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By Jorge Carrión
Translated by Peter Bush

Jorge Carrión collects bookshops: from Gotham Book Mart and the Strand Bookstore in New York City to City Lights Bookshop and Green Apple Books in San Francisco and all the bright spots in between (Prairie Lights, Tattered Cover, and countless others). In this thought-provoking, ... Read more

Gaspereau Gloriatur

Edited by Michael deBeyer & Kate Kennedy

Volume two in Gaspereau Press’s tenth-anniversary celebration is an anthology of our very best prose. In the last decade, books of fiction, memoir, personal narrative, local and natural history, bibliophilic detective work, philosophy, lectures and essays have been launched ... Read more

How to Swallow a Pig

By Robert Priest


Bizarre sexual parables, hilarious science fiction, fables, text-tangles, dirty stories, lush love letters, re-visionary fairy tales, predictions,strange new games, dream transcripts, and a complete handbook of absurdist instructions, including one on the dangerous arts of ... Read more

If You're Not Free at Work, Where Are You Free

By Tom Wayman

The essays in If You're Not Free At Work, Where Are You Free?: Literature and Social Change focus on the interconnection of community/workplace/individual and how literature (and thinking about literature) has a role in social struggles aimed at making that nexus more liberatory. ... Read more


Edited by Kim Davids Mandar

In|Appropriate is a collection of interviews conducted by Kim Davids Mandar with Canadian authors, exploring how they work through questions of difference, identity, and appropriation in their writing.

The interviews address a definition of appropriation that goes beyond race ... Read more

Jack Layton: Art in Action

Edited by Penn Kemp

Jack Layton: Art in Action is a book of anecdotes and commentary about Jack Layton and his involvement with Canadian arts and cultures. He himself was a master of the art of politics. His canvas was Canada and his influence and inspiration ongoing: Never turn down an opportunity ... Read more

Ndè Sı̀ı̀ Wet’aɂà

By Kyla LeSage, Thumlee Drybones-Foliot, and Leanne Betasamosake Simpson

Ndè Sı̀ı̀ Wet’aɂà: Northern Indigenous Voices on Land, Life & Art is a collection of essays, interviews, short stories, and poetry written by emerging and established northern Indigenous writers and artists. Centered on land, cultural practice and northern life, this ... Read more

Queering the Way

Edited by Darrin Hagen

Edmonton’s Loud & Queer Cabaret has been blazing trails and shining a light on Queer arts and culture for twenty years. The showcase has debuted more than three hundred pieces of stunning performance and art from both established and emerging talent alike.

From the Loud & ... Read more

Random Illuminations

By Eleanor Wachtel

A great conversation can offer insight into the hearts and minds of its participants. In this intimate, wide-ranging collection of conversations (and some correspondence), writer-broadcaster Eleanor Wachtel and her friend, author Carol Shields, touch on both the personal and ... Read more