KRAUSE, James Allan




Author Tags: Fiction, Local History, Non-Fiction

Born in Regina, on June 28, 1953, James Allan Krause (Ph.D) lives in Courtenay. His great-grandfather, A.E. Wilson, financed the founding of the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool. His grandfather, Dr. Allan Walker Blair, was a physician who offered free cancer treatment to patients. A graduate assistant at Touro University International, James Krause is the son of Frank Krause, a former executive for Air Canada (Saskatchewan) and Canadian writer Pat Krause. His sister is the award-winning poet Judith Krause.

BOOKS:

The Pilot and the Parrot (2015 CC Sotel Publishing Ltd.)
ISBN: 978-0-9868292-4-6
Wetion (CC Sotel Publishing Ltd 2012)
Measuring the Relative Importance to New Migrants of Different Comox Valley Attributes: A Comparison of the Growth and Development and the Protect and Conserve Mindsets (UMI, 2007)
Destination Vancouver Island (C.C. Sotel Hospitality Ltd. 2003)
The Life and Times of the Comox Valley (C.C. Sotel Hospitality Ltd. 1997)

[BCBW 2016] "Local History" "Plays"