Poetry / pb / 204pp / October, 2010 /
ISBN:978-088982-266-5
/ $18.95

Winner - 2011 Acorn-Plantos Award for People's Poetry

Two O’clock Creek – Poems New and Selected brings together the best of Bruce Hunter’s previous books of poetry as well as exciting new work that shows the sustained development of a life-long poet. Highly acclaimed by Books in Canada, the Calgary Herald, The...

Children's Titles / cip / 32pp / April, 2010 /
ISBN:978-088982-264-6
/ $19.95

In her version of the legend, P.K. Page tells the story of a group of mischievous boys who set off into the forest to catch the bird with nets and bows and arrows.
During their adventures they meet an old man with a flute who has spent his life trying to mimic the Uirapurú’s song and a maiden of the moon surrounded by all the...

Poetry / pb / 92pp / April, 2010 /
ISBN:978-088982-262-7
/ $17.95

Living Under Plastic represents a major departure from the author’s previous poetry books. Instead of the obsessive focus on relationships and emotional damage that has characterized much of her earlier work, this book opens up to explore new subjects: family history, illness, death and dying, consumerism, and the natural world. In a tone that...

Fiction / pb / 164pp / April, 2010 /
ISBN:978-088982-263-4
/ $18.95

The eighteen linked short stories in The Moon’s Fireflies take us inside the experience of living as a foreigner in an African village. Adopted by two village boys, Effiong and Little Etim, the narrator is drawn into the life of the West African village of Akai Ison. He has been posted there to teach in the local school but spends most of his...

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...