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Tom at the Farm

by Michel Marc Bouchard & Linda Gaboriau

Tom confronts the family of his deceased lover and discovers what led the man to a life of shadows.


A Guide to B.C. Indian Myth and Legend

by Ralph Maud

The luminaries of field research in British Columbia – Boas, Teit, Hill-Tout, Barbeau, and others – are discussed, their work evaluated.


The Porcupine Hunter and Other Stories

by Ralph Maud

A selection of the best stories by Henry W. Tate (d. 1914), an important Tsimshian informant to ethnographer Franz Boas.


Meanwhile: The Critical Writings of bpNichol

by bp Nichol & Roy Miki

Meanwhile comprises a substantial collection of bpNichol’s critical writing from the mid-1960s to the year of his death, 1988.


Motherhouse

by David Fennario

"When a final analysis is made of twentieth-century Canadian theater, the most significant political playwright will undoubtedly be David Fennario."—Canadian Book Review

This powerful drama gives a voice to...


A Slight Case of Fatigue

by Stéphane Bourguignon, Phyllis Aronoff & Howard Scott

After a depressive rampage, Eddy is diagnosed with “a slight case of fatigue.” This novel is darkly comic, yet warm.


God and the Indian

by Drew Hayden Taylor

While panhandling outside a coffee shop, Johnny, a Cree woman, is shocked to recognize a face from her childhood, which was spent in a Native American boarding school. Desperate to hear him acknowledge the terrible...


The Obese Christ

by Larry Tremblay & Sheila Fischman

In this suspenseful gothic, a grieving thirty-something witnesses the rape of a young woman, and pledges to be her saviour.


A Matter of Gravity

by Hélène Vachon, Phyllis Aronoff & Howard Scott

Treading delicately between laughter and tragedy, Force of Gravity is a touching portrait of loneliness and the pursuit of happiness.


bpNichol: What History Teaches

by Stephen Scobie

In this New Canadian Criticism Series book, Scobie argues strongly for Nichol’s poetics and importance as a writer of fiction.


The Salish People: Volume III: The Mainland Halkomelem

by Charles Hill-Tout & Ralph Maud

Volume III of this four-volume ethnographic study focuses on the Mainland Halkomelem people of British Columbia, in the Pacific Northwest.


Ali & Ali: The Deportation Hearings

by Marcus Youssef, Guillermo Verdecchia & Camyar Chai

A satirical take on the "Age of Terrorism," from the perspectives of both Western governments and those accused.


Margaret Atwood: A Feminist Poetics

by Frank Davey

Frank Davey reveals Margaret Atwood’s extraordinary facility with language as well as her mistrust of it.


The Salish People: Volume I: The Thompson and the Okanagan

by Charles Hill-Tout & Ralph Maud

The first in a four-volume set rich in stories and factual information on the Salish people of the Pacific Northwest.


Rogue Cells / Carbon Harbour

by Garry Thomas Morse

A unique fusion of science fiction and surrealism—the poetic density of the prose is a hermeneutic test for adventurous readers.


Internodes

by Ken Belford Belford

Poetry that focuses on viral marketing, social networking, and environmental concerns.


Crimes and Mercies: The Fate of German Civilians Under Allied Occupation, 1944-1950

by James Bacque

Juxtaposes food-aid programs in Germany after WWII against deliberate Allied starvation and expulsion policies.


Conversations in Tehran

by Jean-Daniel Lafond & Fred A. Reed

This book documents the fall of Mohammad Khatami’s reform movement through candid conversations with Iranian artists, journalists, and political activists.


Living by Stories: A Journey of Landscape and Memory

by Harry Robinson & Wendy Wickwire

Following on two previous collections, this is the third volume of oral narratives by Okanagan storyteller Harry Robinson.


Nature Power: In the Spirit of an Okanagan Storyteller

by Harry Robinson & Wendy Wickwire

Many of the stories in Okanagan storyteller Harry Robinson’s second collection feature the shoo-MISH, or “nature helpers” that assist humans.