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  • Meredith Quartermain

    Journey along Vancouver’s colourful city streets, past its landmarks, through the sounds and smells of Chinatown. Ramble along the seawall on...

  • Grant MacEwan

    Intended to encourage Albertans to value a natural resource taken for granted, Watershed puts water in the context of its effect on our...

  • Michael Ross

    Peigan elders Joe and Josephine Crowshoe belonged to a generation still bright with the traditional knowledge and deep memories of their...

  • Andy Weaver

    Were the Bees is an innovative collection of poetry from a fresh Canadian voice. Andy Weaver explores the boundaries of the poetic form...

  • Roy Innes

    When a series of murders threatens the lives of an entire community in Vancouver, RCMP Corporal Paul Blakemore and Inspector Coswell team up once...

  • Barb Howard

    Roadkill stuffed and presented as art, an OB/GYN appointment gone horribly wrong, and government spies with a weakness for salmon bagels and Timmy...

  • Karen Hofmann

    Karen Hofmann’s empathetic and cathartic novel, What is Going to Happen Next...

  • Robert Pepper-Smith

    Set in a fictional village in southeastern British Columbia, in a valley near the Rockies, The Wheel Keeper tells the story is the child...

  • Sarah de Leeuw

    FINALIST FOR THE 2017 GOVERNOR GENERAL'S LITERARY AWARDS - NONFICTION

    Where It Hurts is a highly charged collection of personal...

  • Mark Lisac

    SHORTLISTED FOR THE BEST FIRST NOVEL AWARD AT THE ARTHUR ELLIS AWARDS!

    “Sins don’t destroy people here. Dreams do.”

    In a small city...

  • Rudy Wiebe

    “The problem with writer longevity can be a complicating, even contradictory oeuvre. Hopefully.”

    Rudy Wiebe's Where The Truth Lies...

  • Alla Tumanov

    The memoir of a young woman who, in 1951 at the age of seventeen, was arrested for her involvement with an underground organization demanding...

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