Non-Fiction

Michael Ross

Peigan Elders Joe and Josephine Crowshoe belonged to a generation still bright with the Traditional Knowledge and...

Daphne Marlatt

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

Rudy Wiebe

Playing Dead is a book about boundaries, about changing how we think about the limits of northern history...

Alla Tumanov

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

Rick Ranson
  • Shortlisted for the Alexander Kennedy Isbister Award for Non-Fiction at the Manitoba Book Awards

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Roy Kenzie Kiyooka

Pacific Rim Letters by Roy Kiyooka at once a document and a creative work, personal meditation and...

Tom Sando

Wild Daisies in the Sand reopens a chapter in Canadian history. This book is a series of diary entries...

Elizabeth McLachlan

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

Elizabeth McLachlan

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

Roy Kenzie Kiyooka

In 1993 Mary Kiyooka sat with her son Roy Kiyooka, one of Canada’s most important avant-garde painters, and a tape...

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