A Schizo-Philosopher's Colouring Book
By Douglas Ord
A Schizo-Philosopher's Colouring Book is a playful experiment in what the philosopher Gilles Deleuze might call ?crowned anarchy. ? The crown of authority is worn by the format ?colouring book,? in a style that repeats with difference. Anarchy enters via a swarm of figures from ... Read more
By (artist) Chris W. Kim
A poignant fable about a young woman who is captivated by a set of recently discovered notebooks and leaves her isolated community to search for their author--a journey that ultimately makes her question what she wants and what she's willing to leave behind.
The residents of ... Read more
By Sarah Leavitt
Winner of the Vine Award for Canadian Jewish Literature
Agnes, Murderess is a graphic novel inspired by the bloody legend of Agnes McVee, a roadhouse owner, madam and serial killer in the Cariboo region of British Columbia in the late nineteenth century. Fascinated by this legend--which ... Read more
By Catherine Ocelot
Translated by Aleshia Jensen
Winner of the Best Graphic Novel in Quebec 2018!
Catherine Ocelot wonders about her place as an artist, digging into the layers of what it means to live this Art Life. In her search for answers, she talks with seven artists from different disciplines who express their doubts, ... Read more
By bp Nichol
Edited by Carl Peters
The scope, innovation and depth (down to the heart) of bpNichol’s writing makes him one of the most important writers in English of the 20th century. He is widely known for his research into genres as diverse as the lyric, the long poem, sound poetry, concrete poetry, critical ... Read more
Coming to Canada
By Starkie Mak
With sensitivity and tenderness, Starkie Mak has captured a tale of the immigrant experience, from the eyes of a child. Masterfully rendered with careful homage paid the children's books that have touched the hearts of so many, Mak's brush strokes and calligraphy evoke the turbulent ... Read more
Cursed Hermit, The
By Kris Bertin
By (artist) Alexander Forbes
The highly-anticipated follow-up to The Case of the Missing Men
Will our Teen Detectives untangle the mystery of Knotty Pines--before it's too late? Reeling from the strange and confusing discoveries of their last adventure, the Hobtown Junior Detective Club is looking forward ... Read more
By (artist) Joe Ollman
A toasted bagel isn't a lot to ask for. Or is it?
A mother and her four children are at the end of a long, uncomfortable night spent in a hospital waiting room far from home. The children are hungry, so they all head to the bagel shop across the street.
The woman doesn't have ... Read more
Illustrated by Daniel Innes
By Christina Wong
A moving story told in visual art and fiction about gentrification, aging in place, grief, and vulnerable Chinese Canadian elders
Bringing together ink artwork and fiction, Denison Avenue by Daniel Innes (illustrations) and Christina Wong (text) follows the elderly Wong Cho ... Read more
Phil wakes up in the middle of a cemetery, only to discover he's been dead for a few months. He is now what you would normally call a "zombie", although the term does feel slightly derogatory to him. And now that he's back among the living, everyone seems to have gotten on with ... Read more