/ hc / 128pp / April, 2011 /
/ $23.95

Join forty-four members of the Island Illustrators Society on a tour of Vancouver Island. Be inspired by the landscapes and people who inspire them. Contemplate the words of some of BC's finest poets. Coastal Moments is an illustrated writing journal that takes you on a journey through the colours and nuances of one of British Columbia's unique...

Non-Fiction / pb / 204pp / January, 2011 /
/ $18.95

Newly graduated from university in Ireland, Lisa McGonigle came to the Kootenay region of British Columbia to spend a winter snowboarding. She wrote emails to her friends back home describing a remote mountain-town called Fernie, a series of smashes in the terrain park, unrivalled powder turns, working for minimum-wage and duct-taping over the...

Young Adult Fiction / pb / 176pp / December, 2010 /
/ $12.95

In this sequel to Born That Way, Sylvia, fourteen, is now taking medication for Turner Syndrome, the genetic disorder with the missing X chromosome. Without treatment, Sylvia will remain short, undeveloped and infertile, and the object of ongoing teasing at school. Unfortunately Sylvia experiences serious side-effects to her medication and...

Fiction / pb / 304pp / October, 2010 /
ISBN: 978-088982-268-9
/ $19.95

Fifty-year-old Robin Rowe returns to Dhaka, Bangladesh, her first visit since she was an exchange student there in 1970. The country, then East Pakistan, was on the brink of the war that led to its independence from Pakistan. Robin was repatriated just as the violence erupted, and as a result of the conflict, lost touch with her friends, and...

Fiction / pb / 256pp / October, 2010 /
/ $18.95

In this long-awaited novel, Caroline Woodward returns to her Peace River roots. Penny Loves Wade, Wade Loves Penny is a contemporary story about middle-aged love enduring despite many obstacles. It is a retelling of The Odyssey, with a road story looping south from the Peace River region to the West Coast and across the province through the...