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  • R.W. Gray

    Crisp confronts the unspeakable parts of memory, meditating on characters caught in isolation and struggling to make sense of grief,...

  • Cassie Stocks

    WINNER OF THE 2013 LEACOCK MEMORIAL MEDAL FOR CANADIAN HUMOUR WRITING!

    Twenty-seven-year-old Frieda Zweig is at an impasse. Behind her is a...

  • Stephen Legault

    Eight months after his own brush with death over Alberta’s Cardinal Divide, Cole Blackwater has learned that his good friend and former client...

  • The body of Joe Bertolucci, security guard for a wealthy and controversial land developer, is found in a deserted cabin on Salt Spring Island. A...

  • Ken Cameron

    WINNER OF THE AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION OF A MUSICAL AND OUTSTANDING DIRECTION OF A MUSICAL AT THE 2015...

  • Steve Hanon

    On a warm spring day in June of 1914, two hundred and thirty-five men went down into the depths of the Hillcrest mine, found in Alberta’s...

  • Fred Wah

    This story of family and identity, migration and integration, culture and self-discovery is told through family history, memory, and the...

  • SKY Lee

    Disappearing Moon Cafe was a stunning debut novel that has become a Canadian literary classic. An unflinchingly honest portrait of a...

  • Margie Taylor

    On a stormy night in 1977 the beautiful and troubled, Tina Van Buren dies violently in what is ruled a suicide. Many years...

  • Walter Hildebrandt

    Taking its inspiration from director Werner Herzog’s concept of “ecstatic truth” and recalling D.W. Griffith’s silent film classic "Intolerance",...

  • Myrna Kostash

    It is said that one's first love sets the template for all loves to follow. The Doomed Bridegroom narrates one woman’s attraction to...

  • Rosella Leslie

    Emma Phillips is 35 years old, divorced, depressed... adrift. But when extraordinary circumstances force her to take care of three traumatized,...

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