Anthony (Tony) Robertson is a Vancouver screenwriter and critic whose appreciation of the life and works of the angler and lay magistrate Roderick Haig-Brown entitled Above Tide: Reflections on Roderick Haig-Brown (Harbour, 1984) describes and assesses the range of Haig-Brown's output. [See also Ben Metcalfe] Roderick Haig-Brown wrote 28 books and contributed to several others. [See Roderick Haig-Brown entry] The Haig-Brown residence called 'Above Tide' in Campbell River became a heritage site after the death of his widow Ann [Elmore] Haig-Brown.
[Image: Haig-Brown house, Campbell River]
[BCBW 2004] "Literary Biography"
Review of the author's work by BC Studies:
Above Tide: Reflections on Roderick Haig-Brown