In See What I’m Saying? wood engraver Jim Westergard puts his artistic talents—and his wicked sense of humour—into play with equal effect,

Lori Cayer’s poetry collection Mrs Romanov reveals the unexpectedly quotidian concerns of Alexandra Feodorovna, the last tsarina of Imperi

In his memoir, Jan in 35 Pieces, acclaimed cellist Ian Hampton recounts his years of music and camaraderie, ably capturing his life-long d

Rumours of the Second Coming of Christ abound in the City of Masks.

featuring the Visual Art of James Reaney & the R. Hoe Cylinder Press at Black Creek Pioneer Village

The essays in Ordinary Paradise muse on what it means to be engaged with literature, music, film and the visual arts, and celebrate the ex

Coach House at Fifty looks back at an underreported slice of the complex history of one of Canada’s most celebrated small, literary publis

Celebrated Canadian folk singer Bob Bossin tells the story of his father’s life in the gambling underworld of the 1930

Renowned advocate and legal trailblazer Peter S.

Stefan Berg revives the wordless graphic novel in his portrait of the ‘first man of jazz’. Very little is known of Buddy Bolden.

The anecdotes, extended scenes and burgeoning imagination that make up these stories are tightly composed and sharply focused.

A new edition of James Reaney’s classic long poem which has been described, variously, as ‘the toughest and funniest, most literary and most seriou