Books tagged: Law

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A Map in My Blood

By Carla Braidek

Traditional poetry continues to hold its place in contemporary literature, in part, because of the emergence of women whose writing is informed by tradition but whose subject matter crystalizes in the personal search for meaning. This work represents a search through life, querying ... Read more


By Cara-Lyn Morgan

These are poems of a woman’s healing journey from both accidental injury to the deeply imbued wounds of colonization. Cara-Lyn Morgan metaphorically maps out the process of recovery within her own body and the land around her, moving though the muscles and sinews of her own ... Read more


By Lenore Rowntree

Cluck is a darkly comic novel about Henry, an only child whose mother has bipolar disorder. As a teen, Henry becomes a radio junkie lost in the world of music. As a young man, he becomes obsessed with a female DJ whose evening show mysteriously beams out of Idaho and into his ... Read more

Death Spiral

By James W. Nichol

Nominated for the Arthur Ellis Best Novel Award and shortlisted for the 2011 Evergreen Award. This complex, multi-layered thriller opens with a hero's welcome for the wounded Wilf McLauchlin, a celebrated WWII Canadian Spitfire fighter pilot. Almost immediately after his homecoming, ... Read more


By William Robertson

William Robertson writes with a quiet, unpretentious gait. He leads us through the beauty he finds within the simplicity of an honest life. His poems explore how his roles as father and grandfather allow him to share his love of the natural world, and his passions ignite especially ... Read more

Double Pregnant

By Natalie Meisner

Girl meets girl. Girl marries girl. They want to have babies … but they need a little help. Double Pregnant is author Natalie Meisner’s light-hearted, poignant and informative true story of two lesbians who want to have children. For a variety of reasons, one being that ... Read more

Glass Beads

By Dawn Dumont

These short stories interconnect the friendships of four First Nations people — Everett Kaiswatim, Nellie Gordon, Julie Papequash, and Nathan (Taz) Mosquito — as the collection evolves over two decades against the cultural, political, and historical backdrop of the 90s ... Read more

Greater Moncton Then & Now / Le Grand Moncton Hier et Aujourd'hui

Foreword by H. Reuben Cohen
Preface by Lourdes O'Reilly
Contributions by Ken MacLeod & Arthur Dobson

From a rambling Victorian town to a diverse cosmopolitan city that mixes art and commerce with an Acadian flair, Moncton has rebranded its image as an industrial, hub city into a thriving eclectic locale.

Greater Moncton Then and Now/Le Grand Moncton hier et aujourd'hui takes ... Read more