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Fall 2017 Titles

Dr. Bethune's Children

Award-winning author Xue Yiwei's long-awaited novel of three lives marked by traumatic events in modern China.
September

What Is To Be Done?

Mavis Gallant's comic play is set in wartime Montreal.
September

Nan Goldin: The Warrior Medusa

Feminist author Martine Delvaux on photographer Nan Goldin.
September

The Carpenter from Montreal

Literary noir by the inimitable George Fetherling.
September

Spring 2017 Titles

Mr. Singh Among the Fugitives

The fearless Stephen Henighan skewers Canadian culture in his new comic novel.
March

Arabic for Beginners

"Brilliantly captures the existential and alienated state that mothers of young children inhabit. Freedman's work is reminiscent of Rachel Cusk and Deborah Levy.” —Heather O’Neill, author of Lullabies for Little Criminals
March

The Evil That Men Do

When two sociopaths face off, someone is bound to die.
March

Fall 2016 Titles

True Arab Love

"Mine is a true Arab love that clings and does not let go.”
September

The Last Bullet Is for You

Love is war, wrote Ovid, and this book is a battleground.
September

Shenzheners

"Xue Yiwei is a maverick. As an admirer of his, I salute his courage, his stamina, and his love of solitude."—Ha Jin, National Book Award winning novelist

September

Women and Power: The Case for Parity

Quotas are essential for women to achieve parity with men in politics. What are we waiting for?
September

Spring 2016 Titles

The Poet is a Radio

Li Bai has journeyed across the world and perhaps across centuries. When he comes across a bag of money in a downtown parking lot, we also meet the delinquent who lost the bag of money in the first place.
April

Torp

"With Torp, Michael Mirolla once again demonstrates that he can be considered one of the finest prose writers in this country. This is a love story that reads like a mystery novel set in Vancouver in 1970. A fable, almost a swan song of the flower-power days." — Antonio D’Alfonso
April

The Company of Crows

“A tender coming-of-age story and a sympathetic portrait of mental illness that reminds us how life’s disorder can open on to unexpected joy." – Christine Fisher Guy
April

2015 Fall Titles

Sistering

August

Canada Lives Here: The Case for Public Broadcasting

August

Open Season

September

The Book of Faith

September

Counterterrorism and Identities: Canadian Viewpoints

September

2015 Spring Titles

Sea Winter Salmon: Chronicles of the St. John River


Bitter Rose


True Believers


The Sicilian Wife


2014 Fall Titles

A Migrant Heart, by Denis Sampson


Sons and Fathers, by Daniel Goodwin


The Wrecking Ball, by Terry Mosher (Aislin), introduction by Chantal Hébert


2014 Spring Titles

The Prostate: Everything You Need to Know About the Man Gland, rev. ed. (Health & Wellness), by Dr. Yosh Taguchi


The Bells of Memory: A Palestinian Boyhood in Jerusalem (Singles essay), by Issa J. Boullata


A Second Chance (novel), by Felicia Mihali


2013 Fall Titles

Love Letters of the Angels of Death (novel) by Jennifer Quist


The Girls of Piazza d'Amore (short novel) by Connie Guzzo-McParland


A Green Reef: The Impact of Climate Change (SIngles essay) by Stephen Henighan


Vigilante Season (crime) by Peter Kirby


The Dead of Winter (crime) - * SECOND EDITION * by Peter Kirby


Spring 2013 TItles

Saving the CBC: Balancing Profit and Public Service (SIngles essay) by Wade Rowland


2012 Titles

Clerks of the Passage (Singles essay) by Abou Farman


Was It Good For You? and other recent cartoons by Aislin by Terry Mosher (with a foreword by Rick Mercer)


Are We On Yet? Insider Secrets on How to be Interviewed (and other essential media skills) by Tommy Schnurmacher


The Darling of Kandahar (novel) by Felicia Mihali


Keeping the Public in Public Education (Singles essay) by Rick Salutin, Winner of the 2012 Lamp of Learning Award


Caricature Cartoon Canada Edited by Terry Mosher (Aislin)



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