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Madhouse Fog

by Sean Carswell

With explorations into the unconscious and literary noir, Madhouse Fog exists next door to the reality in which we live.


The Bridge of Beyond

by Simone Schwarz-Bart, Barbara Bray & Jamaica Kincaid

This is an intoxicating tale of love and wonder, mothers and daughters, spiritual values and the grim legacy of slavery on the French Antillean island of Guadeloupe. Here long-suffering Telumee tells her life...


Fort Starlight

by Claudia Zuluaga

Stranded in a half-finished tract house in a Florida swamp, Ida Overdorff turns away from her unlucky past.


An Impenetrable Screen of Purest Sky: A Novel

by Dan Beachy-Quick

Tree of Life meets In Search of Lost Time in this contemporary tale of loss and the power of story.


Rise: Stories

by L. Annette Binder

Contemporary fairy tales where the strange and surreal exist on the fringes of everyday life.


Mothers & Other Monsters: Stories

by Maureen F. McHugh

Insightful, beautifully written debut collection.


Hystera

by Leora Skolkin-Smith

Set in the turbulent 1970s when Patty Hearst became Tanya the Revolutionary, HYSTERA is a timeless story of madness, yearning, and identity. After a fatal accident takes her father away, Lillian Weill blames...


Whispering Bodies: A Roy Belkin Disaster

by Jesse Michaels

Roy Belkin, a reclusive man, Internet troll and neurotic ritualist stars In Whispering Bodies, the debut novel from Jesse Michaels. Belkin must begin each day with the task he calls The Service: visiting Christian...


The House of Tomorrow

Art Seidenbaum Award for First Fiction 2010

by Peter Bognanni

"A funny and unique debut." (Publishers Weekly).

Sebastian Prendergast lives with his eccentric grandmother in a geodesic dome. His homeschooling has taught him much-but he's learned little about girls, junk...


The Union Jack

by Imre Kertesz & Tim Wilkinson

"It was...unnecessary for me to fret about who the murderer was: Everybody was."

A haunting, never-before-translated, autobiographical novella by the 2002 Nobel Prize winner.

An unnamed narrator recounts a simple...


Venom and the River: A Novel of Pepin

by Marsha Qualey

Several hundred women are about to converge on tiny Pepin, Minnesota, to celebrate the birthday of Ida May Turnbull, the long-dead author of a beloved series of children's books. When the "Little Girls" gather...


Stolen

by Annette Lapointe

Rowan Friesen has made a career of drug-dealing and small-time thievery on the outer edges of Saskatoon. Shiftless and seemingly friendless, he is, at first glance, an unlikely protagonist. But as Stolen unfolds,...


Facing the Music

by Andrea Goldsmith

Facing the Music explores the dark side of ambition and the ambiguous passions which surround creativity. Duncan Bayle is a successful composer whose genius has faltered. He blames his problems on the sudden...


Modern Interiors

by Andrea Goldsmith

MODERN INTERIORS rummages around in the back rooms and passageways of the family. When her husband dies, Philippa Finemore, formerly a pillar of the Establishment, is determined to broaden her life. She sells...


Gracious Living

by Andrea Goldsmith

Gracious Living plunges into the excesses of the 1980s. Adrian Dadswell, an entrepreneur, is the owner of a holiday resort that boasts everything from an indoor golf range to a fake rain forest. Adrian has a...


Under the Knife

by Andrea Goldsmith

Alexander Otto has it all - eminence as a surgeon, admiring colleagues, a loving family. Yet from the opening lines of this modern tragedy, he is a man on the run. What secrets lie beneath the successful veneer...


A Slow Moving Something

by Cody Gohl

Cody Gohl spent his childhood in Texas dreaming of travelling the world. He gorged on the works of the Lost Generation, spent nights dreaming of what it would be like to escape his small suburb and set off on...


Time Crunch

by Brad Pike

As the universe nears its end, the fabric of reality collapses into temporal mush, and dinosaurs, robots, and historical figures spontaneously appear across the planet. Meanwhile, David, a college dropout, is...


Dollybird

by Anne Lazurko

Twenty-year-old Moira, banished to 1906 Saskatchewan because ofher unwed pregnancy, must come to terms with her pioneer environ-ment, her dodgy new acquaintances and her employment as a "dolly-bird" with a volatile...


Disempowered

by Pamela Beasley

In June '2003, Pam, a social worker goes to federal prison. She is convicted of health care fraud and laundering in a small business. Devastated by the trauma of going from middle-class comfort to living with...