All Books

  • Sarah de Leeuw
    • A FINALIST FOR THE 2017 GOVERNOR GENERAL'S LITERARY AWARDS - NONFICTION

    Where It Hurts is a highly charged collection...

  • Mark Lisac

    SHORTLISTED FOR THE BEST FIRST NOVEL AWARD AT THE ARTHUR ELLIS AWARDS!

    “Sins don’t destroy people here. Dreams do.”

    In a small city...

  • Rudy Wiebe

    “The problem with writer longevity can be a complicating, even contradictory oeuvre. Hopefully.”

    Rudy Wiebe's Where The Truth Lies...

  • Alla Tumanov

    The memoir of a young woman who, in 1951 at the age of seventeen, was arrested for her involvement with an underground organization demanding...

  • Barb Howard

    Whipstock follows Nellie Manville, an uninhibited woman currently employed in an oil company cafeteria, and her mother Florence, who...

  • Suzette Mayr

    Hannelore, Clotilde, and Frau Schnadelhuber are three old women tired of living in a world which does not allow old women to be seen or heard....

  • Tom Sando

    Wild Daisies in the Sand reopens a chapter in Canadian history. This book is a series of diary entries beginning in 1941, when author Tom...

  • Elizabeth McLachlan

    The severe shortage of teachers brought on by World War II meant that teenagers, some with little or no training, were placed in charge of country...

  • Elizabeth McLachlan

    A compilation of individual stories based on the author’s interviews and correspondence with several Depression-era teachers. Comic at times,...

  • Stewart Lemoine

    Witness to a Conga is the winner of three 2011 Sterling awards, including Best Production, Best New Work, and Best Actor for Edmonton's...

  • Brad Fraser

    This memorable collection contains two of Brad Fraser's most ferocious theatrical creations. Wolfboy explores the relationship between...

  • William Neil Scott

    When Emma Brodie, local prophet and mother of three, steals a boat and exiles herself to the middle of the bay for seven days and seven nights,...

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