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The Essential John Reibetanz provides a compelling view of the work of a deeply engaged poet whose exploratory syntax and probing imagery
Plastic presents twelve linked short stories that unfold the tale of Debbie Pearce, a former pageant queen who struggles to balance the re
introducing Tyler Bright Hilton's epic saga of Minmei Madelynne Pryor & the dryer
A striking visual saga in linocuts of the life of John ‘Daddy’ Hall, a man of Mohawk and African-American descent who survived war, capture and sla
Barbara Sibbald’s The Museum of Possibilities presents sixteen shadow-box narratives—short, concentrated scenes depicting complicated rela
A heart-rending poetic commentary on the pain, anxiety and dissatisfaction that go hand-in-hand with mental illness, and on the complex and emotion
The Essential Jay Macpherson reveals an unexpected complexity in the poetry of one of the leading figures of Canada’s mythopoeic modernist
Canadian comic artist Seth investigates the influence of printed ephemera in inspiring a quintessentially Canadian style of design.
Oscar Cahén's Vulgar Modernism, and a Chat with Typographer Rod McDonald
P. K. Page—the celebrated poet—was also a gifted visual artist working under her married name, P. K. Irwin. The Art of P. K.
In Portraits of Canadian Writers, Bruce Meyer shares the portraits of some of Canada’s most beloved writers alongside anecdotes that revea
Tom Smart’s Palookaville: Seth and the Art of Graphic Autobiography examines the construction self-identity and the wafer-thin distinction