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Ten varied stories – many published in Canada’s best literary journals – of contemporary women learning what they want from sex, love and partnersh
The Names of Things is a book about a man and a generation.
Welcome to the world of JonArno Lawson, where sound rules supreme.
My Life on Earth and Elsewhere, a memoir by the internationally-acclaimed Canadian composer, music educator and writer R.
A comprehensive introduction to this enigmatic Canadian poet, The Essential Tom Marshallprovides an overview of the breadth of Marshall’s career, f
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
In the months following 9/11, while images of the collapsing towers haunted the media, Kenneth Sherman began a course of reading, seeking out autho
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.
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