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Great Dog Stories

Great Dog Stories

Heartwarming Tales of Remarkable Dogs
by Roxanne Willems Snopek
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From small mixed-breed pets to devoted work partners performing life-saving duties, dogs are remarkable and versatile creatures, and they enrich our lives immeasurably. Roxanne Willems Snopek shares 11 moving stories that illustrate the bonds between exceptional dogs and their owners. A service dog named Zephyr changes the life of celebrated childr …

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The Discovery of Weather

The Discovery of Weather

Stephen Saxby, the tumultuous birth of weather forecasting, and Saxby's Gale of 1869
by Jerry Lockett
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In the mid-nineteenth century, the new science of weather forecasting was fraught with controversy on both sides of the Atlantic. In the United States, a bitter dispute about the nature of storms had raged for decades, and forecasting was hampered by turf wars then halted by the Civil War. Forecasters in England struggled with the scientific establ …

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Simply the Best

Simply the Best

Players on Performance
by Mike Johnston
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What makes players simply the best? That’s what coach Mike Johnston and former NHL great Ryan Walter set out to discover in Simply the Best: Players on Performance. The authors interviewed these top competitors to discover how they prepare to be the best in the world, how they lead a dressing room from the inside out, and how coaches best inspire …

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Addison Addley and the Things That Aren't There

Addison Addley and the Things That Aren't There

by Melody McMillian
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Grade: 4 to 7
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tagged : science & technology, self-esteem & self-reliance, school & education

Addison Addley hates math. He hates public speaking too. Actually, he hates anything that involves work, but he only has a couple of weeks to write and memorize his grade five speech. The problem is, he can’t think of a single topic. When he finally comes up with an excellent idea for a speech, it almost writes itself, but it's his poor math skil …

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Nobody Knows

Nobody Knows

by Shelley Tanaka
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Reading age: 10 to 18
tagged : homelessness & poverty, media tie-in, siblings

It's autumn in Tokyo, and twelve-year-old Akira and his younger siblings, Kyoko, Shige and little Yuki, have just moved into a new apartment with their mother. Akira hopes it's a new start for all of them, even though the little ones are not allowed to leave the apartment or make any noise, since the landlord doesn't permit young children in the bu …

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Whisky Wars of the Canadian West

Whisky Wars of the Canadian West

by Rich Mole
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In 1874, the newly formed North West Mounted Police marched west to shut down unscrupulous liquor traders who had devastated the lives of many First Nations people. The Mounties' famous trek heralded over 50 years of "whisky wars" in the Canadian West. Author Rich Mole traces the turbulent history of alcohol, temperance movements and prohibition be …

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War on Our Doorstep

War on Our Doorstep

The Unknown Campaign on North America's West Coast
by Brendan Coyle
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In June 1942, Japanese troops occupied the Aleutian islands of Attu and Kiska in Alaska, the first enemy occupation of US territory since the War of 1812. For the next year a bloody conflict raged that was nearly invisible to most North Americans as Canadian and American soldiers, airmen and sailors went north to hold the Japanese in check.

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Above the Falls

Above the Falls

by John Harris
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In May 1936, George Dalziel flew far up the Nahanni River to check on Bill Eppler and Joe Mulholland, who were working one of his traplines. He found their cabin burned to the ground and no sign of them anywhere. What had happened to the healthy young men? Had there been an accident, or was a killer on the loose?

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Jack Whyte

Jack Whyte

Forty Years in Canada
by Jack Whyte
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Best known for his original series of Arthurian novels, A Dream of Eagles (called The Camulod Chronicles in the US), and his Knights Templar trilogy, Jack Whyte has authored 10 international bestsellers in the past 15 years. Jack's imagination and his passion for observing human nature shine through in both his prose and his verse in this uniquely …

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The Mad Trapper

The Mad Trapper

Unearthing a Mystery
by Barbara Smith
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When Albert Johnson, the Mad Trapper of Rat River, was gunned down in February 1932, he went to his death without anyone knowing who he really was—most people believed the name "Albert Johnson" was an alias. He'd eluded a well-organized, well-equipped posse for seven weeks, surviving solely on wits and determination in the bitter cold of a Canadi …

