Short Story Collections

A Quiet Night and a Perfect End

A Quiet Night and a Perfect End

These beautifully crafted stories are about ordinary people's extraordinary ability to cope with the unexpected tragedies, large and small, that befall everyone. >>

Angloman 1

Angloman 1

Angloman is your typical, everyday superhero—bigger than life, champion of bilingualism and tolerance, and dumber than a post—aided by sidekick West-Island Lad and Poutinette, the cholesterol-powered superheroine who takes on evil, infamy, and health food. 22 weeks on Montreal Gazette Bestseller List. >>

Angloman 2

Angloman 2

Angloman, Quebec's best-known ethnic minority superhero, returns for another parody-rich romp through the surrealistic politics of La Belle Province. The plot thickens with the arrival of Power Chin, Canada!man, Le Capitaine Souche, Ethnoman, Matzohgirl, Blocman, Partition Man, and of course, the malevolent Torontorg. >>

Any Day Now

Any Day Now

Inspired by the same musical form that Martha Graham used to underpin her groundbreaking modern dance choreography, Denise Roig has created a beautiful sonata in stories. >>

Any Mail? and Other Stories

Any Mail? and Other Stories

Tougas takes ironic aim at the education of a child in a franco-Manitoban village, an adolescent's eye-opening experiences on the male-dominated DEW Line, and the troubles faced by adults in Africa, France and Quebec. >>

Arrowdreams

Arrowdreams

Some of Canada's best and brightest speculative writers—Dave Duncan, Michael Skeet, Nancy Kilpatrick, Edo van Belkom, Glenn Grant, Allan Weiss, Laurent McAllister, Eric Choi, Paula Johanson and Derryl Murphy—explore the infinite possibilities of alternate Canadian history. >>

Below the Line

Below the Line

A behind-the-scenes novel set in Toronto, where the Americans come to shoot movies and TV series. But these are the stories about the "below the line" crew, the Canadians who work on the runaway American productions. >>

Brilliant

Brilliant

Brilliant is a collection of short stories set in Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates, a polygot city where cultures collide and converge, and where money – and sometimes justice – is no object. >>

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