Ontario Literature

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Devil in the Woods

D.A. Lockhart’s stunning and subversive fourth collection gives us the words, thoughts, and experiences of an Anishinaabe guy from Central Ontario and the manner in which he interacts with … 80 View

Don’t Honk Twice

A Prince Edward County Anthology

Prince Edward County is a place of stories—of farming equipment gone awry, Horn Trips, unruly vineyards, Meat Rolls, and more. These are the stories you’re likely to hear over a beer … ; 185 View

Hot Town and Other Stories

The small town is a haven in an unruly world. There is much reassurance in the familiar. Shirley at the post office knows everybody’s name. Bingo is every Wednesday night at the Legion. The … 196 View
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Is This Scary?

Poems

Pushing back against societal stigma, Is This Scary? unflinchingly addresses experiences of psychiatric institutionalization and suicidality, without either romanticizing or pathologizing them. … 88 View

Mobile

Mobile is an uncivil feminist reboot of Dennis Lee’s Civil Elegies and Other Poems; an urban lament about female citizenship and settler culpability; an homage to working and walking women … 121 View
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Nought

Nought, a new collection of poetry from Governor General’s Literary Award finalist Julie Joosten, explores the intersections of body, identity, and love. These poems, in all their passions, … 148 View
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Poetry Is Queer

Poetry is Queer is a kaleidoscope of sexual outlaws, gay icons, Sapphic poets, and great lovers—real and imagined—conjured like gateway drugs to a queer world. Claiming the word … 231 View

Ritual Lights

On "A Girl Like This Might Have Loved Glenn Gould": "The poem sits up at its greasy-spoon counter and recounts its tale, a kind of cryptic plain-speech, an inverted code, all the … 88 View

The Unpublished City

Volume I: Anthology

Curated by Dionne Brand, this anthology features the work of 18 emerging Toronto talents: 73 View

The Unpublished City

Volume II: The Lived City, The Imagined City

Co-edited by Phoebe Wang, Canisia Lubrin & Dionne Brand Orient yourself in the city with these nineteen works of creative non-fiction that offer a different, more multifarious wayfinding. In … ; ; 89 View

This Ramshackle Tabernacle

This Ramshackle Tabernacle is a collection of short stories set in and around the fictional villages of St. Lola and St. Olga in northeastern Ontario. Whether reflecting on the broken lives of … 216 View

Treaty#

A treaty is a contract. A treaty is enduring. A treaty is an act of faith. A treaty at its best is justice. It is a document and an undertaking. It is connected to place, people and self. It is … 112 View

Way Up

stories

In the thirteen stories that comprise Way Up, Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer’s canvas stretches from downtown Toronto to isolated farms, from the Canadian Shield to Nova Scotia and Europe, and even … 190 View
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From: Devil in the Woods

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Devil in the Woods: a Preface – Offering Prayer – Letter to Harrison from Camp White Pine at Grass Lake, ON – Letter to Davies from McKecks Tap & Grill in Haliburton, ON … 27 $2.70 Add
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Cliff Jumping

From: This Ramshackle Tabernacle

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This reading consists of a short story about members of a Methodist community in northeastern Ontario in the 1930s. 16 $1.60 Add
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Flâneuserie

From: Mobile

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FLÂNEUSERIE 1 $0.10 Add