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Any Pet Will Do

Any Pet Will Do

by Nancy Shouse
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Grade: 4 to 7
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tagged : pets, humorous stories, business, careers, occupations

Jeremy longs for a pet, but he doesn't know what kind of pet to get. When his parents agree that he can start a pet-sitting business in order to try out a variety of species, Jeremy has no idea what adventures are in store for him. Pet after pet is eliminated from his "To Get" list. In the end, not a single animal seems suited -- until a favorite r …

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Buckaroos and Mud Pups

Buckaroos and Mud Pups

The Early Days of Ranching in British Columbia
by Ken Mather
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Remarkable cattle drives, famous ranches and legendary characters are at the heart of Ken Mather's account of the early days of ranching in British Columbia. These are stories about drovers, ranchers, cowboys and "mud pups" (the remittance men of the ranching industry). You'll meet such people as:

  • the flamboyant Harper brothers, drovers who went …
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Kilts on the Coast

Kilts on the Coast

The Scots Who Built BC
by Jan Peterson
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When the Hudson's Bay Company decided to establish its new Pacific coast headquarters at Fort Victoria on Vancouver Island in 1843, the Island was a pristine paradise—or an isolated wilderness, depending on one's point of view—that had sustained its First Nations inhabitants for millennia. It was one of the last places to be discovered and sett …

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Shelter From the Storm

Shelter From the Storm

A Sailor's Life of Havens, High Seas, and Discovery
by June Cameron
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Buying Saffron, a 24-foot racing sailboat, was an act of desperation meant to help single parent June Cameron and her youngest son validate themselves. It did that and more. A friend persuaded June to race the boat, and over the next decade June, either solo or with her all-female crew, competed in BC's major sailing races, taking home a lot of the …

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The Glittering Mountains of Canada

The Glittering Mountains of Canada

A Record of Exploration and Pioneer Ascents in the Canadian Rockies, 1914-1924
by J. Monroe Thorington, foreword by Robert William Sandford
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"This then is a book of mountaineering, not presenting the Canadian Rockies in their entirety — no single volume will ever do that — but including many of the finest things. It is also a book of mountain travel, under conditions such as perhaps the European traveller experienced in the Alps during the Eighteenth Century. Finally, it is a book o …

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Okanagan Odyssey

Okanagan Odyssey

Journeys through Terrain, Terroir and Culture
by Don Gayton
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Okanagan Odyssey is a quirky and lyrical examination of British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley. Sticking to the backroads and byways, Gayton gently pokes and prods local ecosystems, histories, vineyards and people. From Osoyoos in the south to Armstrong at the head of the Valley, the author revels in the biological and social diversity while sampling …

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The Romeo Initiative

The Romeo Initiative

by Trina Davies
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Single men are hard to come by in 1970s West Germany. So when Karin Maynard, a government secretary, meets the handsome Markus Richter, a single man who pursues her, she can hardly believe her luck. But with Markus continually away on business, thoughts of infidelity begin to consume Karin. Is her insecurity unwarranted, or is she onto something? B …

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who knew grannie

who knew grannie

a dub aria
by ahdri zhina mandiela
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Four cousins return to Jamaica in remembrance of the woman who raised them all. A lyrically powerful new play in dub by ahdri zhina mandiela.

In this lyrical masterpiece, four cousins reunite in Jamaica to mourn the passing of their grandmother and to celebrate the times they shared together. There's vilma, an up-and-coming politician; kris, a celeb …

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The Mill

The Mill

created by Daryl Cloran, by Matthew MacFadzean; Hannah Moscovitch; Tara Beagan & Damien Atkins
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It's 1854 at the start of Now We Are Brody. The mill is boarded up as the townsfolk attempt to bury a dark shame from their past, but the arrival of a young woman with the deed to the mill threatens to unearth its secret. In The Huron Bride it is 1834 and Hazel Sheehan has braved the perilous journey across the Atlantic to work as a hired hand at h …

