Books tagged: Anthologies: General

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Hard Ticket

Edited by Lisa Moore

hard ticket noun (Nfld) a lively character, a tough or headstrong person, someone not easily controlled.

Hard Ticket showcases some of the most exciting writers in Newfoundland. Selected by critically acclaimed author Lisa Moore, these previously unpublished stories highlight ... 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

I Saw Three Ships

By Bill Richardson

“By June, Philip’s view of English Bay, what’s left of it, will be utterly gone. It was always going to happen. For years now, it’s been getting harder and harder to see what’s out there. For years now, it’s been getting harder and harder to know what to do. ”

Eight ... Read more

In Our Own Aboriginal Voice 2

Edited by Michael Calvert
Introduction by Edmund Metatawabin

In Our Own Aboriginal Voice 2 is a powerful collection of short fiction, non-fiction, personal essay, poetry, and original Indigenous artwork by Indigenous authors and artists from across Canada. Featuring the work of established authors such as the late Connie Fife, and up-and-coming ... 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

Linda Griffiths

Edited by Jacqueline Petropoulos

For more than three decades, Griffiths worked tirelessly and passionately to redefine drama and performance in Canada, constantly pushing artistic boundaries in her quest to tell new and unconventional stories about Canadians and women.

Weaving together new critical essays on ... Read more

Living the Edges

Edited by Diane Driedger

This important and ground-breaking collection brings together the diverse voices of women with various disabilities, both physical and mental. Here, Canadian women speak frankly about the societal barriers they encounter in their everyday lives due to social attitudes and physical ... Read more

Long March Home, The

By Zoë S. Roy

The novel is the story of three generations of women, a grandmother who as a young woman went to China as a Canadian missionary nurse and who falls in love with a Chinese doctor who acts as her interpreter. Shortly after anti-western sentiment sends her home in a hurry she discovers ... Read more