R.G. Morse is a Canadian author, broadcaster, artist, publisher, and musician, based in the charming, isolated alpine village of Kaslo, British Columbia.
Morse has enjoyed a distinguished career in publishing and editing, building significant trade and educational houses as well as one of the world’s first web-based publishing companies.
He is also an accomplished writer. His published works include The Mountains of Canada, Canada The Mountains, Oregon the Coast, The Naked Mountain, and Man Up. He is currently working on two novels, Spike, a coming of age tale set in the late 1960s and early 1970s, largely in Scandinavia, and Dodge, the Tom Robbins-esque story of a man hopping from a European frying pan into a rural North American pandemic-fuelled fire. In 2014, Morse received the Friends of Canadian Broadcasting’s Dalton Camp Award for his writing on democracy and the media.
Morse’s weekly radio show, Radio Free Kaslo, is enjoyed by listeners across Canada and around the world.