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Stone Woman
Stone Woman is a saga of Blossom's unconventional family of five women, whose lives are...
Rust Is a Form of Fire
Joe Fiorito spent 18 hours in total, over the course of three days, on the...
Writing Cultural Difference: Italian-Canadian Creative and Critical Works
Writing Cultural Difference is a welcome addition to Canadian literary studies. The publication of this...
These Shadows Remain: A Fable
Images overrun the world. Toons filled with rage and hate hunger for life. A war...
Prague Memories
The two short stories in this collection are steeped in the revelries and tragedies of...
Freeze-frame
This is a translation by two-time Governor-General's award-recipient Nigel Spencer of award-winning Quebecois writer Lise...
Max has been a freelance reporter dodging bullets in Latin America, a small-time newspaper editor who delights in infuriating his publisher and, finally, a flack for a communications company -- the elephant's graveyard for journalists. But none of this compares with the terrors of assisted living, so instead Max risks everything on something he's kept secret until recently: his increasingly unreliable ability to travel in time. In turn laugh-out-loud and poignant, replete with dark humour, sarcasm, wise-cracking characters and satire, this debut novel is going to ring some bells and stir some pots.

"On the rare occasions when he thought of time, he pictured himself on some sort of rocket-sled; the future and the present blurring by him, the past a short, bright rocket-flame pushing against his back. And, sometimes, Max could see just enough of what lay ahead to give him an... "
Max's Folly

Bill Turpin
2016
Max's Folly
Untying The Apron: Daughters Remember Mothers of the 1950s
Fabio
Unholy Stories
David and the Daydreams
Amor, Amor
La Fresque de Mussolini
The Daughter of Christopher Columbus
Le Putain
Only Prostitutes Marry in May
The Death of André Breton
The King of the Sea Monkeys
Mazilli's Shoes