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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.
An intimate look at one of culture’s most enduring taboos: public sex.
A wholly original feminist cookbook featuring over thirty recipes, each linked to a significant woman throughout history and from across the globe.
Heartsick, reverent, irreverent, and quietly political, Trinity Street is the much-anticipated fifth collection from acclaimed poet Jen Currin.
This edgy, often darkly comedic long poem considers the romanticization of addiction and mental illness via the romanticization of the Wild West.
Genre-blending stories of transformation and belonging that centre women of colour and explore queerness, family, and community.
A writer’s witty and surprisingly optimistic account of learning to live with Parkinson’s disease.
An entrancing novel about an exclusive wellness retreat on a remote Greek island hosted by a celebrity guru who is more than meets the eye.
In his wildly ambitious and darkly funny debut novel, Jonathan Garfinkel probes the fractured nature of identity, the necessity of lies, and the bloody legacy of the Soviet Empire.
Moving linked stories about the determination of Somali immigrants — despite duty, discrimination, and an ever-dissolving link to a war-torn homeland.
From internationally acclaimed crime writer Andrée A. Michaud, a beguiling story of trauma and lost innocence.