Non-Fiction

Jennifer Bowering Delisle

Part family memoir, part poetry, part love letter to Newfoundland and its people, The Bosun Chair is a...

Sarah de Leeuw

Where It Hurts is a highly charged collection of personal essays, haunted by loss, evoking turbulent...

Rudy Wiebe

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

Rudy Wiebe'...

Myrna Kostash

The long rivalry between the Hudson's Bay Company and the North West Company for control of the fur trade in Canada...

Lee Maracle
  • WINNER OF THE NON FICTION BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD AT THE 2016 ALBERTA BOOK PUBLISHING AWARDS!

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Rick Ranson

Rick Ranson has collected stories from all over North America, from the DEW Line and the drill ships of Working...

Roy Miki

In this collection of essays edited by the University of Guelph’s Smaro Kamboureli, Roy Miki —poet, scholar, and...

Ted Ferguson

The 1920s were one of the wildest decades in Canada’s history, a time of frivolous fads, shocking crimes, and...

Myrna Kostash

Non-fiction author Myrna Kostash merges the past and the present in The Frog Lake Reader, which offers a...

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...

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