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Low

by Anna Quon

Low is a novel about family, identity, illness, love and loss. Lyrical, personal prose draw readers into the world of Adriana Song. We feel our way through Low with her as she navigates lopsided friendships,...


The Cloaca

by Andrew Hood

This book will remind you why you love reading. The stories included in Andrew Hood's sophomore collection are messy, beautiful, gross, funny, personal. The Cloaca is a train-wreck of awesomeness. It's your...


How to Get Along with Women

by Elisabeth de Mariaffi

A sharply original debut collection, How To Get Along With Women showcases Elisabeth de Mariaffi's keen eye and inventive voice. Infused with a close and present danger, these stories tighten the knot around...


The Deadly Snakes: Real Rock and Roll Tonight

by J.B. Staniforth

The Deadly Snakes: Real Rock and Roll Tonight charts the rise and gentle fall of Canada's greatest band. Unwilling to bow to industry demands, the Deadly Snakes instead made records they were proud of and played...


Algoma

by Dani Couture

A year after watching Leo go through thin ice, twelve-year- old Ferd is obsessed with the idea that he can persuade his dead brother to come home through a campaign of letters. Plaintive notes appear around...


The Dears: Lost in the Plot

by Lorraine Carpenter

Over a decade after the release of their first album, The Dears have weathered the indie fringes, the collapse of the music industry as we knew it and the near implosion of the band itself, with their creative...


Food & Trembling

by Jonah Campbell

What mysteries lie beneath the subtle perfection of the BLT? What is the etymology of the "croissant"? Why did I drink all that scotch? This collection of writing by Jonah Campbell-metalhead, misanthrope, unrepentant...


Bats or Swallows

by Teri Vlassopoulos

Teri Vlassopoulos's stories are sharp, accurate, at times dark, but told with balance and skill. The innocence and clarity of her narrative voice reveals new and unexpected layers. Vlassopoulos brings readers...


L (and things come apart)

by Ian Orti

A small flat sits unoccupied above Henry's café. When a woman comes to rent the room, Henry's world begins an unusual transformation. As they grow closer the city itself is affected, changed, and slowly dismantled....


Ghost Pine: All Stories True

by Jeff Miller

Jeff Miller has published the zineGhost Pine (originally Otaku) since 1996. Whether documenting his youth in suburban Ottawa in the late 1990s, travels across North America or his current home of Montreal, Miller's...


Fear of Fighting

by Stacey May Fowles & Marlena Zuber

"Stacey May Fowles evokes Lives of Girls and Women in a text that is often sweetly sad, but not sorry." Mariko Tamaki, co-creator of Skim. Combining Stacey May Fowles's humorous, biting prose with Marlena Zuber's...


The Art of Trespassing

by Anna Leventhal

The Art of Trespassing explores the systems and structures that frame our everyday lives. Contributors imagine networks, neighbourhoods and relationships, exposing them as both confining and liberating.


In a Mist

by Devon Code

In a Mist explores longing, loss and isolation. This debut collection of short stories examines the lives of socially isolated individuals with obsessive interests and desires. These lonely protagonists find...


The Same Woman

by Thea Lim

The Same Woman explores women's relationships and how they're affected by our culture, for better or worse. Ruby returns to the scene of a recent heartbreak, only to find the woman her lover left her for around...


Transits

by Jaime Forsythe

Ten emerging Canadian writers explore pace and place in stories where movement is central. Transits is about people who are mobile and things which are transient, (im)migrating, running away, coming home, waiting....


Homing

by Stephanie Domet

A funny, urban love story, Homing is the story of Leah, a woman who's grown afraid of the outdoors; a ghost that's lost its way; a musician who's trying to find his; and Sandy and Harold, a pair of homing pigeons...