All Books

  • Steven Peters

    In 59 Glass Bridges, an unnamed narrator travels through a maze that is at once mutable and immutable: walls fall to vine-filled forests...

  • Bruce Allen Powe

    It is the summer of 1935, while young Doug Sayers is spending the summer going to movies and sneaking cigarettes and his...

  • Conni Massing

    It is the summer of 1935, while young Doug Sayers is spending the summer going to movies and sneaking cigarettes and his friend Babe Roothe is...

  • Karen Hofmann

    Having escaped the place in her youth, retired professor Sidonie von Täler returns to her ancestral Okanagan valley orchards still very much in...

  • Robert Kroetsch

    Robert Kroetsch captures the beauty of this province in this endearing documentation of his Alberta experience—from the dinosaur digs in the...

  • Myrna Kostash

    Myrna Kostash's controversial probing of the experiences of three generations of Ukrainians in Canada rapidly became a bestseller when it was...

  • Henry Kreisel

    This collection of Henry Kreisel’s finely crafted short fiction, written between 1954 and 1980, explores cultural identity and relationships...

  • Fred Flahiff

    Crafted from archival material, interviews, memories, and bankers’ boxes of papers sent to the author during the years before her death, Fred...

  • Monica Kidd

    In the early twentieth century, Andrew Zak proposes to Rosalia Patala in a letter. New to North America, Rosalia boards a train from New York to...

  • Jenna Butler

    Aphelion is about distances, simultaneously belonging to two countries but being rooted in neither. In her first collection, poet Jenna...

  • Stan Dragland

    A passionate meditation on the meeting of life and literature, and a text of rumination, invention, and rhapsody, Apocrypha celebrates...

  • Laurie Ricou

    The first book-length commentary on twentieth-century Pacific Northwest writing, The Arbutus/Madrone Files explores the dynamics of the...

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