Elaine Dewar- author, journalist, television story editor--has been propelled since childhood by insatiable curiosity and the joy of storytelling. Her journalism has been honored by nine National Magazine awards, including the prestigious President's Medal, and the White Award. Her first book, Cloak of Green, delved into the dark side of environmental politics and became an underground classic. Bones:Discovering the First Americans, an investigation of the science and politics regarding the peopling of the Americas, was a national bestseller and earned a special commendation from the Canadian Archaeological Association. The Second Tree: of Clones, Chimeras, and Quests for Immortality won Canada's premier literary nonfiction prize from the Writers' Trust. Dewar has been called "one of Canada's best muckrakers" and "Canada's Rachel Carson." She aspires to be a happy warrior for the public good and lives with her husband Stephen in Toronto.
- How Bigwigs and Bureaucrats Transferred Canada's Best Publisher and the Best Part of Our Literary Heritage to a Foreign Multinational
- By: Elaine Dewar
- Narrated by: Erin Moon
- Length: 12 hrs and 58 mins
Until recently, McClelland and Stewart had been known as 'The Canadian Publisher', the country's longest-lived and best independent press....
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