We have some very talented non-fiction writers that have shared their talents through Artistic Warrior. Support our small press authors and purchase a book. 100% of the team published books goes to the author!
I Held My Breath for a Year
Risky, honest, brave, and thought-provoking, Stan Chung’s Okanagan Sunday columns have delighted and engaged readers for over ten years. This is a collection of the best of his work. His topics range from mindfulness, to racism, reconciliation, and economics.
Stan’s work is widely recognized by readers throughout the world. His stories, essays, and memoirs are essentially Canadian, and focus on our issues and considerations. His highly acclaimed book, Global Citizen: River of Love and Other Stories is currently in its third printing.
Joe and Other Poems
Donald S. MacIntosh
This book is a compilation of works that Donald S. MacIntosh accumulated over the years. Some are about people who made an impression on his life, especially during the formative years. Some are about desert life. Others were requests for birthday, anniversary, memorial, and retirement celebrations. Because of his career, many have a Military connection. Some are frivolous renderings. This book was written after much encouragement from friends who thought it would be such a shame if all these poetic endeavours were destroyed on his inevitable demise!
Joe and Other Poems is available directly from the author.
One Old Stately Pine
Childhood memories and folklore combine to create an impressive collection of stories of days gone by, some not that long ago.
by Ted Moore
When you follow your dream… you never know where it will take you. Tribute is a love story about music. It’s about an aspiring artist who dedicated his life to rock ‘n’ roll in all its seedy glory. It’s about writing, recording, touring and performing music for the world, and having the world turn away. Ted Moore emerges from an excessive, self-indulgent fog and reinvents himself to pay tribute to one of the world’s greatest altruistic rock ‘n’ rollers: Jon Bon Jovi. He deconstructs a life spent dreaming of fame and spins a tale of hope, frustration, joy, and destruction. A must read for anyone who has ever had a dream.
Vanessa Vershaw and Jean-François Ducharme
Bitch Fight is a non-fiction book about women bullying women in the workplace. This book describes this phenomenon from all angles, helps readers build coping skills and raises consciousness to minimise its occurrence. Bitch Fight explores the very real syndrome of the queen bee and unveils the stark truth about unconscious discrimination. Bitch Fight also offers practical, real and actionable remedies in the hopes of combatting these very controversial realities in today’s world of work. Paperback and eBook available now. Purchase from author’s website or from Amazon.com.
by Emma Brown
Cover by Sharlene McNeill
Imagine being happy, preparing for the holiday season with your family, then waking up with a feeling of dread so heavy it saps your very soul. For this young wife and mother, what came next was the complete breakdown of everything she knew. Dark Moments explores the aftermath of a collapsed thyroid and a severe iron deficiency; life shattering illnesses that resulted in a stay in a psychiatric ward. These are the intimate details of one woman’s journey from happiness to hell and back again.
Available at Chapters Kelowna. Also available directly from the author by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Capturing Moments and Freedom’s Language
By Zaynab Mohammed
Covers by Darcy Nybo
Zaynab created these poems while sitting on boardwalks, side roads, city streets and roundabouts in Canada.
Inspired by colours, smells, feelings, thoughts, people, places and topics – every word is written for you with purpose and certainty.
Freedom’s Language and Capturing Moments, are no longer in print.