Stuck In The Middle

Stuck In The Middle

Bryan Scott & Bartley Kives


Dissenting Views of Winnipeg

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Desired and reviled, adulated and condemned, Winnipeg inspires intense and contradictory emotions from residents, visitors and people who have never even ventured within wading distance of the Manitoba capital.
The city at the centre of North America inspires a profound sense of ambivalence, stuck as it is between a colourful and triumphant early history, a long period of 20th-Century decline and an uncertain if optimistic future.  Stuck In The Middle: Dissenting Views of Winnipeg finds photographer Bryan Scott and journalist Bartley Kives exploring the geography, design and reputation of the only city they have ever truly known, loved and hated.
With vicious honesty and intense affection, Scott and Kives expose Winnipeg’s beautiful and conflicted soul for the rest of the world to admire and detest and ultimately ignore.

WINNER: Carol Shields/City of Winnipeg Book Award

Breakfast Television Winnipeg, October 30, 2013.I Hate Winnipeg? New Book Explores Feelings For City (CBC News, November 1, 2013).High Five! Five Photos of Gorgeous and Gritty Winnipeg (Metro, November 1, 2013).The Charles Adler Show, November 1, 2013.

CTV Morning Live, November 1, 2013.

Stuck in the Middle (Winnipeg Free Press, November 2, 2013).

Power 97, November 4, 2013 (skip to 30:25).

Review: Stuck in the Middle (Spectator Tribune, November 4, 2013).

Winnipeg Internet Pundits, November 6, 2013 (skip to approximately 3/4 through broadcast).

Winnipeg: Love It, Hate It (UM Today, November 7, 2013).

Happy Birthday Winnipeg (UM Today, November 8, 2013).

Shaw TV Winnipeg (November 13, 2013).

Provoking With Irreverence and Style (Winnipeg Free Press, November 30, 2013).

Focus Manitoba, Global Winnipeg, November 30, 2013.

Winnipeg: Love It or Hate It (The Projector, December 1, 2013).

Kives, Scott book examines human relations, history and hope in urban environment (Interlake Enterprise, December 20, 2013).

About the Author

Bryan Scott & Bartley Kives

Winnipeg photographer BRYAN SCOTT has been documenting the city’s architecture and streetscapes since 2005. After studying as an architect and graphic designer, he works in advertising while maintaining a photo blog called Winnipeg Love Hate.

Journalist and author BARTLEY KIVES has been writing about urban affairs, pop culture, travel and sustainability in Winnipeg since the 1990s. He is reporter-at-large for the Winnipeg Free Press and an occasional broadcaster. His first book, A Daytripper’s Guide To Manitoba: Exploring Canada’s Undiscovered Province, was published in 2006. It has since become a Canadian bestseller.