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Against the Machine: Manifesto
Mel Buckworth, dependable family man, loses his manufacturing job through recession. Having lost his sense...
Grave Dancing on Two Left Feet
At times a comedy of terrors, pitting the severe pogrom pain of one side of...
The Strange Scent of Saffron
Lower Saint-Lawrence, summer 1988. Looking to escape the violent grip of her uncle and twin...
Drawing Daybreak
Maria Caltabiano's poems are the result of years of ponderings and musings about life...
Manhattan Meltdown
Two men, no longer young, and friends from childhood, fly to NYC--each with a secret...
Anthony: A Composite Novel
Following a stranger hoping he's a long-lost friend. Breaking into a relative's home to retrieve...
Inspired by contemporary English language haiku, accomplished poet, Jude Neale, explores ordinary objects through both poetry and photography in her new collection, Inside the Pearl. These photos and haiku-like poems capture moments and memories -- recording and archiving, the history and treasures of Joy Kogawa House in Vancouver, Canada. The images range from colourful household items to grainy, black and white snapshots of times past, reminders of a most difficult period in Japanese Canadian history that still resonate today.
Inside the Pearl

Jude Neale
Inside the Pearl
A Good Name
Somewhat Absurd, Somehow Existential
Across the Face of the Storm
April on Paris Street
Romarcord: Flânerie, Spectacle et Mémoire dans la Rome de Federico Fellini
Reversing Time: One Boy's Quest to Change History
…And Along Came Alexis
The Enchanted People
Shifting Paradigms: Essays on Art and Culture
The Shade Tree
Mirrors and Windows
Of Love