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Wild Apples

Wild Apples

Field Notes from a River Farm
by Wayne Curtis
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There is a dreamlike quality to many of the stories in this new collection from Wayne Curtis. In Wild Apples, he returns to familiar themes of love and longing, and the push-pull emotions which inevitably accompany any attempt to break free of the ties that bind. Simple pleasures abound in these evocative stories, be it fishing on the river, gather …

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A Crowbar in the Buddhist Garden

A Crowbar in the Buddhist Garden

by Stephen Reid
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Stephen Reid has grown old in prison and seen more than his share of its solitude, its vicious cycles, and its subculture relationships. He has participated in the economics of contraband, the incredible escapes, the intimacies of torture, the miscarriages of justice, and witnessed the innocent souls whose childhood destinies doomed them to prison …

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You're In Canada Now . . .

You're In Canada Now . . .

A Memoir of Sorts
by Susan Musgrave
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Evocative and superbly rakish, these essays are a generous diagnosis of the often offbeat worlds of family, writing, travel, sex and death as interpreted through the real life adventures of Susan Musgrave. Equally at home recounting the lore of her outlaw husband Stephen Reid, or interpreting the arcane rituals of her teenage girls, Musgrave brings …

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Whose Streets”

Whose Streets”

The Toronto G20 and the Challenges of Summit Protest
edited by Tom Malleson & David Wachsmuth
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In June 2010 activists opposing the G20 meeting held in Toronto were greeted with arbitrary state violence on a scale never before seen in Canada. Whose Streets? is a combination of testimonials from the front lines and analyses of the broader context, an account that both reflects critically on what occurred in Toronto and looks ahead to further b …

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The Crow Who Tampered With Time

The Crow Who Tampered With Time

by Lloyd Ratzlaff
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The Crow Who Tampered With Time blossoms with essays that find radiance and coherence in a world (both natural and human) which formal religious dogma has forgotten. A visionary humility, and an original, engaging voice make these essays and recollections both accessible and wonder-filled. It begins with Vernon Leo Kuhn "who lived in this world for …

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Catastrophism

Catastrophism

The Apocalyptic Politics of Collapse and Rebirth
by Sasha Lilley; David McNally; Eddie Yuen & James Davis
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Our world is reeling from dire economic crises and ecological disasters. Visions of the apocalypse and impending doom abound. Governments warn that no alternative exists to taking the bitter medicine they prescribe.

Catastrophism explores the politics of apocalypse–on the left and right, in the environmental movement, and from capital and the sta …

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Dialogues on Cultural Studies

Dialogues on Cultural Studies

Interviews with Contemporary Critics
edited by Shaobo Xie, contributions by Teresa Ebert; Barbara Foley; Fredric Jameson; Pamela McCallum; J. Hillis Miller; Masao Miyoshi; Bruce Robbins; John Carlos Rowe; Henry Schwarz; Richard Terdiman & Hayden White
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How should the project of cultural studies change for the twenty-first century? Does theory have general application? How should we evaluate revolutions? How should we define countries, like China, on the margins of modernity and post-modernity? Is a neo-Orientalism emerging in today's world?

These are questions Shaobo Xie and Wang Fengzhen ask a pa …

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The River of History

The River of History

Trans-national and Trans-disciplinary Perspectives on the Immanence of the Past
contributions by Peter Farrugia; Robert Wright; Leo Groarke; John McLaren; Nancy E. Wright; A.R. Buck; John S. Hill; Jeffrey Scott Brown; Carol B. Duncan; James Gerrie; M. Carleton Simpson & Stephen F. Haller
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Does history matter any more? In an era when both the past and memory seem to be sources of considerable interest and, frequently, lively debate, has the academic discipline of history ceased to offer the connection between past and present experience that it was originally intended to provide? In short, has History become a bridge to nowhere, a st …

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Hidden Lives

Hidden Lives

True Stories from People Who Live with Mental Illness
edited by Lenore Rowntree & Andrew Boden, foreword by Gabor Maté, MD
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A revised and updated edition of a collection of personal essays that illuminate what life is like for those who live with mental illness, and how it impacts their family members.

