Poetry / pb / 112pp / June, 2015 /
ISBN:978-0-88982-308-2
/ $17.95

Miranda Pearson’s exquisite poems in The Fire Extinguisher reveal the human psyche in ways that are both painstakingly beautiful and generous. No detail is too small to find a place in her constantly shifting vision. Threaded through with natural imagery—fire, the sea, animals and plants—alongside many references to visual art, these...

Non-Fiction / pb / 128pp / May, 2015 /
ISBN:978-0-88982-314-3
/ $12.95

Foot Notes: Telling Stories of Girls’ Soccer reflects on 35 years coaching girls’ and women’s soccer. It’s a bit memoir, a bit of guidebook, a smattering of literary commentary, a dose of nostalgia and confesstional, sprinkled with some sports journalism. Foot Notes urges attentive listening to other’s stories as it shapes,...

Poetry / pb / 248pp / April, 2015 /
ISBN:978-0-88982-310-5
/ $19.95

Between 1996 and 2011, W. H. New became one of our most inspiring and innovative Canadian poets with the publication of ten volumes of poetry over a span of twenty years: Science Lessons (1996); Raucous (1999); Stone/Rain (2001); Riverbook and Ocean (2002); Night Room (2003); Underwood Log (...

Fiction / pb / 272pp / March, 2015 /
ISBN:978-0-88982-297-9
/ $19.95

Calan Gray talks to trees. They speak back to him. Not in words, exactly; he hears the language of trees. They become his sanctuary against a violent father who wishes to commit him to an institution for expressing such delusions. It is 1964, and the world is a harsh place for those who are different.
When his grandfather, Dunmore McLeod...

Poetry / pb / 80pp / March, 2015 /
ISBN:978-0-88982-300-6
/ $17.95

Exploring the labyrinth of memory, Kat Cameron’s poetry moves from prairie homesteads to the homeless in Tokyo. Strange Labyrinth offers elegies to the lost: a husband who died of cystic fibrosis, a skeleton buried near Stonehenge, Rodin’s muse who was consumed by madness. Intimate, insightful, and intellectually complex, these lyric...