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All Lit Up Press Picks for the Holidays: At Bay Press
Winnipeg’s At Bay Press is known for discovering new authors and bringing beautiful books to light. Today, they deck our blog with three gift-worthy books for the holiday season, including a stunning debut novel by an Indigenous author, a New-Yorker best book, and a visually impressive poetry collection.
The First Few Feet in a World of Wolves by Scott Mainprize
“A very special book by a very special debut author. This novel showcases beauty, hope, discovery, and knowledge as essential to our humanity. This is all tied into the author’s own personal experience with truth and reconciliation and bestowed Indigenous gifts from Elders.”
Find The First Few Feet in a World of Wolves here on All Lit Up or use the Shop Local button to purchase from your local indie bookstore.
The Glint of Light by Clarence Major
“The Glint of Light is likely the author’s most personal and political book to date. It’s an essential work, pulling focus on the African American experience in the USA. But don’t take our word for it, The New Yorker has just selected it as a best book.”
Find The Glint of Light here on All Lit Up or use the Shop Local button to purchase from your local indie bookstore.
Gibbous Moon by Dennis Cooley
“This beautiful book highlights one of Canada’s master poets at his absolute best. Adorned with stunning abstract photography by photographer/composer Michael Matthews. The two have created a lyrical, rhythmic, waxing and waning of words and images that we continue to be in awe of.”
Find Gibbous Moon here on All Lit Up or use the Shop Local button to purchase from your local indie bookstore.
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