More than 4 million Canadians and 57 million Americans suffer from a diagnosable mental illness, and yet there are still considerable stigmas and a great deal of misunders …

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Food & Trembling

Food & Trembling

by Jonah Campbell
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What hidden evasions and exclusions lie behind the subtle perfection of the BLT? What is the etymology of the croissant? Why did we drink all that Bud Lite Lime? What did you do to my face? This collection of writing by Jonah Campbell-metalhead, misanthrope, unrepentant good eater-explores both the finest and most furtive of culinary pleasures. Foo …

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The Hermes Complex

The Hermes Complex

Philosophical Reflections on Translation
by Charles Le Blanc, translated by Barbara Folkart
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When Hermes handed over to Apollo his finest invention, the lyre, in exchange for promotion to the status of messenger of the gods, he relinquished the creativity that gave life to his words.
The trade-off proved frustrating: Hermes chafed under the obligation to deliver the ideas and words of others and resorted to all manner of ruses in order to …

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Home and Away

Home and Away

More Tales of a Heritage Farm
by Anny Scoones
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In her best-selling first book, Home: Tales of a Heritage Farm (2005), Anny Scoones introduced readers to historic Glamorgan Farm. In Home and Away, Anny presents more stories about the joys and sorrows, excitements and mishaps and also takes readers farther afield, sharing with them her travels to other parts of Canada, to New York and to such pla …

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Roman Spaces

Roman Spaces

Essays Around an Empire
by Morse, Eric S.
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It has been fashionable to view the Classical past as a thing dead and frozen, scarcely accessible and certainly of no relevance to current international affairs. It has also been fashionable to over-sensationalize the past, and draw conclusions that are hard to justify in the light of the available evidence. The essays in this book explore aspects …

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In the Flesh

In the Flesh

Twenty Writers Explore the Body
edited by Lynne Van Luven & Kathy Page
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Living is a process of continuous transformation: we have been embryos, children, adolescents, thin, fat, sick, better again. And as humans, we are always at odds with at least one part of our bodies. Have we inherited the family nose? Is there nothing to be done for our finicky stomach or our limp hair?

In the Flesh is an intelligent, witty, and pr …

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Humans 3.0

Humans 3.0

The Upgrading of the Species
by Peter Nowak
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Life for early humans wasn't easy. They may have been able to walk on two feet and create tools 4 million years ago, but they couldn't remember or communicate. Fortunately, people got smarter, and things got better. They remembered on-the-spot solutions and shared the valuable information of their experiences. Clubs became swords, caves became huts …

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The Carefree Garden

The Carefree Garden

Letting Nature Play Her Part
by Bill Terry
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What happens when a lifelong gardener finally realizes that he must collaborate with Mother Nature rather than work against her in order to achieve his dream of creating the perfect garden? In this delightful and thoughtful narrative journey of horticultural discovery, Bill Terry asks how and even why we garden, and to what end?

These are personal …

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The Dog on the Bed

The Dog on the Bed

A Canine Alphabet
by Richard Teleky
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Is it surprising that a man with a lifelong affinity for dogs would have been born in the Chinese astrological Year of the Dog? Richard Telekey claims that it is not, and his resulting affection for dogs has led him to years of association with them, including not just dog ownership and friendships with other dog-lovers, but a fondness for reading …

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Somebody's Child

Somebody's Child

Stories About Adoption
by Bruce Gillespie & Lynne Van Luven
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Universal stories of longing and belonging.

Our quest for origin and, by extension, identity is universal to the human experience. For the twenty-five contributors to Somebody’s Child, the topic of adoption is not—and perhaps never can be—a neutral issue. With unique courage, each of them discusses their experience of the adoption process. Som …

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Buffalo Girl Cooks Bison

Buffalo Girl Cooks Bison

by Jennifer Bain
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More than 100 wildly delicious recipes that use North America’s original red meat, from bison rancher and award-winning food writer Jennifer Bain.

