Books published by Transmontanus

Clam gardens

Transmontanus | October 30, 2006 | 127 pages
For many years, archaeologists were unaware of the ancient clam terraces at Waiatt Bay, on Quadra Island. Author Judith Williams knew no differently until she was advised of their existence by a Klahoose elder named Elizabeth Harry (Keekus). By liaising with other observers of clam gardens in the... More Info

The woman in the trees

Transmontanus | September 1, 2004 | 226 pages
Fiction. Often, the way a story is told is as important as the story itself. This is true of the most recent novel by Gerry William, THE WOMAN IN THE TREES. Set during the time of the first contact, THE WOMAN IN THE TREES takes place around what is now Vernon, B.C. The novel moves effortlessly from... More Info

Liberalized

Transmontanus | March 21, 2005 | 189 pages
Gordon Campbell is the first BC premier in twenty years to complete a term, and the first since Bill Bennett in 1979 to win a second term. But despite many advantages - the Liberal party held 77 of 79 seats going into the May 2005 election - in the end the Liberal margin was closer than anyone had... More Info