Creekstone Press Author
Born in the coastal town of Powell River, Sheila Peters moved inland to the mountains near Smithers in northwestern BC 35 years ago. She married and raised two sons while working as a journalist, weaver, college instructor, environmental and human rights activist.
Her work has appeared in several Canadian literary journals, including Event, Prairie Fire, Grain, The Malahat Review, and Descant. Creekstone published her first book, Canyon Creek: A Script in 1998 and BeachHolme Press in Vancouver published Tending The Remnant Damage, a collection of short stories, in 2001. the weather from the west came out in 2007 and The Taste of Ashes, a novel, was published by Caitlin Press in 2012. Her poetry has also been published in Rocksalt (Mothertongue) and Unfurled (Caitlin).
Her blog, Say the Names, collects stories and essays around the resistance to the Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline proposal.
Creekstone titles by Sheila Peters