Buffalo Girl Cooks Bison is the first comprehensive contemporary bison cookbook for a general North American market. With more than 100 well-tested, delectable recipes, Bain ensures that you’ll have p …

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Global Chorus

Global Chorus

365 Voices on the Future of the Planet
edited by Todd MacLean
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Global Chorus is a remarkable, illustrated collection of 365 daily meditations around some very large and increasingly crucial themes:

“Do you think that humanity can “nd a way past the current global environmental and social crises? Will we be able to create the conditions necessary for our own survival as well as that of other species on the p …

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Moon and Sun

Moon and Sun

Essays on Nature
edited by Allan Forrie
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Canada is a vast country defined by its untamed wilderness, diverse ecologies, and natural beauty. It is a country associated with nature and exploration on the most fundamental level, whose people each have a story to tell of their experiences with the landscape. With Moon and Sun: Essays on Nature, Thistledown Press brings readers a series of int …

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Of Earthly and River Things

Of Earthly and River Things

An Angler's Memoir
by Wayne Curtis
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"One could do worse than to grow up on a river." In his new collection of essays, Wayne Curtis voyages back through the tributaries of his past, throwing a pastoral net over the backwaters of his childhood to ensnare the sepia-tinged moments of love, loss, and life lessons he gleaned through his rise to maturity on the waterways of New Brunswick. A …

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Butter Cream

Butter Cream

A Year in a Montreal Pastry School
by Denise Roig
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What happens when a 56-year-old fiction writer decides to ditch it all and attend professional pastry chef school for a year? In writing that brings to mind the work of journalist/chef Michael Ruhlman, Butter Cream: A Year in a Montreal Pastry School tells the story of eleven months of whipping, spreading and creaming in the pursuit of perfection. …

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The Light Through the Trees

The Light Through the Trees

Reflections on Land and Farming
by Luanne Armstrong
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The Light Through the Trees is a remarkable and deeply wise reflection on land, farming, a sense of place, connecting with nature and what it means to live on this earth. As a third-generation farmer, the author’s roots go deep into the land but her work also captures her thoughts on such current issues as the environment, environmental identity …

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The Real Food Solution

The Real Food Solution

Achieve your weight and wellness goals, increase your energy and give your family delicious real food!
by Wendy McCallum
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Food coach and nutrition educator Wendy McCallum has worked with many families to find successful strategies for clean eating, featuring affordable real food that everyone enjoys. This approach leads to gradual weight loss -- that stays off -- and increased energy, all while eating healthier, tastier meals.

There's no shortage of popular approaches …

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Politics and Literature at the Turn of the Millennium

Politics and Literature at the Turn of the Millennium

by Michael Keren
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Politics and Literature shows how important insights about genocide, poverty, state violence, world terrorism, the clash of civilizations, and other phenomena haunting the world at the turn of the millennium can be derived from contemporary novels. Keren demonstrates ways in which fictional literature can provide new perspectives on the complexitie …

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The West and Beyond

The West and Beyond

New Perspectives on an Imagined Region
edited by Alvin Finkel; Sarah Carter & Peter Fortna
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The West and Beyond explores the state of Western Canadian history, showcasing the research interests of a new generation of scholars while charting new directions for the future and stimulating further interrogation of our past. This dynamic collection encourages dialogue among generations of historians of the West, and among practitioners of dive …

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Born Out of This

Born Out of This

by Christine Lowther
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Born Out of This follows Christine Lowther’s journey from the unutterable loss of her mother to the discovery of her own poetic voice through deep reflection and her intimate connection to the coastal rainforest. She looks back on her mother’s poetry and activism. She recalls the day the police arrested her father, and the indifferent beauty su …

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Bindy's Moon

Bindy's Moon

by Lloyd Ratzlaff
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In a series of reflections focused on his hard-working Mennonite family and touching on childhood exploits from shoplifting and go-kart racing to the fear of dying (which arises during the rehearsal for a school Christmas concert), Lloyd Ratzlaff takes readers on a journey from youth to philosophical maturity. Combining elegy and joyful nostalgia i …

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The Eye in the Thicket

The Eye in the Thicket

edited by Seán Virgo
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The essays in this inaugural volume were commissioned from a number of outstanding writers (many of them national prize winners). Some are professional naturalists, others are poets, filmmakers, dancers, philosophers, activists. All write with passion, originality and humour about the natural world, our place within it, and our impact upon it. The …

