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No Fury Like That
a novel by Lisa de Nikolits

978-1-77133-413-6 | September 15, 2017 | $22.95

No Fury Like That is a one-of-a kind literary thriller about life and death and the power of second chances. The novel takes you on a fast-paced, funny, adventurous ride, exploring love, the meaning of life, friendship, revenge, family and the transformation of a character under trying circumstance. No Fury Like That is about how a person can change and grow, and how different things will come to ...

Into the Open: New and Selected
poems by Susan McCaslin

978-1-77133-465-5 | September 15, 2017 | $22.95

Into the Open: Poems New and Selected is both a compendium and compression of the best and most representative of Susan McCaslin's poetry over nearly five decades. In addition, it showcases new work. The explorations of Into the Open begin with McCaslin's intense early interest in mystical Christianity, but expand to include global wisdom traditions from cultures east and west. Her work does not a...

The Street of Butterflies
short fiction by Mehri Yalfani

978-1-77133-425-9 | September 15, 2017 | $22.95

Mehri Yalfani's stories in The Street of Butterflies feature Iranian women dealing with displacement, cultural change, and struggles for survival and adaptation as immigrants in North America. At the same time, the challenges they face also reveal the racial, gendered and cultural anxieties of these same individuals who carry with them the biases of their country of origin to the norms of the new ...

Once Upon a Time in West Toronto
a novel by Terri Favro

978-177133-417-4 | September 15, 2017 | $22.95

A gritty tragi-comic fairy tale of sexual obsession and longing, based in equal parts on the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice and the spaghetti westerns of Sergio Leone, Once Upon A Time In West Toronto is the story of outsiders reinventing themselves in Toronto's immigrant neighbourhoods from the 1970s to the present. It follows the adventures of Ida, an Italian proxy bride who came to Canada married...

Kalamkari & Cordillera: Poems of India and Chile
poems by Wanda Campbell

978-1-77133-453-2 | September 20, 2017 | $18.95

This collection "spattered diversely by the trades that we live by" as Pablo Neruda puts it, reflects the variety of influences that have shaped the poet's craft. Kalamkari (from the Persian for "pen craft") refers to the hand-painted and block-printed textiles of South India where the poet grew up, and this section of the collection contains poems combining memories of her childhood with contempo...

The Size of a Bird
poems by Clementine Morrigan

978-1-77133-457-0 | September 20, 2017 | $18.95

The Size of a Bird is an invocation of desire in times of violence and trauma. Refusing to shy away from difficult topics the poet tackles addiction, abuse, suicide, and sexual violence while infusing each word with a relentless drive for life. Seeking pleasure, these poems navigate dangerous terrain, staying with ambivalence and probing its depths. Queer femininity seeks heterosexual masculinity ...

I'm the Girl Who Was Raped
a novel by Michelle Hattingh

978-1-77133-445-7 | September 29, 2017 | $22.95

That morning, Michelle presented her Psychology honours thesis on rape. It began: "A woman born in South Africa has a greater chance of being raped than learning how to read..." That evening, celebrating her degree, she and a friend go to the beach, where they are both robbed, assaulted and raped. Within minutes of getting help, Michelle realizes she'll never be herself again. She is now "the girl...

Amah and the Silk-Winged Pigeons
a novel by Jocelyn Cullity

978-1-77133-437-2 | September 29, 2017 | $22.95

Prior to 1857, the year it was engulfed by tragic historical conflict, the cosmopolitan city of Lucknow thrived on open-mindedness, great prosperity and pride, the city a magnet for musicians, poets, painters and chefs, drawing the finest cultural talent from other parts of India and the wider world. It proved too tempting a prize for the English East India Company not to attempt a takeover of the...

Outside People and Other Stories
short fiction by Mariam Pirbhai

978-1-77133-433-4 | September 29, 2017 | $22.95

A Haitian woman survives the ravages of an earthquake only to find her sister, an émigré in Montreal, the subject of a grisly crime. A chambermaid in a Mexican tourist resort frequented by Canadian tourists wonders why all the men in her life seem to leave her for distant lands. A Jamaican migrant worker at an Ontario chicken farm comes to the aid of his Peruvian co-worker on the eve of a fatal ca...

The Maternal Roots of the Gift Economy
edited by Genevieve Vaughan

978-1-77133-409-9 | October 15, 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...
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