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By Emily Kirkham (Author)


Kirkham gives Austen’s Sense and Sensibility a Canadian rural twist in this modern retelling focusing on Ellie and Val—sisters who have two very different approaches to life in the fictional town of Sober. While those … [Click to Read More]

By W.O. Mitchell (Author)


In Who Has Seen the Wind, Mitchell tells the fictional story of Brian, a young boy growing up in Saskatchewan in the 1930s. As readers follow Brian’s coming-of-age story, they are introduced to many secondary … [Click to Read More]

By Liuba González de Armas (Editor), Ana Ruiz Aguirre (Editor)


Beyond the Gallery is a collection of essays written in both English and Spanish about experiencing visual art and Canadian Spanish-speaking identities. These eight essays vary in topic from classical art to modern tattooing, and … [Click to Read More]

By Daniel Auger (Author)


In Watishka Warriors, Sandy Lafond returns to the Watishka First Nation in Northern Alberta to care for her aunt and finds the community struggling to deal with local gangs and a recent suicide. Sandy soon … [Click to Read More]