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George Johnston is one of the most finely tuned poets we have had -- a master watchmaker who can also build Big Ben.
Don Coles’ Forests of the Medieval World (PQL 1993) won the Governor General’s Award for poetry. Kurgan (PQL 2000) won the Trillum Prize in Ontario
Though barely remembered today, Kenneth Leslie was one of the most remarkable Canadians of the 20th century.
Mystery Stories is inhabited by absence: dead friends, past childhoods and ex-lovers.
A Calendar of Days (2013) is the second in an on-going collaboration between the Wood Engravers’ Network (WEN) which includes members from the Unit
The Great Lakes serve as the setting for a powerful story about the men and women who labour upon them.
This is the third installment in acclaimed poet Wayne Clifford’s series of sonnets, The Exile’s Papers, a project decades in the making and now rec
Mark Lavorato’s debut poetry collection, Wayworn Wooden Floors, is a striking piece of work, informed by an acute observer tuned to the everyday.
Stefan Berg revives the wordless graphic novel in his portrait of the ‘first man of jazz’. Very little is known of Buddy Bolden.
Kenneth Sherman’s collection Words for Elephant Man delves into the fascinating life of Joseph Merrick, the titular ‘Elephant Man’ who came to prom
Featuring the Wood Engraving of Rosemary Kilbourn