Poetry / pb / 92pp / January, 2004 /
ISBN:9780889822269
/ $15.95

In this book-length poem, W. H. New uses the metaphor of Snowman to represent the alternative self, the alter-ego, the doppelganger. Here we encounter the cold version of the warm person.

Throughout this book, the narrative voice searches for the intrinsic harmony that lies within each individual. New suggests that our fear of anarchy...

Poetry / pb / 84pp / January, 2004 /
ISBN:9780889822184
/ $15.95

The Sound the Sun Makes introduces a remarkable new poetic voice in Leanne McIntosh, who tenderly and fearlessly examines themes of old age and the love which flourishes in the midst of everyday sorrows. Lush and sensual, these poems evoke a time and place in Canada’s history—Saskatchewan before and during the second world war—while...

Poetry / pb / 92pp / October, 2003 /
ISBN:9780889822245
/ $15.95

In his fourth collection of poems, David Manicom affirms his place as one of the most compelling poets writing in Canada today. The Burning Eaves, a mixture of shorter lyrics and longer sequences, is a meditation on the nature of language and the power of love. Things are never as they appear to be, in Manicom’s world; yet he is a...

Non-Fiction / pb / 200pp / November, 2002 /
ISBN:978-088982-212-2
/ $22.95

Here In Hope is a history of place, a spiritual and ecological memoir, and a biography of the community of Hope, British Columbia. J.M. Bridgeman tells the stories of this land and its people with both a mystic's sense of wonder and a scientist's curiosity about the precise nature of the forces that shape our world....

Poetry / pb / 96pp / November, 2002 /
ISBN:9780889822160
/ $14.95

Reminiscent of Donne, Rilke, and Wendell Berry, Hiro Boga blends classical and contemporary styles in a poetry that is inspiring, intimate, and passionate. With language rooted in the senses, Boga’s poems flow between ideas and feelings, nature and spirit with ease and grace.