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Whistle Stops: A Locomotive Serial Poem

Poetry

Whistle Stops: A Locomotive Serial Poem

Sex—like travel and serial poetry—hurtles forward in a non-narrative fashion. >>

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Midway Radicals & Archi-Poems

Poetry

Midway Radicals & Archi-Poems

A work of serious play, which springs from enjoyment found on the porous boundaries of sense and non-sense. >>

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#IndianLovePoems

Poetry

#IndianLovePoems

A poetry collection that humourously delves into the truths of love and lust within Indigenous communities. >>

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Cityscapes in Mating Season

Poetry

Cityscapes in Mating Season

Street grids give way to arterial passageways where blood flows and nerve endings fire through bodies that are fearful, mysterious, or libidinous. These are poems of varied anatomies, where death and desire take unexpected directions, and share the same air. >>

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A Most Unpleasant Picture

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A Most Unpleasant Picture

Professional art authenticator Leonard Anderson covets his patron Luella Parson's Cartwright drawings so much that he decides to substitute his own clever forgeries for the originals and set fire to her mansion to hide evidence of fraud. Unfortunately, dear old Luella perishes in the fire too. But that's only the beginning of Leonard's problems. >>

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Behold Things Beautiful

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Behold Things Beautiful

After twelve years in exile, Alma Alvarez has been persuaded to return to Luscano, where she encounters the man whose actions prompted her exile and she begins to follow him in secret. >>

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The Spanish Boy

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The Spanish Boy

In 1937, the Clareys are a close and loving family until their lives are transformed the night Edie, their wilful daughter and sister, vanishes, leaving no trace, no clue, as to what happened to her. >>

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Never, Again

Fiction

Never, Again

Beautifully captures the complexities of being a child in turbulent times as young Tomi Wolfstein attempts to understand the events unfolding around him in the months leading up to the '56 Hungarian uprising. >>

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Off the Ropes: My Story

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Off the Ropes: My Story

Clean and sober for over a decade, Roland Vandal is now living a life he never dreamed possible. Filled with moments of humour, sorrow, despair, and triumph over adversity, Off the Ropes tells his story in the raw, from the abuse, to his addictions, to his successes in business and as a motivational speaker and advocate.

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Finding Home in the Promised Land: A Personal History of Homelessness and Social Exile

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Finding Home in the Promised Land: A Personal History of Homelessness and Social Exile

Finding Home in the Promised Land is the fruit of Jane Harris's journey through the wilderness of social exile after a violent crime left her injured and tumbling down the social ladder toward homelessnes -- for the second time in her life -- in 2013. >>

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Touch Anywhere to Begin

Poetry

Touch Anywhere to Begin

The poems in this collection explore themes of death and desire. They quest for balance in a world seemingly fraught with contradiction and loss. >>

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Mood Swing, with Pear

Poetry

Mood Swing, with Pear

Poems in this collection range from a tribute to the paintings of the late Alex Coville to found poems gleaned from how-to-books and anthologies and culminate in a moving eulogy for an upstairs neighbour. >>

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Martial Music

Poetry

Martial Music

This collection of poetry explores the human cost of military conflict, power politics, environmental disasters and gun violence. >>

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The Back Channels

Poetry

The Back Channels

Jennifer Houle's debut poetry collection comes from a place of grappling, an attempt to find meaning, beauty and connection in the day-to-day, without being confined by it. >>

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