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Everything You Hold Dear

By Jamie Sharpe


“Brilliant lunatic assemblage. ” — Today’s Book of Poetry on Cut-up Apologetic

From 2007 to 2016, Jamie Sharpe led an itinerant life, throughout British Columbia and the Yukon, in Sechelt, Prince George, Dawson, Salmon Arm, Whitehorse, Galiano, and Texada Island. When ... Read more

Everything, now

By Jessica Moore

Part lyric, part memoir, Everything, now, Jessica Moore’s heart-rending debut, describes an untimely death and the journey of going on alone. The book stares down loss and struggles to transform that loss into language that can pass through boundaries of intricate sorrow; ... Read more

Foreign Homes

By Joan Crate

Shortlisted for the 2002 Pat Lowther AwardForeign Homes, Joan Crate's second book of poems, explores domesticity and dislocation, where what was thought to be home becomes alien, and where the alien is, piece by piece, made into home -- often in such simple, physical acts as ... Read more


By Jennifer Still

Shortlisted for the 2012 Aqua Lansdowne Prize for PoetryWinner of the 2012 John Hirsch Award for Most Promising Manitoba WriterA linguistically inventive exaltation, a wild ride down into the privacies, the here-and-goneness of girlhood. In Girlwood, Jennifer Still's second ... Read more

Glass Float

By Jane Munro

Lines that attend to shore, air, water, sand, birds, other women; in their gathered particulars they bring us close to the concavities, the complex familiarity and mystery of conscious experience.  

Hard Light

By Michael Crummey
Introduction by Lisa Moore

On the occasion of the press’s 40th anniversary, Brick Books is proud to present the fifth of six new editions of classic books from our back catalogue. This edition of Hard Light features a new Introduction by Lisa Moore, a new Afterword by the author and a new cover and ... Read more


By Jesse Patrick Ferguson

Jesse Patrick Ferguson brings music and poetry into conversation with each other in this compelling debut collection. Modelled on the fundamental tones and overtones of the harmonic series, poems in Ferguson’s arrangement riff on one another, and words, phrases and images ... Read more

Heaven's Thieves

By Sue Sinclair

Heaven's Thieves is a collection engaged with the big questions -- What are bodies for? What does it mean to be alive? What is beauty and why does it have such power over us? What is the point of art? -- and the urgent ones -- how to live in a shattered ecology, what to do about ... Read more

Here Is Where We Disembark

By Clea Roberts

With her remarkable debut collection, Yukon poet Clea Roberts proffers a perceptive & ecological reading of the Canadian North’s past & present. Roberts deftly draws out the moments that comprise a cycle of seasons, paying as much attention to the natural—the winter moon’s ... Read more


By Carol Rose Daniels

Hiraeth is about women supporting and lending strength and clarity to other women so they know that moving forward is always possible— and always necessary. It documents a journey of struggle that pertains to a dark point in Canadian history that few talk about and of which ... Read more