Non-Fiction / pb / 176pp / April, 2010 /
ISBN:978-088982-265-8
/ $18.85

This narrative diary explores the gaps and myths of family history, identity, and expressiveness through the retracing of a many-generational voyage. In this new work, the focus is on his own family and its, at times, troubled and troubling history.

The story-line of The Missionary, The Violinist And The Aunt Whose Head Was Squeezed...

Poetry / pb / April, 2010 /
ISBN:
/ $14.95

Lester Young has been described as jazz’s first hipster who forever changed the sound of the tenor saxophone. In Prez, Jamie Reid creates an evocative image of Young with poetry and poetic prose that resonates with the fluid notes of Lester’s music.

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Children's Titles / hc / 112pp / November, 2009 /
ISBN:9780889822580
/ $19.95

The first volume in this trilogy, A Flask of Sea Water begins with the search for a husband for the Princess of Ure. Whoever presents the King with a flask of sea water will win the hand of the princess. But Ure is a landlocked kingdom and only members of the royal family have ever been to the sea— the rest have neither seen it nor do...

Poetry / pb / 144pp / October, 2009 /
ISBN:978-088982-260-3
/ $17.95

In his fourth book of poetry, Morbidity and Ornament, Steve Noyes departs from a previous preoccupation with the narrative sequence that he mined in Ghost Country to explore a range of styles and subjects: basketball, Islam, the dissonance and resonance of Chinese culture, the mating habits of slugs, the first year of marriage in a new house,...

Poetry / pb / 144pp / October, 2009 /
ISBN:978-088982-261-0
/ $17.95

Miranda Pearson’s latest collection of poetry, Harbour, looks at ways humans are driven to construct territory in whatever space is available, however borrowed or makeshift. In the first section, “Asylum,” Pearson turns, for the first time in her writing, to her experience of working in psychiatry. We hear the voices of both caregivers and...