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All the People Are Pregnant

"So what if I left language by the pier. Metaphor’s a raft," declares Andrew DuBois as he leads readers through a fractured past and present — from "slummy memories of … 80 View

Fauxccasional Poems

In Fauxccasional Poems, Daniel Scott Tysdal imagines himself into poetic voices not his own, writing to commemorate events that never occurred, for the posterity of alternative universes — … 98 View

Has The World Ended Yet?


In Has the World Ended Yet? we start with retired superheroes living in a soulless suburbia where everyone gets lost trying to get home. Then the angels start to fall from the sky. Is it … 312 View

Let the World Have You


The new collection from RBC/PEN Canada New Voices Award winner Mikko Harvey. Mikko Harvey’s new collection invites readers into a world that is and is not the world we know. In poems at … 96 View

Life on Mars

Long-Shortlisted, 2018 Relit Award (Short Story Category) Shortlisted, 2017 Danuta Gleed Literary Award A 49th Shelf Top Fiction Book of 2017 A middle-aged sportswriter gets a new lease on life … 296 View

Lost Animal Club

Winner of Best Book Cover at the 2017 Alberta Book Publishing Awards! In his debut story collection, Kevin A. Couture creates a world where the veneer of humanness stretches thin and often cracks … 168 View

Mother Goose Letters

The Mother Goose Letters comprises the annotated correspondence between Mother Goose and her cohorts in Britain concerning migration to the Canadian Prairies. The letters reveal both her attempts … 125 View

Night Watch

The Vet Suite

Full of humour and compassion, Night Watch collects three novellas that explore the lives of rural veterinarians. Wigmore’s vets struggle to stay awake during unending calving seasons, … 154 View

No One Knows About Us

Award-winning author Bridget Canning returns with an incisive and unsettling collection that considers what it means to be good—or to be a villain—in our relationships with others. No … 280 View

Nothing Could Be Further from the Truth


In stories both absurd and all-too-real, Christopher Evans paints a portrait of the uncanniness of modern life. The president of a holistic dog food company is haunted by a pop song from her … 248 View


The sixth and, on the surface, most innovative poetry collection from Scotiabank Giller Prize finalist Michael Crummey. Eclectic, unpredictable, and strange, Passengers follows Swedish poet Tomas … 128 View

Queer Little Nightmares

An Anthology of Monstrous Fiction and Poetry

The fiction and poetry of Queer Little Nightmares reimagines monsters old and new through a queer lens, subverting the horror gaze to celebrate ideas and identities canonically feared in monster … ; 215 View

Rank Songbirds

Leon Rooke’s Rank Songbirds delves into the drama and humour of love and desire, politics and the passing of time, celebrating humanity’s resilience and its inherent frailty. In Rank … 84 View

Send Me Into the Woods Alone

Essays on Motherhood

Dispatches from modern motherhood by a reluctant suburbanite Send Me Into The Woods Alone is an honest, heartfelt, and often hilarious collection of essays on the joys, struggles, and … 194 View

Soft Power

Lyrical yet shot through with experimental and political veins, the poems in Soft Power are engaged with both the here-and-now of a world on the brink and the hope of something better, a planet … 88 View

The Lightning of Possible Storms

Aleya’s world starts to unravel after a café customer leaves behind a collection of short stories. Surprised and disturbed to discover that the book has been dedicated to her, Aleya … 202 View