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  • The real made upby Stephen Brockwell

    ECW Press 2007; US$ 10.95

    From the moment we learn to speak we are always using other people?s words. the real made up improvises on this simple idea of imitation; mimicry becomes a kind of cadence for an interweaving of transcribed speech, ironic song, jarring randomization, post-colonial irony, and blatant theft. An incessant imitative dialogue shapes our neural and cultural... more...

  • Echo Gods and Silent Mountainsby Patrick Woodcock

    ECW Press 2012; US$ 13.95

    After two years spent in the Kurdish North of Iraq, Patrick Woodcock has returned with his eighth collection of poetry, Echo Gods and Silent Mountains.Resisting both summary gestures and grief tourism, these poems form a sustained poetic journal of both Woodcock?s own experiences and those of the Iraqis who befriended him, as it paints a picture of... more...

  • Sophie's Friend in Needby Norma Charles

    Dundurn 2004; US$ 5.99

    Its summer 1950, and for 11-year-old Sophie, Camp Latona promises bliss until she has to buddy up with a strange, unfriendly Jewish refugee girl named Ginette. more...

  • The Hungerby Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch

    Dundurn 2002; US$ 7.99

    Fifteen-year-old Paulas perfectionism drives everything from her marks to her body. A history project about Paulas grandmother reveals parallels with her own struggles. more...

  • Special Edwardby Eric Walters

    Orca Book Publishers 2009; US$ 7.99

    In an attempt to gain extra time for tests and lowered expectations from teachers, Edward fakes a special education designation. more...

  • Respiraby Pam Withers

    Orca Book Publishers 2010; US$ 7.99

    Beverly gets into serious trouble when her starvation diet interferes with her scuba diving. more...

  • The Illustrated Garden of the Mindby Mark F.T. Johnson; Diane Kuenzli

    Hillcrest Media Group, Inc. 2011; US$ 3.99

    In a poetic tour de force of ideal realism, the mysticism of the east and the pioneering spirit of the west meet in a timeless unified vision. With a broad scope of ideas touching on some of the most intriguing concepts of the day, the book is a wonderful visual, emotional and cerebral experience.Illustrated with beautiful paintings that reflect the... more...

  • Ghost Moonby John Wilson

    Orca Book Publishers 2011; US$ 9.99

    In the late 1870s, young Jim Doolen travels to New Mexico, where he befriends Bill Bonney and ends up in the middle of the Lincoln County War. more...

  • Leave of Absenceby Lucia Frangione

    Talonbooks 2013; US$ 17.95

    A fourteen-year-old Catholic high school student experiences increasingly erotic feelings towards her best friend. more...

  • Young Huntingby Martin Hunter

    ECW Press 2008; US$ 12.95

    Taking inspiration from John Glassco?s Memoirs of Montparnasse, Young Hunting is both a story of discovery and transformation. While Toronto changes around him, from a puritanical British colonial outpost to a mixing bowl filled with colourful cultural components, a young boy emerges from his middle class childhood to become a flamboyant adolescent... more...