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The Afrikaner
Zoe Du Plessis's story unfolds against the backdrop of 1996 South Africa, caught in the...
Summer of the Dancing Bear
Summer of the Dancing Bear is a historical novel about the "rite of passage"of 14-year-old...
The New Vine
In post WWII Italy, Passero, the son of a winemaker killed by the Nazis, commits...
Max's Folly
Max has been a freelance reporter dodging bullets in Latin America, a small-time newspaper editor...
Rust Is a Form of Fire
Joe Fiorito spent 18 hours in total, over the course of three days, on the...
Trinàcria: A Tale of Bourbon Sicily
Drawing on history and family legend, Anthony Di Renzo presents a tale of progress and...
Set in Toronto 1970, just as the FLQ crisis emerges to shake an innocent country, eleven year old Johnny Wong uncovers an underbelly to his tight, downtown neighbourhood. He shares a room with his Chinese immigrant mother in a neighbourhood of American draft dodgers and new Canadians. In a span of a few weeks his world seesaws. He is befriended by Rollie, one of the draft dodgers who takes on a fatherly and writing mentor role. Johnny's mother is threatened by the “children's warfare society.” Meany Ming, one of the characters by the rooming house is found murdered. He suspects...

"The police stayed on the street until it was dark. They put yellow police tape around the house. I was going to tell mother about the fight between Meany Ming and the Catwoman but she gave me some thing. It was a letter. She said it was from my useless... "
Letters From Johnny

Wayne Ng
2021
Letters From Johnny
Grave Dancing on Two Left Feet
The Sandwoman
The Lion's Mouth
Cardinal Divide
Melba's Wash
The Comic
The Ocean in the Well
Stay With Me, Lella
The Voyageur
Against the Machine: Luddites
The Death of André Breton
Sometimes It Snows in America