Apocalypse . . . only a click away. Experience Richard Scarsbrook's poetic vision of the future we live today.
Finalist for the Victoria Book Prize
Apologetic’s poems experiment with expressing thoughts and emotions in formal poetic traditions, confining words to metrical lines or rhyme schemes. Many deal with the natural world, moments in time spent outdoors, in gardens, and capturing fleeting impressions in the human experience.
Lines are drawn so they might be crossed. Lines on buildings and lines on the ground. Anna Synenko's haunting chapbook, Architectural Secrets, travels to the far corners of the Earth and then beyond. Each city, each village, each hamlet holds its own guidelines for building and creating.
Showcasing a selection of stories from Armin Wiebe's 30 year writing career, Armin's Shorts features tales from the familiarly fictitious Mennonite community of Gutenthal, re-imagined origin stories from the Tlįchǫ of the subarctic, and flights of pure fantasy set in modern day Winnipeg. Now available for Pre-Order!
Autumn, One Spring is a humour-infused drama that takes truthfulness in relationships seriously. In the fallout of this strangest of romances, forgiveness emerges as the biggest challenge.
Connie heads up north to find solace in the Yukon until she stabs a man who's beating up his girlfriend. He’s hurt, but the pain he promises Connie is to be much worse. Through sleet and snow, the relentless Dale tracks city-girl Connie to an epic, action-filled, climactic chase scene accross the savage and unforgiving Great White North.
In the spring of 1966 Ken Leishman stepped onto the tarmac of the Winnipeg Airport and into the pages of Canadian history. By then, the mastermind behind the country’s largest gold heist had already gained Dillingeresque notoriety as a gentlemanly bank robber. Toronto headlines had spread the news about the brazen and polite ‘Flying Bandit’. This time, he almost got away. Almost.
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