I. Another. The Space BetweenFront Cover
I. Another. The Space Between
By Jamie Reid

This selection draws from brilliantly impressionist early poems, a middle period of poetry relating to the author’s activist politics, and contemporary work suspended between the poles of the political and the lyrical, between the confrontation of the world of human affairs and the undeniable beauty of the earth and nature—the simple delight taken in life itself—with a clear understanding that the use of the word “natural” is almost always ideologically determined.


$18.95 | 192 pages | Pub. Date: 2004
6.00 W × 9.00 H × 0.5 D inches
Poetry | Backlist | Bisac: POE011000
ISBN 13: 9780889225121 | Rights: WORLD

Impeccable RegretFront Cover
Impeccable Regret
By Judith Fitzgerald
Introduction by Thomas Dilworth

Impeccable Regret travels terrain demonstrating that, as a result of the so-called postmodern impulses driving poetic discourse, culture has replaced nature as humanity’s defining context; that, within the paradigm of the twenty-worst century, the recollection of natural environments seems anachronistic or oxymoronic. The poems in this collection respond to the…


$16.95 | 80 pages | Pub. Date: 2015
6 W × 9 H × .75 D inches
Poetry | Backlist | Bisac: POE011000
ISBN 13: 9780889229495 | Rights: WORLD

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In the Dog House
By Wanda John-Kehewin

In emotive and yet wryly unsentimental tones, John-Kehewin lends her voice to many forms of suffering that surround enforced loss of culture, addressing topics such as alcohol addiction, familial abandonment, religious authority, sexual abuse, and the pain of mourning for loved ones. John-Kehewin does not spare herself when relating her own stories, even as she tells the stories of others that are so like her own, admonishing humanity for its lack of conscience in poems that journey from the turmoil of the Gaza Strip to rapidly dissolving ice floes …


$16.95 | 80 pages | Pub. Date: 2012
6.72 W × 9.25 H × .5 D inches
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ISBN 13: 9780889227491 | Rights: WORLD

InjunFront Cover
Injun
By Jordan Abel

Winner 2017 Canadian Griffin Poetry Prize

Award-winning Nisga’a poet Jordan Abel’s third collection, Injun, is a long poem about racism and the representation of Indigenous peoples. Composed of text found in western novels published between 1840 and 1950 – the heyday of pulp publishing and a period of unfettered colonialism in North America – Injun then uses erasure, pastiche, and a focused poetics to create a visually striking response to the western genre.


$16.95 | 96 pages | Pub. Date: 2016
5.5 W × 8.5 H × .35 D inches
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ISBN 13: 9780889229778 | Rights: WORLD

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inkorrect thots
By bill bissett

Winner 2003 BC Book Prize: Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize

When bill bissett thinks “inkorrect thots” anything can happen.


$17.95 | 136 pages | Pub. Date: 1992
6.00 W × 9.00 H × 0.45 D inches
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ISBN 13: 9780889223035 | Rights: WORLD

Inspecting NostalgiaFront Cover
Inspecting Nostalgia
By R. Kolewe

Taking its title from a phrase in a pop-up ad, Inspecting Nostalgia is R. Kolewe’s second collection of poetry that brings together found text and fragments of various writers’ work with scraps from his own journals. Kolewe’s concerns with “nostalgia,” derived from the Greek “nostos” (return) and “algos” (pain), forge…


$18.95 | 144 pages | Pub. Date: 2017
5.5 W × 8.5 H × 1 D inches
Poetry | Backlist | Bisac: POE011000
ISBN 13: 9781772011326 | Rights: WORLD

InternodesFront Cover
Internodes
By Ken Belford

Moving with nomadic grace across the terrain of his previous book, Decompositions, the poetic language of Ken Belford in Internodes shares similar roots, traversing decades at the speed of a search query – pressing onward through Hazelton, the Bulkley Valley, and the unroaded head-waters of the Nass River in the Damdochax Valley – and meanwhile coming to terms with a poetry that “is lived” on the rugged streets of Prince George.


$16.95 | 96 pages | Pub. Date: 2013
8 W × 5 H × .35 D inches
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ISBN 13: 9780889227927 | Rights: WORLD

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Intertidal
By Daphne Marlatt
Edited by Susan Holbrook

An early member of the avant-garde TISH group, which turned Canadian poetry for the first time to a focus on language, Marlatt’s career has spanned five decades and a range of formal styles and concerns. Intertidal: The Collected Earlier Poems offers Marlatt’s perceptual and Vancouver-centric work of the 1970s, her…


$49.95 | 608 pages | Pub. Date: 2017
6 W × 9 H × 2 D inches
Poetry | Backlist | Bisac: POE011000
ISBN 13: 9781772011784 | Rights: WORLD

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is a door
By Fred Wah

Winner 2010 BC Book Prize: Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize

is a door uses the poem’s ability for “suddenness” to subvert closure: the sudden question, the sudden turn, the sudden opening—writing that is generated from linguistic mindfulness, improvisation, compositional problem solving, collaborative events, travel, investigation documentary.


$17.95 | 120 pages | Pub. Date: 2009 | Edition # 1
6.00 W × 9.00 H × 0.29 D inches
Poetry | Backlist | Bisac: POE011000
ISBN 13: 9780889226203 | Rights: WORLD

It’s a Big Deal!Front Cover
It’s a Big Deal!
By Dina Del Bucchia

So many things seem like a BIG DEAL: fashionable clothes, food trends for healthfulness and coolness, personal turmoils, what someone else just said, the ever-charged political landscape, Instagram posts, extinct megafauna, avocado toast … the list could – and does – go on and on. Quirky, wry, sensitive, bitchy, and…


$16.95 | 128 pages | Pub. Date: 2019
6 W × 9 H × .75 D inches
Poetry | Frontlist | Bisac: POE011000
ISBN 13: 9781772012255 | Rights: WORLD