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In Many Waters
a novel by Ami Sands Brodoff

978-1-77133-365-8 | April 09, 2017 | $22.95

In Many Waters is the gripping story of three orphans whose lives intersect on the island of Malta during our current, urgent refugee crisis. Zoe, a budding historian, comes to Malta with her younger brother Cal to learn more about their Maltese mother, as well as the mysterious circumstances surrounding their parents’ untimely deaths. The siblings’ well-mapped plans are derailed when Cal, who is ...

A Romani Women's Anthology: Spectrum of the Blue Water
edited by Hedina Tahirović-Sijerčić and Cynthia Levine-Rasky

978-1-77133-401-3 | April 09, 2017 | $29.95

A Romani Women's Anthology: Spectrum of the Blue Water is grounded upon Romani women's lived experience as writers, essayists, visual artists, and activists. Reflecting the panoply of women's voices, the book links everyday experience and a social critique of the factors that enable and constrain women's lives. Through incisive creativity, pragmatic action, and affective networks, the book is a co...

All That Is Solid Melts Into Air
a novel by Carole Giangrande

978-1-77133-361-0 | April 10, 2017 | $22.95

In the morning fog of the North Atlantic, Valerie hears the frenetic ticking of clocks. She’s come from Toronto to hike on the French island of St. Pierre and to ponder her marriage to Gerard Lefèvre, a Montrealer and a broadcast journalist whose passion for justice was ignited in his youth by the death of his lover in an airline bombing. He's a restless traveller (who she suspects is unfaithful) ...

The Women of Saturn
a novel by Connie Guzzo-McParland

978-1-77133-357-3 | April 10, 2017 | $22.95

A sequel to The Girls of Piazza d’Amore, this novel is a sweeping epic that chronicles the lives of three women of different generations, all living in Montreal, but connected and haunted by the same Italian village past. After her childhood friend, Lucia— protagonist of The Girls of Piazza D’Amoreis found beaten, an apparent victim of domestic violence, and Lucia's husband disappears, Cathy, a hi...

A Samurai's Pink House
poems by Sonia Saikaley

978-1-77133-381-8 | May 04, 2017 | $18.95

The poems in A Samurai’s Pink House are threaded with the transformation of the seasons from Matsuo Basho’s travels to a love affair between a kabuki cross-dresser and a lonely geisha and the struggles of women in ancient and modern-day Japan. The collection takes the reader on a journey through the fascinating culture of Japan with graceful and accessible language. A sensuous, powerful and beauti...

Simultaneous Windows
poems by Mary Corkery

978-1-77133-389-4 | May 04, 2017 | $18.95

Simultaneous Windows is a metaphoric and narrative journey, both personal and political, in which rebellion, love and loss open windows to change. Each window is a frame through which we see the limits and possibilities of one small life. The voice is strong and the journey vivid. Poems are located in Toronto, Borneo, the Middle East, Rwanda and elsewhere. "With passion and intelligence, Mary Cor...

Writing Menopause: An Anthology of Fiction, Poetry and Creative Non-fiction
edited by Jane Cawthorne and E.D. Morin

978-1-77133-353-5 | May 04, 2017 | $25.95

The Writing Menopause literary anthology is a diverse and robust collection about menopause: a highly charged and often undervalued transformation. It includes over fifty works of fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, interviews and cross-genre pieces from contributors across Canada and the United States that break new ground in portraying menopause in literature. The collection includes literary ...

Flush: A Robin MacFarland Mystery
a novel by Sky Curtis

978-1-77133-373-3 | May 24, 2017 | $22.95

Robin MacFarland is a fifty-five-year-old widow who grapples entertainingly with aging, drinking, weight, loneliness, and career failure, all the while solving two murders. She is also a somewhat eccentric and highly intelligent journalist for the Home and Garden section of a Toronto paper. Although the novel is framed around an environmental plot about the theft of Canada’s fresh water, it hinges...

The Marzipan Fruit Basket
short fiction by Lucy E.M. Black

978-1-77133-377-1 | May 24, 2017 | $22.95

The stories in this collection are unifed by a sense of dislocation. In each of the pieces, there is an underlying element of disturbance and disharmony. Resolution threads its way through the narratives while the characters struggle to navigate conscious choices and come to terms with new realities. A perspective that views the complexity of life journeys as a manifestation of intentional decisio...

a novel by Ursula Pflug

978-1-77133-349-8 | May 24, 2017 | $19.95

Seventeen-year-old Camden splits her time between her father, a minor rock star, and her mom, a scruffy “hardware geek” who designs and implements temporary and sustainable power systems and satellite linkups for off-grid music and art festivals, tree-sits, and attends gatherings of alternative healers. Lark, Camden’s father, provides her with brand-name jeans, running shoes, and makeup, while her...
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