Our Books

Rabbit Creek Press’ publishing program is in its infancy, so we ask you to please have patience as we work out the kinks!

Eventually, our list will include titles of interest to those travelling to and interested in the history and culture of the Yukon, as well as literary voices inspired by this corner of the world. You will see titles for children, youth and adults, as well as a few surprises.

Right now, our “list” consists of Klondike Colours, a colouring book for adults and children!

Stay tuned for a Dawson City Wall Calendar, coming soon.

In the next few years, stay tuned for some chapbook excerpts of gold rush journals, more Dawson City calendars, picture books, a book about the many historic spots in Dawson City, and, of course, some literature penned by talented Yukoners.

And now for some fun…

One of Rabbit Creek Press’ future authors took friends of the publisher mushing on December 25th, 2013, from right out front of the Rabbit Creek Press World Headquarters! Enjoy some photos of a very quiet and still -40C day in Dawson City … And with grateful thanks to Outback Riders Mushing for the awesome experience!

Outback Riders Mushing dogs waiting patiently.

Outback Riders Mushing dogs waiting patiently. The Tucker-pup was not so sanguine about them being in his yard.

The dogs and their handler using the not-so-recently shoveled path.

The dogs and their handler using the not-so-recently shoveled path. It works for them.

Turns don't work so efficiently as you might expect. But hills aren't a terribly big problem either.

Turns don’t work so efficiently as you might expect. But hills aren’t a terribly big problem either.

Getting ready for a ride in -40 Celcius! The dogs don't mind... and the people are putting on a brave face.

Getting ready for a ride in -40 Celcius! The dogs don’t mind… and the people are putting on a brave (well covered) face.

In -40, it's not as cozy as you might imagine. Especially on your face.

And they’re off!

And they're off! Down onto the river, across and back again.

I don’t believe they stopped at the stop sign. But there was no traffic. Down to the Yukon River, along, across, and back again!

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