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Croak

by Jenny Sampirisi

It ain't easy being green: Croak is a poetic negotiation between a species in crisis and its many cultural markers.


Sentimental Exorcisms

by David Derry

'Derry specializes in the most delightfully self-unaware characters. These are delicious portrayals of delusion.' – Uptown

'Derry's cohort of misanthropic, sexually repressed anti-heroes possesses a spooky ability...


Tell It Slant

by Beth Follett

Tell It Slant is a bold, luscious first novel by Beth Follett, publisher of one of Canada's most exciting and respected small presses, Pedlar Press.

The novel tells – slantedly, of course – the story of Nora...


Monoceros

by Suzette Mayr

Unicorns, Ethiopian food, a Wonder Woman drag queen: Monoceros offers a funny, heartbreaking look at the tragedy of teen suicide.


A Complete Encyclopedia of Different Types of People

by Gabe Foreman

A Complete Encyclopedia of Different Types of People is not your average reference book. It turns a series of sociological case studies into a functional encyclopedia that doubles as an achingly funny collection...


Maintenance

by Rob Benvie

Filled with millennial dread and suburban oddity, this novel parties (or worries) like it's 1999.


Eye Lake

by Tristan Hughes

Three disappearances, an underwater castle and the end of the world haunt this lively story of a northern town.


Hypotheticals

by Leigh Kotsilidis

Poetry and science: twin arts separated at birth? Leigh Kotsilidis's debut puts the scientific method's feet to the fire.


The Many Revenges of Kip Flynn

by Sean Dixon

An argument over a black rose begins this mischievous novel about anarchism, fire-breathing, murder, money, backhoe wars and family secrets.


Portable Altamont

by Brian Davis

Deliciously wicked satires about local and international celebrities, the poems in Portable Altamont evince an irrepressible grasp of the zeitgeist, its machinations and manipulations, its possibilities and...


Yesterday, at the Hotel Clarendon

by Nicole Brossard & Susanne de Lotbinière-Harwood

Carla Carlson is at the Hotel Clarendon in Quebec City trying to finish a novel. Nearby, a woman, preoccupied with sadness and infatuated with her boss, catalogues antiquities at the Museum of Civilization....


Mauve Desert

by Nicole Brossard & Susanne de Lotbinière-Harwood

First published in 1987, Nicole Brossard's classic novel returns to Coach House in a new edition. A seminal text in Canadian and feminist literature, Mauve Desert is a must-read for readers and writers alike....


The Winter Gardeners

by Dennis Denisoff

In the town of Lake Wachannabee, Ontario, lies the Winter Garden, home to matron Giggy Andrewes and her brood: her strung-out nephew Jem Waferly, his friend Cora, Chappy the whippet, two peacocks, and Jem's...


Stunt

by Claudia Dey

Eugenia Ledoux wakes one morning to a note on the kitchen table: “Gone to save the world. Sorry. Yours, Sheb Woolly Ledoux. Asshole.” Eugenia is nine years old, a synaesthesiac and a tightrope walker. She...


The Steve Machine

by Mike Hoolboom

Auden flees the small town of Capreol for Toronto, bewildered, HIV positive, and in search of an entirely new personality. He falls in love with orgy maestro Wrik, mainly because the old Auden would never even...


Sitcom

by David McGimpsey

Implicating extremes from Coriolanus to Karen Carpenter, David McGimpsey’s Sitcom is both serious poetry and a work of comedy.

Where Timon of Athens meets Shania Twain, that's where you'll find Sitcom. Mischievous,...


Self-Titled

by Geoffrey Brown

Can a breakup break you apart?

In Self-Titled, Geoffrey Brown stares into a mirror and writes what he sees, what he thinks, what he feels. The result? A self-portrait that's at once comic and psychotic, a complex...


The Pochsy Plays

by Karen Hines

Beckett meets Betty Boop in this trilogy of monologues by Canadian cult heroine Pochsy, a nasty, vapid, utterly charming vixen. In Pochsy's Lips, she's in the hospital, convinced she's sick because she's got...


The Mitochondrial Curiosities of Marcels 1 to 19

by Jocelyn Brown

Biology is not Dree’s thing. Equally heinous are English, Social Studies, her sister and mother, not to mention Edmonton in general. Toronto is where she belongs – specifically the upcoming Renegade Craft...


Miss Lamp

by Christopher Ewart

When a mad dentist steals people's teeth, Miss Lamp comes to town.

Miss Lamp, a young and savvy lawyer, is holed up in Room 32 of the Peachland Hotel, waiting for a perfect grilled cheese sandwich and reviewing...