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No Place Fit for a Child
The accomplished stories found in this book take the reader from Cuba to the Yukon,...
Nobody Looks That Young Here
This is Currie Township, Southwestern Ontario, where roads crumble, barns rot, jobs erode, marriages suffocate,...
Eye
Myth, folklore, and magic permeate the stories in Marianne Micros' collection Eye. Set in ancient...
A Second Coming: Canadian Migration Fiction
Migration stories are an essential component of Canada's historical/literary continuum; we need to know of...
Writing Cultural Difference: Italian-Canadian Creative and Critical Works
Writing Cultural Difference is a welcome addition to Canadian literary studies. The publication of this...
A Rogue's Decameron
A Rogue's Decameron consists of ten tales based within the spirit of Chaucer's The Canterbury...
A classic short fiction writer, Wade Bell lets his characters do the talking for him, electing to stay in the background. His style is simple but he's not afraid to pry open the heart of a character and expose it for all the world to see. Bell's latest collection features a young wife who deliberately sets up her husband to kill or be killed; a struggling artist who is picked up by a mysterious six-foot woman at a bar; a girlfriend called Jupiter Moon; and a drill instructor who gets his kicks ordering a seven-year-old to march.

"She was pinch-mouthed, somewhat paranoid and -- or, at least, as she'd often been told -- completely inconsiderate of anyone's feelings except, at times, those of her son ..."
Tracie's Revenge & Other Stories
A Place of Light
Island of the Nightingales
Bombay Wali & Other Stories
Writing Our Way Home
Kiss of the Beggar
Playing To Win
Faithful and Other Stories
Naked in the Sanctuary
American Stories
Vanishing Villages
Bittersweet Pieces: A Collection of Dutch Short Stories
Falsipedies & Fibsiennes