Mac's Fireweed Books

203 Main Street, Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2B2

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203 Main Street, Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2B2
Local Business
Books, Magazines/Periodicals

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    Issue: 2016-11-30, PHOTO: Jessica Simon

    Titles Hot Off the Presses

    Every December since 2009, Lise Schonewille, manager of Mac’s Fireweed Books, celebrates Winterval, the start of the holiday season, with local authors in the store. Over the years the event has showcased a diverse collection of Yukon literature...

    Nov. 30, 2016

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    Issue: 2016-07-28, PHOTO: courtesy of Maureen McCulloch

    Searching for Inner Truth on the Chilkoot Trail

    Whitehorse resident Maureen McCulloch wrote her debut novel to bring a message into the world. She wrote the book under the pseudonym, Maureen Senecal. “I used Angels and Aliens to bring the message that mankind needs to work together for the...

    Jul. 28, 2016

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    Issue: 2015-04-02 PHOTO: courtesy of Jamie Sharpe

    Mind Stretching Poetry

    What does knitting have in common with writing poetry? Both must be done carefully. One mistake can ruin the whole image. Jamie Sharpe knitted a one meter wide and two storey long scarf and wrote a poem about it.

    Apr. 02, 2015

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    Issue: 2015-02-19 PHOTO: courtesy of HarperCollins

    The Dream of a Normal Life

    Living in the suburbs, having children and a husband, driving a minivan: for some this may sound boring, but it is Cea Sunrise Person’s dream come true. Person’s memoir, North of Normal (published at HarperCollins) describes her childhood

    Feb. 19, 2015

Issue- Jan13/2021

PHOTO: Erik Pinkerton Photography