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Canadian literature

  • Awful Gesturesby Adrienne Weiss

    Insomniac Press 2002; US$ 7.95

    Wallace Stevens' torrid words serve as both epigraph and incantation for Adrienne Weiss's powerful debut collection. Like Stevens, the poet acts as an intuitive observer and an almost violently acute mystic throughout these extravagant poems. more...

  • Balance Actby Ken Cormier

    Insomniac Press 2002; US$ 9.99

    Balance Act is Ken Cormier's first published collection of prose and poetry. Ranging in mood from all-out hilarity to heart-stopping melancholy, Balance Act utilizes a consistent thread of music and rhythm to propel its language. Cormier's extensive background in percussion informs his writing at every level of the process. Simply put, Cormier brings... more...

  • Beneath the Beautyby Phlip Arima

    Insomniac Press 1996; US$ 9.95

    Beneath the Beauty is Philip Arima's first collection of poetry. His work is gritty and rhythmic, passionate and uncompromising. His writing reveals themes like love, life on the street and addiction. Arima has a terrifying clarity of vision in his portrayal of contemporary life. Despite the cruelties inflicted and endured by his characters, he is... more...

  • Blobby Frieda Wishinsky

    Orca Book Publishers 2010; US$ 7.99

    Eve is overweight, and her self-image is suffering until she joins a mentoring program and learns to accept herself the way she is. more...

  • Brave New Avant Gardeby Marc James Leger

    John Hunt Publishing 2012; US$ 9.99

    Brave New Avant Garde is a collection of essays that ask the questions: what is an adequate model of contemporary avant garde practice and what are its theoretical premises? With this it asks the related question, echoing Alain Badiou: must the avant garde hypothesis be abandoned? Brave New Avant Garde stands in opposition to postmodern... more...

  • The Cambridge Introduction to Margaret Atwoodby Heidi Slettedahl Macpherson

    Cambridge University Press 2010; US$ 18.00

    An engaging overview for students and readers of Atwood's life, works, contexts and reception. more...

  • Charlotte's Vowby Marion Woodson

    Dundurn 2006; US$ 5.95

    In 1912, 15-year-old Charlotte takes a job in a Vancouver Island dynamite factory, braving her mothers disapproval for the chance to bring in some extra cash. more...

  • Clickety Clackby Joy S. McDiarmid

    Dundurn 2010; US$ 9.99

    Clickety Clack is Joy McDiarmid's self- portrait of bipolar mental illness and one of the most ambiguous sexual identities imaginable for a woman coming of age in the 1950s. Amidst gender and sexuality confusion, this Winnipeg woman began to look for romantic love and sexual fulfillment: sometimes wanting to dress as a man, sometimes as a woman,... more...

  • Conversations with a Dead Manby Mark Abley

    D & M Publishers 2013; US$ 32.95

    As a poet and citizen deeply concerned by the Oka Crisis, the Idle No More protests, and Canada?s ongoing failure to resolve First Nations issues, Montreal author Mark Abley has long been haunted by the figure of Duncan Campbell Scott, known both as the architect of Canada?s most destructive Aboriginal policies and as one of the nation?s major poets.... more...

  • Creamsicle Stick Shivby John Stiles

    Insomniac Press 2006; US$ 9.95

    John Stiles' first collection of poetry, Scouts Are Cancelled, explored the dialect and the dilemmas of down-home life in Nova Scotia's rural Annapolis Valley. In his second collection, the poet expands his horizons. Chronicling his movements from Canada's east coast to Toronto's self-obsessed urban core, following his heart around the world to find... more...