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Asbestos Heights

by David McGimpsey

Asbestos Heights is the poke in the eye that misses and ends up somewhere else.

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...


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...


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,...


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...

Men of Action

by Howard Akler

An essay on consciousness, patrimony, old crime films, and the desire to write.

Biting the Error: Writers Explore Narrative

by Gail Scott & Robert Gluck

What is the best way to tell a story?

In this anthology, the first-ever collection of essays by innovative, cutting-edge writers on the theme of narration, forty of the continent's top experimental writers describe...


by Louis Carmain & Rhonda Mullins

Bartleby the Scrivener meets Catch-22 in this charmingly sardonic tale of love, war, and fertilizer.

Mission Creep

by Joshua Trotter

A book of revelations, devolutions and devotions that crafts narrative from noise and composes music from metadata.


by Andrew Battershill

Elmore Leonard–style noir meets Surrealism: Pillow punches above its weight in this playful literary debut.

The Murder of Halland

by Pia Juul & Martin Aitken

Denmark’s foremost literary author turns crime fiction on its head.

Country Club

by Andy McGuire

Country Club springboards from the inner rings of corporate America into a world where freedom is measured in football fields.


by Nicole Brossard & Angela Carr

Language is ardently alive in this new translation of poems by Nicole Brossard.

When Fenelon Falls

by Dorothy Palmer

It's the summer of 1969, and as mankind takes its giant leap, Jordan May March, disabled bastard and genius, age fourteen, limps and schemes her way towards adulthood. Trapped at the family cottage, she spends...

The Porcupinity of the Stars

by Gary Barwin

In this much-anticipated new collection, poet and musician Gary Barwin both continues and extends the alchemical collision of language, imaginative flight and quiet beauty that have made him unique among contemporary...

Indexical Elegies

by Jon Paul Fiorentino

With links to intense poetic works like John Berryman’s Dream Songs, Gilbert Sorrentino’s Corrosive Sublimate and Erin Moure’s Furious, Jon Paul Fiorentino’s new collection is a whip-smart poetic investigation...