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Ground-Truthing

Ground-Truthing

Reimagining the Indigenous Rainforests of BC's North Coast
by Derrick Stacey Denholm
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Derrick Stacey Denholm has spent twenty-five years as a forestry field worker, planting trees, marking cutblock boundaries and timber-cruising. In Ground-Truthing, he combines this experience with his perspective as a poet and artist to guide us through the tangle of social, ecological and economic slash piles that dominate BC’s North Coast. Scie …

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Backwater Mystic Blues

Backwater Mystic Blues

by Lloyd Ratzlaff
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Backwater Mystic Blues is a suite of intimate essays that summon the secret hiding spots, makeshift rafts and uncomplicated childhood joys that lay the foundations for adult philosophy. Lloyd Ratzlaff is in tune with the vivid simplicities of the sensuous world and the honour of unassuming people. These essays assemble the disguises shaped by relig …

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Avatar and Nature Spirituality

Avatar and Nature Spirituality

edited by Bron Taylor
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Avatar and Nature Spirituality explores the cultural and religious significance of James Cameron's film Avatar (2010), one of the most commercially successful motion pictures of all time. Its success was due in no small measure to the beauty of the Pandora landscape and the dramatic, heart-wrenching plight of its nature-venerating inhabitants. To s …

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Afflictions & Departures

Afflictions & Departures

by Madeline Sonik
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Afflictions & Departures is a collection of first-person experiential essays by writer and academic Madeline Sonik. Although Sonik explores some of the salient personal experiences of her young life, the essays in Afflictions & Departures are not traditional memoir. In addition to incidents and feelings recaptured from memory, Sonik seeks out conne …

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The Politics of the Pantry

The Politics of the Pantry

Stories, Food, and Social Change
by Michael Mikulak
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"What's for dinner?" has always been a complicated question. The locavore movement has politicized food and challenged us to rethink the answer in new and radical ways.

These days, questions about where our food comes from have moved beyond 100-mile-dieters into the mainstream. Celebrity chefs Jamie Oliver and Alice Waters, alternative food gurus su …

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The Edge of the Precipice

The Edge of the Precipice

Why Read Literature in the Digital Age?
edited by Paul Socken
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Can a case be made for reading literature in the digital age? Does literature still matter in this era of instant information? Is it even possible to advocate for serious, sustained reading with all manner of social media distracting us, fragmenting our concentration, and demanding short, rapid communication?

In The Edge of the Precipice, Paul Socke …

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Mnemonic

Mnemonic

A Book of Trees
by Theresa Kishkan
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Shortlisted, Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Award

Warm, imaginative, and thoroughly original, this memoir intertwines the mysteries of trees with the defining moments in the life of novelist and essayist Theresa Kishkan. For Kishkan, trees are memory markers of life, and in this book she explores the presence of trees in nature, in culture and in her pers …

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Phantom Limb

Phantom Limb

by Theresa Kishkan
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Every now and then, readers find themselves fortunate enough to come across a writer whose work fits their lifestyle and belief systems so well that the relationship between writer and reader seems familial. Though geographically estranged, perhaps, it’s as if both author and reader hail from the same town, studied under the same teacher, and spe …

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Educating for Creativity

Educating for Creativity

A Global Conversation
edited by Robert Kelly
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Bringing creativity into mainstream educational practice has become a mantra among educators. But what does creative practice in education really look like? Take a journey around the globe with educator and artist Robert Kelly to witness innovative creative practice in action, with examples from early childhood to post-secondary levels.