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Unruly Penelopes and the Ghosts

Unruly Penelopes and the Ghosts

Narratives of English Canada
edited by Eva Darias-Beautell
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This collection of essays studies the cultural and literary contexts of narrative texts produced in English Canada over the last forty years. It takes as its starting point the nationalist movement of the 1960s and 70s, when the supposed absence or weakness of a national sense became the touchstone for official discourses on the cultural identity …

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The Hemingway Tradition

The Hemingway Tradition

by Kristen Butcher
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tagged : suicide, parents, art

Shaw Sebring is sixteen and trying to understand his father’s suicide. Moving with his mother halfway across the country to distance themselves from the awful truth, Shaw lands in a new school and finds that the ghost of his father, a best-selling author, has followed him. Shaw tries to chart his own course, until circumstances force him to accep …

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Uncommon Beauty

Uncommon Beauty

Wildflowers and Flowering Shrubs of Southern Alberta and Southeastern BC
by Neil L. Jennings
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Uncommon Beauty explores the wildflowers and flowering shrubs of a large area including Jasper down to Cranston, over to Glacier National Park in Montana, and up to Lethbridge and Edmonton. Extensively researched by author and outdoors enthusiast Neil L. Jennings, this guide will inform and intrigue the reader, while also assisting with plant ident …

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The Pious Robber

The Pious Robber

by Harriet Richards
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Few writers have Harriet Richards’ understanding of childhood, and fewer still can evoke the never-lost child at the heart of our adult experience. Like her previous, critically-acclaimed books, this new collection is deft, comic, and poignant, but there is malice and tragedy at work in these stories — their gaiety and cool observation counterb …

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The Sometimes Lake

The Sometimes Lake

by Sandy Marie Bonny
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The stories in Sandy Bonny’s collection take place in settings from the Arctic Circle to Alberta’s badlands, and from the waters of the Georgia Straight to the grasslands of the prairies, and the characters that we meet in these places will be oddly familiar or perhaps familiarly odd. There are children who live in the magical territory between …

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Dibidalen

Dibidalen

by Seán Virgo
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A primitive story of transgression and transformation weaves its way through the centuries and cultures into the lives and conflicts and personal dramas of our own time. Seán Virgo traces its journey and the guises it takes on, reinventing itself as fable, fairy tale, ghost story, and fantasy — spellbinding entertainments that engage all the sam …

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Yukonstyle

Yukonstyle

by Sarah Berthiaume, translated by Nadine Desrochers
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Garin was two years old when his mother disappeared from a run-down East Vancouver neighbourhood. And now that the Robert Pickton trials are gaining national attention, Garin wonders if his mother, a First Nations woman, could be one of the unidentified victims. His ailing father isn't forthcoming with answers, and Garin's suspicions are at an all- …

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Someone Else

Someone Else

by Kristen Thomson
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Lately Cathy, a middle-aged comedian, has found very little to laugh about. Everything seems either tragic or frustrating, especially her eighteen-year marriage to Peter, a doctor at a local community clinic. Their list of complaints about one another grows day by day, and their teenage daughter is rarely anything but a handful. Despite a once soli …

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Armstrong's War

Armstrong's War

by Colleen Murphy
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After suffering a crippling injury during a tour of Afghanistan, Michael has returned home to a Canadian veteran's care facility. The last thing he wanted was to spend his time with a twelve-year-old girl, but Halley, a spirited, physically disabled Pathfinder, is eager to earn her volunteer badge. The pair is at odds from the start, but they find …

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Murder Over Dorval

Murder Over Dorval

by David Montrose
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By the author of The Crime on Cotes des Neiges, this is the second title in the Véhicule Press Ricochet series of hard-boiled detective novels set in Montreal. Originally published in 1952, Murder Over Dorval follows the investigations of hard-drinking, seasoned private dick, Russell Teed.

