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A Roll of the Bones

By Trudy J. Morgan-Cole


In 1610, John Guy established a small colony in Cupids, Newfoundland, on the very edge of a world unknown to Europeans. Two years later, he brought a shipment of supplies to ... Read more

Advice for Taxidermists and Amateur Beekeepers

By Erin Vance

The sudden death of Margot Morris and her two young daughters in a house fire sends shock-waves through a small rural community. The Morris' are a close-knit family, long associated with the mysterious arts of taxidermy and bee-keeping. Margot's three surviving siblings, Teddy, ... Read more

Angel in Blue Jeans

By Richard L. Coles

Dana and Tony have found romance and they couldn’t be happier with one another. Strolling home one icy evening, the young couple sees a police car pulling up in front of Tony’s family home. Tony’s brother along with Dana’s brother had been drinking and driving that evening. ... Read more

At Bay Press 2013 Fiction Annual: Jilted Love

By John Crust, M. C. Joudrey, Van Kunder, Justin Marshall
Illustrated by Michael Joyal, Wladyslaw Podkowinski, and Egon Schiele
Photographs by William Self

Poignant, bleak, funny and fervent, the short stories, artwork and photography included in At Bay Press’s latest anthology illustrate the various implications of love gone awry. The 2013 Fiction Annual is comprised of thoughtful writing about contempt, regret and emancipation ... Read more

At Bay Press Fiction Annual

By Lucy Haché, M. C. Joudrey, Van Kunder, and Scott A. Ford
Illustrated by Michael Joyal
Photographs by Anders Homenick

Illusory, fleeting and spectral - the short stories, artwork and photography included in At Bay Press’s latest anthology illuminate the vastness of the human mind while leaving other corners untouched. As they should be…Rich in archetypal themes yet modern in approach, this ... Read more

Blackbird Calling

By Laura Swart

Blackbird Calling depicts the beauty and complexity that unfold when dominant and indigenous cultures fuse horizons. It begins on Cape Breton Island, where the protagonist, unnamed, encounters the agonies and exploits of childhood--and the prejudices lodged against Aboriginal ... Read more

Bonavere Howl

By Caitlin Galway

It is 1955, and the three Fayette sisters have lived their whole lives in the enchanting French Quarter of New Orleans. Though neglected by their parents, they share a close bond with one another--from afternoons in their small, shared bedroom, to trying to speak with ghosts ... Read more

Edge of Wild

By D.K. Stone

Transplanted from New York City to the tiny mountain town of Waterton, Alberta with the task of saving a floundering new hotel, Rich Evans is desperate to return to the city as soon as he can. The locals seem unusually hostile towards his efforts, or maybe even menacing, and ... Read more

Femme Confidential

By Nairne Holtz

Femme Confidential is a darkly comic examination of sexual freedom and finding yourself, your tribe, and the not-so-perfect girlfriend. Set in a gentrifying Toronto neighbourhood, the novel is told from the point of view of three lesbians. Liberty, the daughter of earnest Quaker ... Read more

Few and Far

By Allison Kydd

Jilted by her near-beau in England, Florence Southam travels to the exotic new world of the Saskatchewan Prairies, both to attend the wedding of her closest friend and to recover from her recent disappointment. Through Florence's eyes, the reader encounters a Victorian settlement ... Read more