Fiction / pb / 448pp / September, 2005 /
ISBN:978-088982-207-8
/ $22.95

Silent Inlet traces the lives of four very different characters in Hansen Sound, a fictional small-town on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Amidst storms, mist and rain, they find themselves thrown together, struggling to trust one another. When a violent accident injures a handicapped boy, the tentative relationships that they have...

Poetry / pb / 80pp / September, 2005 /
ISBN:978-088982-213-1
/ $16.95

The poems in this book are poignant and honest, touched with ambivalence, emotion and spirituality. Following the last months of her husband’s life Leanne McIntosh passes through the disorientation of diagnosis, the discomfort of a new reality, the amazement that almost anything can become routine, until eventually sadness gives way/pressed...

Poetry / pb / 120pp / August, 2005 /
ISBN:9780889822018
/ $17.95

The poems in Stumbling in the Bloom engage the ever-present enticements and entanglements of beauty on life’s, and art’s, home ground—in wilderness and garden. But this surprising volume, the finale of John Pass’s quartet of poetry books, At Large, takes intriguing side trips on the home-stretch, including a wry excursion to the chiropractor, a...

Fiction / pb / 280pp / June, 2005 /
ISBN:9780889822221
/ $21.95

The School At Chartres combines the intrigue of a thriller with the sophistication of a major international literary work reminiscent of A. S. Byatt. Set partly in 1990s Montreal and partly in medieval France, The School At Chartres is a long love-letter—the final letter—from the protagonist, John Wilson, to his lost love....

Poetry / pb / 96pp / April, 2004 /
ISBN:9780889821972
/ $17.95

Susan McCaslin’s A Plot of Light charts a contemplative journey in which the world of visionary dreaming lies along a continuum with the everyday life of the mystic, baffled and blessed by moments of connection with a larger, more comprehensive mind, wooing us with her poems into the world of the invisible.

The poems form a...