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In one hand she held a plane tick …

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White Biting Dog and Other Plays

White Biting Dog and Other Plays

by Judith Thompson
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This book collects some of Judith Thompson’s earlier, hard-to-find plays, including White Biting Dog, a poetic black comedy about a divorced lawyer who prepares to kill himself by jumping off the Bloor Street Viaduct—until he encounters a small dog who sets him on a different path; I Am Yours, a harrowing story about a group of characters on th …

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Citizens’ Hall

Citizens’ Hall

Making Local Democracy Work
by Andre Carrel
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Based on years of practical experience in small towns, Carrel argues for municipal autonomy—for turning what are now “colonies” of the federal and provincial orders of government into independent, mature, and fully democratic entities. For Carrel, the citizen is the sole legitimate source of political power, and the best tool for citizen empo …

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Some Extremely Boring Drives

Some Extremely Boring Drives

by Marguerite Pigeon
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From the multi-talented author of Inventory and Open Pit comes a new collection of short stories, filled with lost souls drifting through exotic locales, reinventing themselves on the fly.

Marguerite Pigeon’s gifts for quick characterization and muscular dialogue are on full display in this collection, where you will encounter competitors in an en …

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The Wild Rose Anthology of Alberta Prose

The Wild Rose Anthology of Alberta Prose

edited by George Melnyk; Tamara Seiler, contributions by Ninoxkyaio; Mary Schaffer; Fred Stenson; Monica Hopkins & Thomas King
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The first multi-genre historical anthology of Alberta writing since 1979, The Wild Rose Anthology of Alberta Prose collects twentieth-century short fiction, excerpts from novels, and non-fiction. This anthology explores what writers-past and present-can tell us about what it means to be Albertan-and Canadian. Each piece is preceded by an introducti …

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Roland Gissing

Roland Gissing

The Peoples' Painter
by Max Foran & Nonie Houlton
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The book begins with a description of the impression Canada made on Gissing upon his arrival in this country in 1913 at the age of 18. Gissing wanted to be a cowboy. He travelled from Alberta to California and back on horseback, sketching and painting as he went. Examples of this early work appear in the book. Gissing began selling his work and sup …

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Ask Now of the Days that are Past

Ask Now of the Days that are Past

by Eliezer Segal
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Written for a general audience, the essays collected here present refreshing and often humorous glimpses of various topics in Jewish history and traditional religious literature. Inspired by the diversity of Jewish thought, author and scholar Eliezer Segal sheds light on the social and political forces that have brought the Jewish community togethe …

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Portugal, 1001 Sights

Portugal, 1001 Sights

An Archaeological and Historical Guide
by James M. Anderson & M. Sheridan Lea
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This book is for the traveller/reader who wants to learn more about Portugal in its historical context. Use it as a field manual to see all you can of the ancient heritage and as a handy reference if you cannot visit the sites but wish to know more of what Portugal has to offer than can be found in other travel books.

This unique archaeological and …

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Filming Politics

Filming Politics

Communism and the Portrayal of the Working Class at the National Film Board of Canada, 1939-46
by Malek Khouri
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The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) was created in 1939 to produce, distribute, and promote Canadian cinema both domestically and abroad. During the early years of the NFB, its creative output was largely informed by the turbulent political and social climate the world was facing. World War II, Communism, unemployment, the role of labour unions …

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The Cowboy Legend

The Cowboy Legend

Owen Wister's Virginian and the Canadian-American Ranching Frontier
by John Jennings
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The cowboy, as perhaps no other figure, has captured the imagination of North Americans for over a century. Before Owen Wister's publication of The Virginian in 1902, the image of the cowboy was essentially that of the dime novel - a rough, violent, one-dimensional drifter, or the stage cowboy variety found in Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West show. Wi …

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[Sharps]

[Sharps]

by Stevie Howell
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Shortlisted for the Gerald Lampert Memorial Award

Emergencies, faith, truancy, and poverty intersect in this wry debut that volunteers a transfusion of the unpredictable for those who yearn to transition beyond a muralized Olive Garden world.

