Wood Engraver George A. Walker Reimagines Lewis Carroll's Hunting of the Snark

In this illustrated edition of Lewis Carroll’s The Hunting of the Snark, master wood engraver George A.

Light and shadows clash in The Essential Kay Smith, a collection that demonstrates an early modernist poet’s attempts to reconcile faith, im

Sharon Berg’s quietly insightful collection focuses on relationships between generations, acknowledging the prevalence of the shadows that are ever

The essays in Margin of Interest showcase the rich history of poetry in the Canadian Maritimes, recognizing the drawbacks of regional framew

Expect the unexpected in Daniel Bryant’s Rerouted, a collection of linked short stories in which myth, mirth and mayhem are never far away.

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