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Refugee Song

Poetry

Refugee Song

Lawrence Feuchtwanger

In Refugee Song, Lawrence Feuchtwanger weaves together fragmented memories of his South African childhood, youth, and self-exile, with the stories of others—refugees, the displaced and dispossessed, voyagers—who were forced, or chose to leave their homes; his Jewish forebears, Africa's colonized and colonizers, heroic and tragic characters from Greek mythology. >>

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Signs of Subversive Innocents

Poetry

Signs of Subversive Innocents

Cora Siré

Signs of Subversive Innocents travels the depth of human experience from the celebratory to the delusional. Uniquely structured around a quartet set in an abandoned marble quarry, the poems resonate for their ingenuity and range while evoking the search for connection in a complex world. >>

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Ellipses

Poetry

Ellipses

Andrea MacPherson

In Ellipses, Andrea MacPherson sets out to tell the stories of her grandmothers, reimaging familiar lore to recreate the lives of these two extraordinary women. Ellipses reclaims the often obscured realities of motherhood, illness, and the struggles of these women for independence—in verse. >>

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Metropantheon

Poetry

Metropantheon

Steven Artelle

Metropantheon attributes a supernatural design and grand meaning to urban spaces, and invites readers to encounter cities with the same sense of wonder and imaginative renewal. >>

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Walls of a Mind

Fiction

Walls of a Mind

John Brooke

In this fifth installment of the Aliette Nouvelle mysteries, Aliette is now the Inspector of the cozy wine-producing town St-Brin. She quickly becomes embroiled in a politically motivated murder layered in obsessive radicalism and anarchistic machinations that span all of Europe. >>

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Peril at the Pleasant

Fiction

Peril at the Pleasant

Judith Alguire

Margaret Rudley has finally persuaded her husband Trevor to take a vacation, a week-long canoeing expedition in Northern Ontario. But a serial murderer is on the lam in cottage country, and chaos reigns at The Pleasant in their absence. >>

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Hat Girl

Fiction

Hat Girl

Wanda Campbell

Pertice McIlveen, lover of Hemingway and hater of hats, finds that she has been mysteriously willed a cottage and the hats that come with it on Gannet Island, off the coast of New Brunswick. As she wears the hats and finds her life being tangled up in those of the islanders, she begins her journey to a new kind of grace under pressure. >>

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Tracks: Journeys in Time and Place

Non-Fiction

Tracks: Journeys in Time and Place

Genni Gunn

Tracks is a compilation of personal travel essays that range across three continents; from Italy, where Genni Gunn was born, to Canada and Mexico, and through Asia, to both reconnect with her sister and witness the emergence of new political realities in Myanmar. >>

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Rain on a Distant Roof: A Personal Journey Through Lyme Disease in Canada

Non-Fiction

Rain on a Distant Roof: A Personal Journey Through Lyme Disease in Canada

Vanessa Farnsworth

Vanessa Farnsworth explores the frightening but fascinating world of Lyme disease in Canada. The narrative follows Farnsworth's attempt to understand the disease that's destroying her body and mind, and why the Canadian medical community seems indifferent to her illness. >>

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Language Matters: Interviews With 22 Quebec Poets

Non-Fiction

Language Matters: Interviews With 22 Quebec Poets

Edited by Endre Farkas Edited by Carolyn Marie Souaid

Some of the best and most innovative English-language poets in Quebec reflect on questions of politics and poetics. >>

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