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Carole Glasser Langille Rescheduled Launch at LaHave River Books

The first launch attempt at LaHave River Books was delayed due to Covid but April 2, from 4pm to 5 pm, Carole will be reading from her latest, Your Turn. Finally, a public event! If you happen to be in Nova Scotia…  

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Brianna Ferguson West Coast Launch

On February 3rd, at 6:30 Vancouver time, Brianna Ferguson will be reading from her debut Mansfield title A Nihilist Walks into a Bar. Her poetry is smart, sharp and funny and well worth a look. Brianna will be accompanied by musician Kirstina Klausmayer, and Kevin Chong will also read passages from his upcoming book, “The […]

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Nathaniel G. Moore on CBC

Nathaniel G. Moore has been digging in the trenches of Canlit for most of his life. As a novelist, poet, essayist and publicist, he has written freely and bravely as an artist without concern for developing the kind of profile a large multinational publisher might value. He is a champion of the small press community […]

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Bourque and Trussler Introduce New Work

On January 26th at 8 pm Jacqueline Bourque will introduce the world to her new book, Repointing the Bricks. She will be joined by Michael Trussler showing off his latest—Rare Sighting of a Guillotine on the Savannah. It’s a Zoom launch which means we can’t see you in person; on the bright side you can wear […]

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Jim Nason opens his Blue Suitcase January 9, 2pm

Please join Jim Nason and friends on Sunday, January 9 at 2pm Eastern Time (US and Canada) to celebrate his newest work, Blue Suitcase: Documentary Poetics. It’s a powerful and important book about a difficult subject. The reading will feature charles c smith, Alperen Yesil, Dru Gary, and Diego Jesus Rada Rojas. Here are the […]

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Carole Glasser Langille takes her turn

There is nothing quite like hearing a writer bring their work to life in their own voice, especially these days when public readings have become rare. If you happen to be in Nova Scotia on December 18 you can join Carole Glasser Langille to help celebrate “Your Turn,” her latest book from Mansfield. Hope to […]

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Mouthful of Bees

Mouthful of Bees

Shannon Quinn ISBN 9781771262712 $18.00 CDN/USA  90 pages Mouthful of Bees comes from Quinn’s own experience as someone who both provides and uses mental health and addiction services. The collection moves between personal, communal and mythical experiences of madness to obliterate the idea that recovery is a tidy or linear event. These pieces ask us […]

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Blue Suitcase — Documentary Poetics

Blue Suitcase — Documentary Poetics

Jim Nason ISBN 9781771262798 $18.00 CDN/USA  116 pages In his seventh poetry collection, poet and novelist Jim Nason, delves into the lives of the eight missing and murdered men from Toronto’s gay village in 2017. The disappearance of one man in particular, Selim Esen, compels Nason to search for a deeper understanding of the serial-killer […]

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Rare Sighting of a Guillotine on the Savannah

Michael Trussler ISBN 9781771262743 $18.00 CDN/USA  94 pages In Rare Sighting of a Guillotine on the Savannah, Michael Trussler engages with the beauty and violence manifested in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. The poems here blur online reality with Zen Buddhism (relating the Japanese female anthropomorph Hatsune Miku to Basho), and explore humanity’s changing relationship […]

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A Nihilist Walks Into A Bar

A Nihilist Walks Into A Bar

Brianna Ferguson ISBN 9781771262750 $18.00 CDN/USA  102 pages A Nihilist Walks Into A Bar is the frustrated, fierce, and funny first book of a woman for whom all the old expectations of life have fallen apart. Railing against careers, religion, sex, drinking, and all the usual signposts on the road to self-fulfillment, Ferguson strips away […]

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