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  • Garry Ryan

    Ordinarily Detective Lane has a knack for discovering the whereabouts of missing persons. But the city’s latest victim has disappeared without a...

  • Daphne Marlatt

    From one of Canada’s foremost poet/novelists and feminist critics - a collection of essays spanning over fifteen years.

  • Barbara Langhorst

    such a bullet of fears love’s anaesthetist cried

    by her ear as she slept all hope lost

    the one clear way to raise the dead

    ...

  • Miggs Wynne Morris

    Return to the Drum is a story about survival—the survival of a people and their way of life. Focusing on the history of the Sahtuot’ine...

  • Wendy McGrath
    • WINNER OF THE BOOK DESIGN AWARD AT THE 2016 ALBERTA BOOK PUBLISHING AWARDS!
    • HONOURABLE MENTION FROM THE ALCUIN SOCIETY AWARDS FOR...
  • Barbara Kingscote

    In May 1949, at the age of twenty, Barbara Kingscote left her farm in Mascouche, Quebec, and set out for the Pacific Ocean on horseback. Barbara...

  • Alice Zorn

    20% off to celebrate our 50th Nunatak First Fiction title!

    These are short stories about people who harbour relics from...

  • Betty Jane Hegerat

    20% off to celebrate our 50th Nunatak First Fiction title!

    Transferred between foster homes for most of his life, twelve...

  • Meredith Quartermain

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

  • Laurie Ricou

    Salal is a unique book about a commonplace plant. Part travel narrative, part literary memoir, part “ethnography” of a plant that usually...

  • Wendy McGrath

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

  • Lyle Victor Albert

    In Scraping the Surface, Lyle Victor Albert draws upon his own experiences growing up and coming of age. While...

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