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A Samurai's Pink House
poems by Sonia Saikaley

978-1-77133-381-8 | May 04, 2017 | $18.95

The poems in A Samurai’s Pink House are threaded with the transformation of the seasons from Matsuo Basho’s travels to a love affair between a kabuki cross-dresser and a lonely geisha and the struggles of women in ancient and modern-day Japan. The collection takes the reader on a journey through the fascinating culture of Japan with graceful and accessible language. A sensuous, powerful and beauti...

Flush: A Robin MacFarland Mystery
a novel by Sky Curtis

978-1-77133-373-3 | May 24, 2017 | $22.95

Robin MacFarland is a fifty-five-year-old widow who grapples entertainingly with aging, drinking, weight, loneliness, and career failure, all the while solving two murders. She is also a somewhat eccentric and highly intelligent journalist for the Home and Garden section of a Toronto paper. Although the novel is framed around an environmental plot about the theft of Canada’s fresh water, it hinges...

The Marzipan Fruit Basket
short fiction by Lucy E.M. Black

978-1-77133-377-1 | May 24, 2017 | $22.95

The stories in this collection are unifed by a sense of dislocation. In each of the pieces, there is an underlying element of disturbance and disharmony. Resolution threads its way through the narratives while the characters struggle to navigate conscious choices and come to terms with new realities. A perspective that views the complexity of life journeys as a manifestation of intentional decisio...

a novel by Ursula Pflug

978-1-77133-349-8 | May 24, 2017 | $19.95

Seventeen-year-old Camden splits her time between her father, a minor rock star, and her mom, a scruffy “hardware geek” who designs and implements temporary and sustainable power systems and satellite linkups for off-grid music and art festivals, tree-sits, and attends gatherings of alternative healers. Lark, Camden’s father, provides her with brand-name jeans, running shoes, and makeup, while her...

The Widow's Fire
a novel by Paul Butler

978-1-77133-405-1 | June 10, 2017 | $22.95

The Widow’s Fire explores the shadow side of Jane Austen's final novel Persuasion, disrupting its happy ending and throwing moral certainties off balance. We join the action close to the moment when Austen draws away for the last time and discretely gives an overview of the oncoming marriage between heroine Anne Elliot and Captain Wentworth. This, it transpires in The Widow’s Fire, is merely the b...

The Maternal Roots of the Gift Economy
edited by Genevieve Vaughan

978-1-77133-409-9 | June 10, 2017 | $39.95

The idea of a free gift economy has become important  in the movement for alternative economics, however the connection with women and especially with mothers has not been widely understood. The conference “The Maternal Roots of the Gift Economy,” held in Rome in 2015, brought together women and men from around the world to discuss this important issue.In a moment when the values of Patriarchy and...

Clara Awake
a novel by Melinda Vandenbeld Giles

978-1-77133-369-6 | June 14, 2017 | $22.95

Ever since anthropology PhD student Clara Lemont started researching the African-Brazilian religion of Odùn, her days and nights became filled with dreams of swirling figures of white, drum beats and yellow eyes haunting her in the darkness.  When Clara travels to Brazil to do fieldwork, she quickly finds herself immersed in a world of dark intrigue, political corruption, black magic and desire. T...

Under the Zaboca Tree
a novel by Glynis Guevara

978-1-77133-329-0 | June 14, 2017 | $19.95

At ten, Melody Sparks, better known as Baby Girl, is excited to move to the tropical island of Trinidad with her single-parent dad, but she silently longs for her mother, a woman she can’t recall ever meeting and doesn’t have a photo of. She fits in to her new life in Paradise Lane quite well: she loves her school and makes new friends. However, her longing for blood family remains strong. But Bab...

The Woman Who Went to The Moon: Poems of Igloolik
poems by Rosemary Clewes

978-1-77133-385-6 | June 14, 2017 | $18.95

The Woman Who Went to The Moon captures in poems, six days spent in the tiny community of Igloolik in the Arctic winter of January 2006. Ice-locked to the Melville Peninsula, Igloolik lies west of Baffin Island. This is the year of the Circumpolar Moon, where the full moon sweeps the heavens at the lowest point of its curve in its 18.6-year cycle. The poems are suffused with its light and the slow...

Mother Earth Under Threat: Ecofeminism, the Land Question, and Geoengineering
edited by Ana Isla and Claudia von Werlhof

978-1-77133-397-9 | June 30, 2017 | $34.95

Today’s social and ecological crises, which threaten the preservation of life on our planet, require our attention to understand the dynamics of patriarchy and capitalism and to unmask “answers” or false solutions that obscure, perpetuate, and even worsen the current situation. Currently, geoengineering is threatening not only life on earth, but the earth and all her "living systems." Exposing an...
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