Winner 2009 Ann Saddlemyer Award
The story of Pollock’s life from her family roots in New Brunswick through her pioneering years as a Canadian playwright to the present as she continues to make theatre.
$39.95 | 480 pages | Pub. Date: 2008
7.00 W × 10.00 H × 1 D inches
Non-Fiction | Backlist | Bisac: BIO005000
ISBN 13: 9780889225862 | Rights: WORLD
Davey reveals Atwood’s extraordinary facility with language as well as her mistrust of it, and offers a “glossary” of recurrent Atwood images and symbols that unveil the hidden level in her writing.
$18.95 | 178 pages | Pub. Date: 1984
6.00 W × 9.00 H × 0.5 D inches
Non-Fiction | Backlist | Bisac: LIT004080
ISBN 13: 9780889222175 | Rights: WORLD
Winner of 2018 Prix Pierre-Vadeboncœur
Finalist for 2018 Governor General’s Award for French-Language Non-Fiction
Finalist for 2019 Prix des libraires
In this exhaustively researched work of investigative journalism, Anne-Marie Saint-Cerny examines the causes and after-effects of the 2013 Lac-Mégantic rail disaster. When a driverless, out-of-control train carrying highly volatile crude oil decimated the downtown area of the picturesque town of Lac-Mégantic, it immediately killed forty-seven people and lead to the…
$24.95 | 336 pages | Pub. Date: 2020
5.5 W × 8.5 H × 0.82 D inches
Non-Fiction | Frontlist | Bisac: LAW117000
ISBN 13: 9781772012590 | Rights: WORLD
Olson once deﬁned “Muthologos” as “what is said about what is said,” which encompasses a breadth of discourse that would deﬁne the near and far range of where the poet’s mind went in a lifetime’s intent to go places. In this new compilation of Charles Olson’s transcribed lectures and interviews, we ﬁnally get all of what is preserved of a life of talk, allowing Muthologos to stand, along with The Maximus Poems, Collected Poems, Collected Prose and Selected Letters as one of the “standard texts” of this great poet’s oeuvre.
$39.95 | 496 pages | Pub. Date: 2010
Edition # 1
6.00 W × 9.00 H × 1.15 D inches
Non-Fiction | Backlist | Bisac: LIT014000
ISBN 13: 9780889226395 | Rights: WORLD
A collection of essays that are at once personal and political, covering a variety of topics, ranging from the author‘s tumultuous relationship with his criminal father and the ways writing can help us transform our own understanding to long-form journalistic dispatches from around the globe.
$24.95 | 232 pages | Pub. Date: 2019
5.5 W × 8.5 H × 1.25 D inches
Non-Fiction | Backlist | Bisac: BIO024000
ISBN 13: 9781772012323 | Rights: WORLD