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New Poetry Book 

Emily Isaacson's poem of the day on her blog Victoriana has now been published as a book. Buy your copy today!

New release Victoriana by poet and author Emily Isaacson took place during the creatiValley Arts Festival week, on September 29.

The House of the Potter

Visit the home of our new imprint.  

Poetry Book 

Sea chronicles her healing journey as she meets Raven, a woman by the sea in Tofino, and a medicine woman of the Stolo people.

The Minstrel and Wen are a traveling musician and accompanying preacher with a ministry to the Downtown Eastside. Eventually they will come to Mission and meet the First Nations in all their ceremony at the longhouse. Will this be a prophetic moment when heaven touches earth? We wait to find out what role twelve nations will play in this waiting for the healing. 
A Familiar Shore by Emily Isaacson...  Read more
                                                                                Book trailer 

City of Roses

Emily Isaacson's gripping new novel 
is now available in 
paperback, hardcover, and e-book

Available now in online and regular bookstores around the world, 
this book tells the story 
of a world-famous eating disorder clinic 
called City of Roses.

P U L S E Nutrition 

Visit the PU L S E Nutrition Clinic
located in the Fraser Valley for a nutrition appointment with a qualified nutrition specialist. 

"Behind every good mother is a good nutritionist."

Assessment and food plan included!

Poetry Quote

Butterfly Tears

I once said I love you
and that love remains;
constant through years,
the blood in my veins.

I never will leave you,
be I poor or of wealth,
as the sun crosses the sky,
without guile, without stealth.
And though the ashes remain of our years,
they are sacred because of our butterfly tears.

Emily Isaacson, Victoriana

Isaacson's Hourglass Poetry

Isaacson's Hourglass poetry 
of the United Kingdom,
is emblazoned with its symbols, 
character and resonance.
Written by Emily Isaacson, 
it is poetry from her new book
Isaacson's Hourglass details the 
poetry of a waning empire,
on the verge of transformation.



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