David’s Arctic zoology research produced many publications: one book, two book chapters, four major reports, 18 scientific papers, and 16 popular articles. His other historical interests have resulted in the writing of two other books, 19 magazine articles, three major reports, and 19 entries for the Encyclopedia of the Arctic.
Sally spent two years as a government writer working on annual reports, user booklets, educational booklets and pamphlets and exhibit text. She did part-time newspaper reporting and now does freelance writing.
Together we write books, government reports, background papers and film scripts.
Alert, Beyond the Inuit Lands. 1996. David R. Gray. Borealis Press. 197 p. (The history of Canadian Forces Station Alert)
The Implements of Golf: a Canadian Perspective. 2001. W. Lyn Stewart and David R. Gray. Canadian Museum of Civilization, Mercury Series # 49. 47 p.
David’s 2007 article on Jim Fiji in Above & Beyond:
Jim Fiji: South Pacific Northerner Loved by All
Sally’s recent magazine articles:
Competitive Apparel, ACCN. Canadian Chemical News, June 2008
Conjuring Life From a Stone, Up Here, March 2010 p.30-33
Between 1998 and 2005 Grayhound prepared material for Canada Post Corporation on their new stamp topics, including endangered species, beneficial insects, gardens, cougar, leopard, Canadian canoes, wolf, white-tailed deer, shamans, and native healing. We also provided advice and feedback to the stamp designers.
Sally won two awards for her work on government reports:
For six years Sally wrote part-time for the Tri-Valley Crier, The Russell Villager, and the Prescott Russell News, and has contributed articles to other local newspapers.
For four years Sally wrote a weekly column for Seeing God in Nature for the Tri-Valley Crier and the Prescott Russell News