- +1 519 833 9158
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.
Burying a Measuring Stick: Curator Tom Smart Presents Carl Beam's Columbus Suite
What does it mean to think, to imagine, to create, to be? Why do we believe what we do?
The Essential Douglas LePan presents a wide-ranging collection of poetry—from tense verses on the fog of war to homoerotic love poems to lyr
Joe Rosenblatt delights in revealing a fantastical hidden world of ravenous monsters and rapacious critters of all sorts—one in which ‘either you’r
Populated by media personalities, literary characters, three-legged deer-like creatures and an array of idiosyncratic Toronto neighbours, The Ho
Learn about the Porcupine's Quill's Spring 2020 titles, including new releases from P. K. Page, George A. Walker, Frances Boyle, Ed Seaward and P.