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Darkening Archipelago, The

By Stephen Legault

Eight months after his own brush with death over Alberta's Cardinal Divide, Cole Blackwater has learned that his good friend and former client Archie Ravenwing is presumed dead on the waters of British Columbia's Broughton Archipelago. Days before his disappearance, Ravenwing ... Read more

Darkness and Silence

By Tim Bowling

In his fourth collection of poetry, Tim Bowling continues his exploration of loss, heartache, joy and wonder. Employing a supple lyricism that is at turns tender and fierce, he draws on his experiences as a father and son, on his memories of childhood, and on his journeys into ... Read more

Destination Prairie

By Cathie Bartlett

Bartlett beautifully describes the heart-aching lonelinessof a newcomer and gives an important glimpse into a lowly life of a hired gird

Dharma Rasa

By Kuldip Gill

Rasa theory, part of Indian genre theory and Sanskritic poetics, describes an elaborate typology of nine essences or emotions, ranging from adbhuta (wonder) to raudra (fury) to karuna (sorrow) to santa (serentity). This first collection of poetry by Kuldip Gill is rich with these ... Read more

Dog Ear

By Jim Johnston

Like the "page turned down to make another / page," Dog Ear explores the marks we leave on a world whose social, political and personal markers are constantly shifting. In his fourth book of poems--and most focused work to date--Jim Johnstone establishes himself as an exquisite ... Read more

Dragon and the Dry Goods Princess

By David Arnason

New fairy tales for adults and children. David Arnason's wit and comic grace transform 2000 years of classics into 20 tales for today of love, loss, and triumph.

Dying Scarlet

By Tim Bowling

In a letter to his brothers in 1818, John Keats remarked on a curious expression in vogue among his friends: "they call drinking deep dying scarlet. " The poems in this collection, inspired by Keats' misspelling of "dyeing," explore the ways in which we drink deep from life, ... Read more

Elizabeth of Bohemia

By David Elias


A sweeping, cinematic novel about the life of the Winter Queen, Elizabeth Stuart

October 1612. King James I is looking to expand England’s influence in Europe, especially among the Protestants. He invites Prince Frederic of the Palatinate to London and offers him his sixteen-year-old ... Read more

Even Weirder Than Before

By Susie Taylor


Daisy’s job is to be as unobtrusive as possible. But when her father suddenly leaves and her mother breaks down, Daisy’s old life disappears, and she is set free in the rift created between ... Read more

Fanny and the Mystery in the Grieving Forest

By Rune Christiansen
Translated by Kari Dickson

Shortlisted for the 2017 Brage Prize

Fanny, a 17-year-old high school senior, has lost both her parents in a car accident. Granted permission to live independently in the family home located on the outskirts of a small Norwegian town, the days pass by as she performs her daily ... Read more