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Independent Canadian book publisher. The discovery, nurturing, and promotion of new and established Canadian literary talent.
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Eden Mills WF Aug 16
It’s hard to read a White poem without cracking a half-smile, and if there is one thing that holds his remarkable mental meandering together it's humour. You won't want to miss Howard White and his book of poetry, A MYSTERIOUS HUMMING NOISE at !
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Emma Smith-Stevens Aug 15
The cover of blow-yr-mind anthology from edited by ! I've got an essay in here along with some fierce & brilliant, strong as hell writers & it's v intense and beautiful. Order from your local bookstore ✨
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Anvil Press Aug 14
Tonight! Come join us for an evening of poetry at Book Warehouse on Main St. Mark Laba is launching his new collection THE INFLATABLE LIFE with Laura Farina and Clint Burnham. Fun and poetry will abound. Doors at 7:30, poetry at 8.
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Anvil Press Aug 8
Nice to see Float and Scurry by Heather Birrell on the list! (A Feed Dog Book) 23 collections of Canadian poetry to watch for this fall | CBC Books
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49th Shelf Aug 8
Not only have we released our Fall 2019 Poetry Preview , we also have a for 2 lucky members to win the 3 collections by Canadian finalists of 2019!
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Pearl Ó Siadhail Pirie Aug 2
by Jaime Forsythe in I Heard Something (, 2018)
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𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗣𝗼𝗲𝘁𝗿𝘆 𝗤𝘂𝗲𝘀𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻 Aug 4
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rob mclennan Aug 5
Jay MillAr, I Could Have Pretended To Be Better Than You: New & Selected Poems ;
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𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗣𝗼𝗲𝘁𝗿𝘆 𝗤𝘂𝗲𝘀𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻 Aug 5
: MOTEL OF OPPOSABLE THUMBS - () "We don't always want what we find, but we are often the reason we've found ourselves there."
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Olivia Lavery Aug 1
If you know me at all you know the campus novel is my favourite genre. Here are seven books set on college campuses you should read before returning to school in the fall.
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EleeKG Jul 26
East coast in the fall! Come write poems and talk poems!
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rob mclennan Jul 23
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All Lit Up Jul 19
It's not the that has us swooning today. It's prize winning author Eve Joseph, who join us on the ALU blog to (eloquently) talk more about her surreal collection Quarrels ( ) :
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EleeKG Jul 15
oh wow, I am grateful for this review of Trauma Head!
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Stuart Ross Jul 11
Ottawa! Tonight in Almonte! Michael Dennis and I read our poetry in a very fine living room! Please come join us. I'll be reading largely from Motel of the Opposable Thumbs, but other stuff too.
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EleeKG Jul 11
Regardez this sneak peek footage of choreo rehearsals for the launch of Against Death:35 Essays on Living, happening in Sept, details tbc. Edited by me, published by , loaded with 1st person takes on what it is like to dance with Death.
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BC Studies Journal Jul 7
📚Some fun reading for your : SUSTENANCE: WRITERS FROM BC AND BEYOND ON THE SUBJECT OF FOOD by Rachel Rose (out on ) Read Gigi Bergadi's review of this Vancouver poet laureate! 🍓🍉🍊
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Justin Allen Jul 6
Jen Currin’s fiction debut, Hider/Seeker is really fresh stuff: Zen meditation, gender dysphoria, food, sex, addiction all explored in never-boring crystal clear language and quotidian detail
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rob mclennan Jul 4
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Munro's Books Jul 2
Signed copies of winner by Eve Joseph in stock now! Reserve yours before they’re all gone here:
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