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BC & Yukon: Budge by Tom Osborne (Anvil Press)

Budge, by Tom Osborne (Anvil Press)

Singing Me Home - poems by Carol Lipszyc: Singing Me Home is a collection of lyrical and narrative poems which take the reader through an autobiographical journey and which feature facets of self as memoirist, teacher, musician, and daughter of survivors of the Shoah. "Carol Lipszyc bears witness to her Jewish heritage, to nature, myth and the power of language in her striking and honest poetry." — Kate Marshall Flaherty, winner of the Great Canadian Poetry Prize $18.95

Singing Me Home - poems by Carol Lipszyc: Singing Me Home is a collection of lyrical and narrative poems which take the reader through an autobiographical journey and which feature facets of self as memoirist, teacher, musician, and daughter of survivors of the Shoah. "Carol Lipszyc bears witness to her Jewish heritage, to nature, myth and the power of language in her striking and honest poetry." — Kate Marshall Flaherty, winner of the Great Canadian Poetry Prize $18.95

I"AM READY TO TAKE THE LADY IN RED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD.......AND FROM ANY WHERE  I CHOOSE........IT"S ALL IN ME...&.....SAID BY ME

I"AM READY TO TAKE THE LADY IN RED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD.......AND FROM ANY WHERE I CHOOSE........IT"S ALL IN ME...&.....SAID BY ME

A Beautiful Truth - Colin McAdam - Ground Floor - C813.6 M113B 2014

A Beautiful Truth - Colin McAdam - Ground Floor - 2014

Moving - poems by Elizabeth Greene: This is a journey about the search for home: imaginative, spiritual, emotional, and actual. There are two lost homes—the poet’s childhood home—and her mother’s—a home shattered by her own mother’s illness and her little brother’s death at seven. "Like a true voyage, these poems make the return trip home, crossing over thresholds, on this far side of fear, with both the rush of an initiate and the pace of a seasoned poet." — Sue Goyette $18.95

Moving - poems by Elizabeth Greene: This is a journey about the search for home: imaginative, spiritual, emotional, and actual. There are two lost homes—the poet’s childhood home—and her mother’s—a home shattered by her own mother’s illness and her little brother’s death at seven. "Like a true voyage, these poems make the return trip home, crossing over thresholds, on this far side of fear, with both the rush of an initiate and the pace of a seasoned poet." — Sue Goyette $18.95

Eat Your Heart Out by Katie Boland • short stories, discovery

Eat Your Heart Out by Katie Boland (Short Stories from Brindle & Glass): With unsentimental prose and ironic dialogue, Katie Boland brings to life a variety of characters who all have one thing in common—a need for something more.

The House on Sugarbush Road, by Meira Cook (Great Plains Publications)

Crazy for CanLit 2012 - Scotiabank Giller Prize - Scotiabank Giller Prize

In the spring of 1966 Ken Leishman stepped onto the tarmac of the Winnipeg Airport and into the pages of Canadian history. By then, the mastermind behind the country’s largest gold heist had already gained Dillingeresque notoriety as a gentlemanly bank robber. Toronto headlines had spread the news about the brazen and polite ‘Flying Bandit’. This time, he almost got away. Almost.

Bandit: A Portrait of Ken Leishman, by Wayne Tefs (Turnstone Press)

On a warm spring day in June of 1914, two hundred and thirty-five men went down into the depths of the Hillcrest mine found in Alberta's Crowsnest Pass. Only forty-six would make it out alive. The largest coal-mining disaster in Canadian history, the fateful tale of the Hillcrest Mine is finally captured in startling detail by Stephen Hanon.

Devil's Breath (The): The Story of the Hillcrest Mine Disaster of 1914

All of Baba's Children by Myrna Kotash. A penetrating description of the lives of Ukrainian Canadians.

All Of Baba's Children by Myrna Kostash (NeWest Press): Boldly written, original, and intense, this is a controversial probing of the experiences of three generations of Ukrainians in Canada.

The Taste of Water, by Franky Dias (Life Rattle Press)

The Taste of Water, by Franky Dias (Life Rattle Press)

Sky Walker, by Susan Minsos (Dragon Hill Publishing)

n this rollicking tale, Mohawk hero Tehawennihárhos, aka Squire Davis, aka Sky Walker, rides through the turbulent and lawless days of 1845 Upper Canada.

I have often said it before but those of us who grew up near the shores of the Great Lakes have often taken for granted the influence Blue Water has had around us.   http://pacifictranquility.wordpress.com/2014/01/10/the-will-of-the-water-review-arguments-with-the-lake-by-tanis-rideout-2013-wolsak-wynn/

ARGUMENTS WITH THE LAKE by Tanis Rideout (Spring A triumphant lyrical portrait of two extraordinary swimmers: one destined for fame and glory, the other on a path toward obscurity and ruin.

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