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Goodbye Horses

Nathaniel G. Moore ISBN 978-1-77126-184-5 $17.00 CDN/USA 106 pages       My mind is threadbare on your subject, Lesbia, ruined by our ignoble encounters, the power of your devotion. I can’t wish you a good day, though you are good, and if you were not so, I’d still want you. In Goodbye Horses, Nathaniel […]

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Amusement Park of Constant Sorrow

Jason Heroux ISBN 978-1-77126-180-7 $17.00 CDN/USA 104 pages       In Jason Heroux’s disquieting third novel, Owen lives an enjoyable suburban life with his wife, Lila, until a knock at the door brings him face-to-face with a past he didn’t know he had. The sudden revelation forces him to reconsider where he’s from, what […]

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Wishipedia

Pier Giorgio Di Cicco ISBN 978-1-77126-172-2 $17.00 CDN/USA 120 pages       In 1982 Pier Giorgio Di Cicco entered a monastery and didn’t break publishing silence for fifteen years. In 2004 he was elected Poet Laureate of the City of Toronto and went on to become a renowned speaker on urban design and the […]

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The Unmooring

Adebe DeRango-Adem ISBN 978-1-77126-160-9 $17.00 CDN/USA 64 pages   In ways both forthright and nuanced, and with a nod to her African heritage, The Unmooring is a voyage into race and metaphysics, love and loss. Troubling the edges of identity and otherness, The Unmooring is a book that opens the floodgates of the self, revealing […]

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Nightlight for Children of Insomniacs

Shannon Quinn ISBN 978-1-77126-176-0 $17.00 CDN/USA 88 pages       Nightlight for Children of Insomniacs is a feminist collection of poetry that examines the legacies that echo through families. It is an investigation of how myth responds to trauma, of how we love, how we hurt and how we recover. This collection engages with […]

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Pizza Cultura

Mark Cirillo ISBN 978-1-77126-168-5 $30.00 CDN/USA 170 pages No one knows exactly how or when it happened. But someone in 18th century Naples took the common flatbread and topped it with a New World vegetable, the tomato. A few years later Raffaele Esposito, wanting to impress the queen, added mozzarella and basil and an Italian […]

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The Better Monsters

Puneet Dutt ISBN 978-1-77126-156-2 $17.00  $13.60 CDN/USA 68 pages 20 % off for the month of May to celebrate Puneet’s nomination for the Raymond Souster Award!   If a book can be a mirror, The Better Monsters reflects what we see in ourselves and in each other. Replete with compelling protagonists and cross-referencing multiple identities, […]

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Mechanics of a Gaze

Branka Petrovic ISBN 978-1-77126-152-4 $17.00 CDN/USA 110 pages Branka Petrovic’s sophisticated debut collection delves into the life and work of Austrian painter Gustav Klimt, exploring his muses, the male gaze, and the eroticized female body. The poems take as their starting point various objects from Klimt’s estate (photographs, paintings, sketches) and the 400 or so […]

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Walking

Nelson Ball ISBN 978-1-77126-164-7 $17.00 CDN/USA 120 pages   In his first full-length collection since winning the prestigious bpNichol Chapbook Award for Small Waterways, and since the release of the landmark Certain Details: The Poetry of Nelson Ball, our most astute observer of nature, people, and the manmade returns with a new book that continues […]

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Lemons

Kasia Jaronczyk ISBN 978-1-77126-140-1 $20.00 CDN/USA 134 pages In the linked stories of Kasia Jaronczyk’s Lemons, the lives of Basia and her family are seen through a kaleidoscopic lens that follows them over twenty years from communist Poland, to their new home in Canada, then back to Poland, to make sense of everything that has happened […]

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