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Language Matters: Interviews With 22 Quebec Poets

Language Matters: Interviews With 22 Quebec Poets

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

Marrying Hungary

Marrying Hungary

When the 18-year-old daughter of Irish Communists meets a debonair young refugee from Hungary, she knows little about his country. But what she does know is so appealing that she never really stands a chance of marrying anyone other than a Hungarian. >>

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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Out of Grief, Singing: A Memoir of Motherhood and Loss

Out of Grief, Singing: A Memoir of Motherhood and Loss

Out of Grief, Singing is an achingly beautiful account of how a woman comes to terms with the loss of her newborn. >>

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

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

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. >>

Scatter the Mud: A Traveller’s Medley

Scatter the Mud: A Traveller’s Medley

Both an accomplished musician and travel writer with credits in The New York Times, GEO, Ms., Montreal Gazette, Chicago Tribune, and Miami Herald, to name a few, Lyon recounts her unique experiences with such panache that any armchair traveller will want to "scatter the mud" with her. >>

Tango on the Main

Tango on the Main

In this award-winning collection, Joe Fiorito reveals the true heart and soul of a large city, the real people who live and work there, toiling in obscurity, never front-page news. In these memorable columns Fiorito unerringly finds the universal truth in the individual details. >>

The Fleeting Years: A Mother’s Journal

The Fleeting Years: A Mother’s Journal

Being a mommy is both the easiest, and the hardest, thing that most of us will ever do. Laura Pratt, mother of four, shares her thoughts on the undertaking with vignettes that will bring a pang of recognition to all parents. The perfect Mother's Day gift. >>

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