The Green ManTundra, 2012
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“compelling and satisfyingly atmospheric… It is a subtle and complex tale, filled with magic and mysticism, poets and dreamers… it will linger in the minds of more introspective readers.”
Recommended, CM Magazine
“atmospheric creepiness and sepia-toned timelessness… dark strangers, abandoned mansions, ghostly glowing, chilling coincidences, and otherworldly portals galore.”
Starred Review, Quill & Quire
“imaginative, gracefully written entertaining tale.”
The Horn Book
“memorable corporal and incorporeal characters… deeply rooted mystery… Ideal for those with a penchant for magic, mystery and poetry.”
A Close ShaveThistledown Press, 2011
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Barnabas Bigfoot has a monster of a problem and it’s not his embarrassingly small feet. He and his tribe must stay hidden from the curious humans who want proof of sasquatches.
On a berry-picking mission with the Hairyson sisters, our tiny-toed sasquatch is spotted by humans. His tribe may have to flee their mountain home, all because of his bad decision.
Barnabas must lure the hunters away to save his fellow sasquatches, but he gets tangled in an even hairier situation…
The Forbidden PhoenixPlaywrights Canada Press, 2011
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Playwright Marty Chan and composer Robert Walsh create a musical brimming with acrobatics, slapstick, and martial arts.
“The Forbidden Phoenix is a spectacular East meets West musical that is by no means just for kids.”
Winnipeg Free Press
“Chan co-opts the ancient saga of the Monkey King, who travelled far and wide to feed his family, using it as a jumping off point for a touching, witty and exciting fable.”