This is the first edition of PAGES of CANADA which will become a yearly event at BOOKSHANDMADE.
Every year well ask creative Canadians to contribute a page or two (yes weve had so many two page stories that we felt expanding it would be an option for the contributors.) So next year if you have a story that needs to be longer than one page, you got two.
Were new at this so its a work in progress. BooksHANDmade came about in a way due to the fact that Im a cancer survivor. Unable to do the more vigorous things, with a background in the writing/publishing field, wanting to contribute to this wonderful country, I figure publishing empire, Why not? With my amazing partner HELENE LACELLE away we go on to the yellow brick road looking for the wizard that makes life even more than it can be when your sitting still and looking at your troubles.
Each and every book is hand made, hand stitched by HELENE LACELLE and PETER EVANCHUCK who treat each book as a creative work of art. We personalize each book by having a page indicating who the book was made for and we offer another personalized page if the book is to be given as a gift.
'As you say a slim book for big minds, Congrats! I'll send one to my nephew at University.' Ashley, N. San Francisco, USA
'This is such fun. Thanks.' Marrianne M. Atlanta, USA
'Just sending my deep thanks - Wow , you guys did a really great job on this. Excellent work, I'm very glad that someone is supporting the arts with such genuine effort.' Justus, Ottawa Canada
'Very nice indeed.' Geo. G. Ottawa, On.
'This is a totally unique book in all ways, keep up the great work.' Christine M. Boston, USA
'A nice little piece of art with surprises..' Bob R. Regina, Sask.
'Wasn't sure what to expect since your books seems to have a nice sense of the unknown in them. They certainly are little works of art as u suggest in your promo.
Good little book happy with it.' Gordie M. Seatle, USA.
Enjoy CANADA its a wondrous place!
The great themes of Canadian history are as follows: Keeping the Americans out, keeping the French in, and trying to get the Natives to somehow disappear.'
A Canadian is a fellow wearing English tweeds, a Hong Kong shirt and Spanish
shoes, who sips
Brazilian coffee sweetened with Philipine sugar from a Bavarian cup while nibbling Swiss cheese, sitting at a Danish desk over a Persian rug, after coming home in a German car from an Italian movie...and then writes his Member of Parliament with a Japanese ballpoint pen on French paper, demanding that he do something about foreigners taking away Canadain jobs.'