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A rising literary star delivers a haunting exploration of the long-term effects of systemic violence.
A sexy, unforgettable story about love and longing in a time of chaos by Scotiabank Giller Prize–longlisted author Eva Crocker.
Seeking poetry’s futurity in a queer and female heritage, Erín Moure's newest work investigates the qualities and conditions of language and breath.
Brandi Bird's frank, transcendent poetry explores the concepts of health, language, place, and memory in this long-anticipated debut collection.
A Quebec bestseller based on the life of Michel Jean’s great-grandmother that delivers an empathetic portrait of drastic change in an Innu community.
A new novel from bestselling author Patrick deWitt explores the life of an ordinary man whose world is turned upside down by a chance encounter.
The prestigious and highly anticipated annual anthology of the best poetry from the shortlist of the 2023 Griffin Poetry Prize.
Police track a bloody trail to a grisly crime scene in the woods, uncovering a series of murders that appears to be the work of professional hitmen.
A journalistic memoir by a lapsed evangelical Christian that examines how the ecological crisis is shifting the ground of religious faith.
A spellbinding, spirited tale of two men exploring masculinity, race, and belonging in a desperate search to feel at home in their own skins.
With your face covered, sneaking into a city you thought you knew, are you still yourself? Or have you crossed to another world, where the streets are unpredictable and the people strangers, where you might at any moment run into some unknown dream version of yourself?
A young Asian immigrant mends her fractured sense of self in this exquisite coming-of-age debut novel about family, grief, and identity.