Fiction

Thea Bowering

WINNER OF THE 2014 TRADE FICTION BOOK AWARD AT THE ALBERTA BOOK AWARDS!

“So I have always walked alleys...

Rosie Chard

WINNER OF THE 2014 MARGARET LAURENCE AWARD FOR FICTION AT THE MANITOBA BOOK PRIZES!

Edith Stoker’s father is...

Meredith Quartermain

At the height of the Great Depression, two Prairie children struggle with poverty and uncertainty. Surrounded by...

Wendy McGrath

What is real when seen through the eyes of a child? When does the harshness of reality transform idyllic memories?...

Gayleen Froese

Psychic Anna Gareau and public relations expert Collie Kostyna keep things quiet for local magicians and for their...

Rosella Leslie

Emma Phillips is 35 years old, divorced, depressed... adrift. But when extraordinary circumstances force her to...

Rebecca Campbell

While working to restore an historic theatre in a seedy part of the city, a graduate student named Anthea searches...

Marguerite Pigeon

On the eve of NorthOre’s opening of a new mining operation in El Salvador in 2005, a group of Canadian human-rights...

Corinna Chong

Half-Asian, half-English teenager Grace (but she’d prefer it if you called her “Gray” instead) is not a perfect...

Theanna Bischoff

You wake up, and your sister is dead.

With an absent father and a chronically ill mother, sisters Darcy and...

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