Through sto …

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A Green Reef

A Green Reef

The Impact of Climate Change
by Stephen Henighan
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In spite of its disturbing implications, the impact of climate change on our physical environment can be difficult for us to understand or imagine. Moving from a memoir of a journey through an abundant yet fragile natural world to the daunting scientific evidence that climate change will lead to the degradation of nature and upheaval within society …

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How to Expect What You're Not Expecting

How to Expect What You're Not Expecting

Stories of Pregnancy, Parenthood, and Loss
edited by Jessica Hiemstra & Lisa Martin-Demoor, foreword by Kim Jernigan
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Winner of a 2015 Independent Publisher Book Awards Bronze Medal

One size fits all does not apply to pregnancy and childbirth. Each one is different, unique, and comes with its share of pleasure and pain. But how does one prepare for an unexpected loss of a pregnancy or hoped-for baby? In How to Expect What You’re Not Expecting, writers share their …

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A Personal Calligraphy

A Personal Calligraphy

by Mary Pratt
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Winner of the Newfoundland and Labrador Writers' Association Prize for Non-Fiction

Mary Pratt is famous throughout Canada for her luminous paintings and prints. Her 1995 exhibition, The Art of Mary Pratt: The Substance of Light, drew record-breaking crowds on its tour of Canada. It also resulted in an unprecedented amount of press coverage on the bi …

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We Have Impact

We Have Impact

by Brian Boigon
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We Have Impact is a collection of short essays on design and society. The book was conceived as an exercise in both thinking and framing design into a poetic system of language and verse. The contents and its aggressive periodicity are braided into a single written design project. We Have Impact addresses how the problem of design itself has been o …

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Failures and Fiascos

Failures and Fiascos

by Dan Soucoup
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Do you remember the invasion of Newfoundland’s hydroponic cucumber? How about New Brunswick’s ill-fated space-age sports car? In this dynamic collection, Dan Soucoup follows the money trail up the political ladder to deliver the dirt on the most devastating failed business ventures, political scandals, and industry fiascos in Atlantic Canadian …

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Hiding Places

Hiding Places

by Timothy Brownlow
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These essays are forays into what Wordsworth called the "hiding places" of the creative impulse. Sometimes in aphoristic form, this selection of meditations on the arts of poetry and teaching functions as an indirect self-portrait and probes the poet’s Irish heritage. For Brownlow, there is a fruitful tension between scholarship and poetry; too o …

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My Life as a Dame

My Life as a Dame

The Personal and Political Writings of Christina McCall
edited by Stephen Clarkson, by Christina McCall
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In February 1956, a remarkable young woman named Christina McCall began her working life as an editorial secretary at Maclean's magazine. It was a legendary time there, when the likes of Pierre Berton, Robert Fulford, June Callwood, Peter Gzowski, and Peter C. Newman graced the magazine's pages. McCall would come to join that illustrious group, and …

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Dancing On Our Turtle's Back

Dancing On Our Turtle's Back

Stories of Nishnaabeg Re-Creation, Resurgence, and a New Emergence
by Leanne Betasamosake Simpson
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Many promote Reconciliation as a “new” way for Canada to relate to Indigenous Peoples. In Dancing on Our Turtle’s Back: Stories of Nishnaabeg Re-Creation, Resurgence, and a New Emergence activist, editor, and educator Leanne Betasamosake Simpson asserts reconciliation must be grounded in political resurgence and must support the regeneration …

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In This Together

In This Together

Fifteen Stories of Truth and Reconciliation
edited by Danielle Metcalfe-Chenail
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What is real reconciliation? This collection of essays from both Indigenous and non-Indigenous contributors from across Canada welcomes readers into a timely, healing conversation—one we've longed for but, before now, have had a hard time approaching.

These reflective and personal pieces come from journalists, writers, academics, visual artists, f …

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A Family by Any Other Name

A Family by Any Other Name

Exploring Queer Relationships
by Bruce Gillespie
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Finalist for a Lambda Literary Award for best LGBT Anthology
Winner of a 2015 Silver Independent Publisher Book Award

At no other time in history have lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered (LGBT) relationships and families been more visible or numerous. A Family by Any Other Name recognizes and celebrates this advance by exploring what “family …

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Post-Communist Stories

Post-Communist Stories

About Cities, Politics, Desires
by Stan Persky
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In the midst of the sweep of history, it’s easy to anticipate that the events of twenty-five years ago might soon be lost to memory. We might forget why any of it mattered. In such conditions, it’s the responsibility of those of us who, among other things, write for the record, to use the occasion of a significant anniversary to ensure there a …

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