & Stewart (1983),
Food That Really Schmecks. Toronto:
McGraw-Hill Ryerson (1968),
More Food and Schmecks Appeal.
Toronto: McClelland &
editor. Cape Breton Harbour. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart
Book of Kells, Growing up in an Ego Void
in Church, BookSurge
Publishing; 2nd edition, (December 5, 2008).
with Shirley’s own whimsical sketches, The Mother’s
Day Monkey is a
collection of a lifetime’s worth of the often hilarious
adventures—and misadventures—of Shirley and the
rest of the
Van Dusen family. Along with husband, Tom, there are seven children and
a menagerie of cats, dogs, chickens—and even a monkey and a
sheep—to provide the day-to-day inspiration for the
family’s frequent laugh-out-loud moments.
Silent Echos -
True Story - BAICO
Silent Echoes is based on a true story that relates to
physical, sexual, nutritional and psychological abuse. It also relates
to archetypal psychology, symbolism and mysticism.
told by the main character who spends a few weeks in an all women's
residential home while she does a painful research about her childhood,
adolescent and young adult life. She loses time when she stumbles upon
an object, overhears bits of conversation, or sees a building that
reminds her of the past. These trigger the horrific memories she
Resurrected - BAICO
Realm of Serenity - BAICO
be published posthumously (after 2017)
The Survivor (Not yet published)
A Twist of Fate (Not yet published)
Details to follow.
Books about CWPC/Media Club
Murrays, Georgina Keddell, McCelland and Stewart
Nellie McClung, Mary Lile Benham, publisher Fitzhenry and
Whiteside Ltd. (1975).
Other club members in this series
Queen of Hearts
- Canada's Pioneer Woman
Ted Ferguson, Doubleday Canada Limited (1978).
Made the News
- Female Journalists in Canada, 1880-1945, Marjory Lang,
McGill-Queen's University Press (1999).
Nellie McClung, Charlotte Gray, Penguin Canada
Canadian Suffragette, Dave Mullington, General
Publishing House (2010).
Famous and Forgotten Faces, Merna Forester, Dundurn Press
(2011). Club members included in this book - Kit Coleman, Marie Lacoste
Gerin-Lajoie, E. Cora Hind, Nellie McClung, Lucy Maud Montgomery,
Heroines - Famous and Forgotten Faces, Merna
Dundurn Press (2011). Club members included in this book - Robertine
Barry, Charlotte Whitton.
Presswoman, Mabel Burkholder from the Hamilton
the Canadian Women's Press Club, no date.
Miriam Green Ellis -
Journalist of the Canadian West, edited and an
Patricia Demers, The University of Alberta Press (2014).
- The Journey that Inspired the Canadian Women's Press Club, Linda Kay,
McGill-Queen's University Press (2012).
- (French translation of The Sweet Sixteen), Les Presses de UDM (2015).