Bryan Scott & Bartley Kives -- Book LaunchWednesday Nov 15 2017 7:00 pm, Winnipeg, Grant Park in the Atrium
Launch of Stuck in the Middle 2: Defining Views of Manitoba (Great Plains Publications).
Stuck In The Middle 2 finds photographer Bryan Scott and journalist Bartley Kives venturing beyond the Perimeter Highway to explore the architecture, landscapes and waterways of a province they know and love but, like most Manitobans, may never truly understand. This is the follow up to their 2013 Carol Shields Winnipeg Book Award winning Stuck In The Middle: Dissenting Views of Winnipeg.
Winnipeg photographer Bryan Scott has been documenting the city’s architecture and streetscapes since 2005. He works in advertising while making daily contributions to his photo website Winnipeg Love Hate. A collection of photos from the site was published in 2010.
Journalist and author Bartley Kives has been writing about politics, pop culture, politics, food and travel in Winnipeg since the 1990s. He worked as a reporter for The Winnipeg Free Press for 18 years and now works for CBC Manitoba. He is the author of A Daytripper’s Guide To Manitoba: Exploring Canada’s Undiscovered Province, a Canadian bestseller first published in 2006 and revised in 2015.
- by Bartley Kives
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Somewhere between North Dakota and Nunavut sits a curious land with a coastline patrolled by polar bears, highways lined with monuments to household produce and dinner plates drenched in a gluey condiment known as honey dill sauce. This is Manitoba, a province that has captured the imagination of ... well, maybe dozens of people around the world for more than a century.
Stuck In The Middle 2: Defining Views of Manitoba finds photographer Bryan Scott and journalist Bartley Kives venturing beyond the Perimeter Highway to explore the architecture, landscapes and waterways of a province they know and love but may never truly understand. Armed with passionate ambivalence and an unwavering commitment to equivocation, Scott and Kives paint a perfectly imprecise picture of Manitoba for the rest of the planet to appreciate and revile and ultimately ignore.