Stevie Howell's [Sharps] takes its cue from an Egyptian hieroglyph used interchangeably to represent "waters, …

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Lake of Two Mountains

Lake of Two Mountains

by Arleen Paré
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Lake of Two Mountains, Arleen Paré's second poetry collection, is a portrait of a lake, of a relationship to a lake, of a network of relationships around a lake. It maps, probes and applauds the riparian region of central Canadian geography that lies between the Ottawa and the St. Lawrence Rivers. The poems portray this territory, its contested hu …

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A Fit Month for Dying

A Fit Month for Dying

by M.T. Dohaney
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A Fit Month for Dying is the third book in M.T. Dohaney's highly praised trilogy about the women of Newfoundland's outports. Fans of The Corrigan Women and To Scatter Stones will embrace this book, while those reading the author for the first time will discover her characteristic bittersweet humour. Tess Corrigan seems to be living the good life. S …

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Bats or Swallows

Bats or Swallows

by Teri Vlassopoulos
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tagged : contemporary women, short stories (single author), literary

Shortlisted for the Danuta Gleed Literary Award

The innocence and clarity of Teri Vlassopoulos’s narrative voice reveals new and unexpected layers. The characters in these stories look for signs and omens as they attempt to understand events in their lives by framing them in abstract superstitions. The stories in Bats and Swallows are sharp, accur …

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Ghost Pine: All Stories True

Ghost Pine: All Stories True

by Jeff Miller
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tagged : personal memoirs, literary, essays & travelogues

Ghost Pine: All Stories True offers thirteen years worth of sparkling true stories from the life of author Jeff Miller, compiling the best of his long-running zine. From his youth in suburban Ottawa in the late 1990s, to travels across Canada and North America and his current home in Montreal, Miller’s stories are equal measures funny and sad, no …

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In a Mist

In a Mist

by Devon Code
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In a Mist explores longing, loss and isolation. This debut collection of short stories examines the lives of socially isolated individuals with obsessive interests and desires. These lonely protagonists find solace in emotionally evocative forms of cultural expression such as early jazz, classic cinema and renaissance motets. The transcendent poten …

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Transits

Transits

Stories from In-Between
by Jaime Forsythe
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tagged : urban life, literary, anthologies (multiple authors)

Ten emerging Canadian writers explore pace and place in stories where movement is central. Transits is about people who are mobile and things which are transient, (im)migrating, running away, coming home, waiting.

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The Art of Trespassing

The Art of Trespassing

by Anna Leventhal
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Grade: 12
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Contributors explore the urban systems and structures that frame our everyday lives. The Art of Trespassing imagines networks, neighbourhoods, and relationships, exposing them as both confining and liberating.

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Deathbed Dimes

Deathbed Dimes

by Zener, Naomi Elana
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Deathbed Dimes exposes the reality that if you can outlive your relatives, friends, and sometimes even strangers, your odds of hitting the inheritance jackpot are better than playing the lottery.

Joely Zeller is a beautiful and ambitious 32-year-old attorney who is the only daughter of a Hollywood film royal. She’s determined to build a successful …

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Sugar-Puss on Dorchester Street

Sugar-Puss on Dorchester Street

by Al Palmer
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One of the earliest Canadian noir novels, Sugar-Puss on Dorchester Street tells the story of Gisele Lepine, beautiful farmer’s daughter who leaves her sleepy faming community for the neon lights of Montreal. In the fast-paced city, dreams quickly turn to nightmares as the young ‘farmette’ finds herself surrounded by drug-dealers, newspapermen …

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Out of Cleveland

Out of Cleveland

by Lolette Kuby
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The women in the stories in Out of Cleveland face their challenges with an uncommon blend of intelligence, scepticism, and hope. Each story shows the entanglement of cause and effect, creating a memorable collection of unique voices.

In "Ninety East" a t

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Theseus

Theseus

A Collaboration
by bp Nichol & Wayne Clifford
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The value of Theseus is as much about its pedigree as the writing itself. The collaboration for this new book began in the autumn of 1966. bpNichol and Wayne Clifford had worked together early in their literary careers; in fact, Clifford had been the editor of Nichol's first trade book, published with Coach House Press. To begin, Nichol had also wa …

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