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
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 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.