Unwrap Indie: J. Gordon Shillingford

November 22, 2021

Today's Unwrap Indie book haul is for the curious and dramatic reader on your list. Gift them our choice plays and non-fiction from J. Gordon Shillingford, a Winnipeg-based publisher supportive of marginalized voices and local literary talents that makes entertaining and inspiring books available to readers everywhere. 

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From now until Nov 28th we're gifting 15% OFF all #unwrapindie books on All Lit Up!

 

 

 

 

Books we recommend from J. Gordon Shillingford for your giftee to unwrap

 

 

two indians_unwrap blog

Why we love this book: Falen Johnson's dark comedy is about two cousins who grew up on the same reserve, but are disconnected when one of them leaves for the city after a family tragedy. When the two reunite in Toronto, they must learn to reconnect with each other and their culture. While the play addresses some tough issues, it's ultimately a celebration of kinship, connection, and the importance of empathy. 

Read a full description of Two Indians  here.

Where do I find the book?   Find it on All Lit Up for 15% off until Nov 28 or from your local indie bookseller with our Shop Local feature available on the book page.

 

 

 

text and context_unwrap blog

Why we love this book: Essential reading for young directors, Text and Context: The Operative Word is a handbook for script work and stage directing that offers personal anecdotes, techniques for effective communication and artistic collaboration, and tools for creative, productive, and equitable processes of theatrical practice. 

Read a full description of Text and Context  here.

Where do I find the book?  Find it on All Lit Up for 15% off until Nov 28 or from your local indie bookseller with our Shop Local feature available on the book page.

 

 

curling club_unwrap blog

Why we love this book: It's on-the-button funny, it's heartwarming, and it's very Canadian. When a group of newcomers to Canada—including a Chinese medical student, a Jamaican Tim Horton's manager, an Indian father of three, and a 17-year-old Syrian refugee—sign up for a Learn to Curl class in their small-town, they begin a chain of events that have them facing off against local prejudice to become a true team. 

Read a full description of The New Canadian Curling Club  here.

Where do I find the book?  Find it on All Lit Up for 15% off until Nov 28 or from your local indie bookseller with our Shop Local feature available on the book page.

 

 

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