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Colours to the Chameleon: Canadian Actors on Shakespeare
The first work of its kind in Canada, this book explores 11 first-rate actors' perceptions...
Mad Hatter
When Christopher Brooke is arrested under Regulation 18B in June 1940, a slow process of...
Bewilderness explores urban and suburban wildernesses-- threshold places--in a darkly comedic, surreal set of prose...
How to Tell if Your Frog Is Dead: Stories
A tour guide leads a Valentine's Day-themed ghost walk, visiting the sites of horrific, yet...
Help Me, Rhonda & Other Stories
The fourteen stories in this collection are roughly evenly divided between those set in Israel...
McLuhan's Canary
If we are to live in this world and share in its experience, we must...
Melba's Wash is a rich telling of the archetypal search. In this fractured familial story, Esther Prat wraps her fingers with her diamond necklace and reflects on the secrets, lies, and pain that haunt her life, and makes her choice. Born on Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick, as an infant she is unceremoniously taken to Montreal, Quebec, to spend the first ten years of her life brought up in an affluent Jewish family. At the age of ten, upon the death of her “daddy,” she is without explanation not allowed to attend his funeral and is taken on a train...

"I am the ten-month-old baby that Melba Girling traded to her sister Flora for a black and white floor model RCA Victor television."
Melba's Wash

Reesa Steinman Brotherton
Melba's Wash
An Idea About My Dead Uncle
Sleepless Nights and Days of Glory
Travelling The Lost Highway: Poems 2011 -- 2018
The Perfect Archive
Extraordinary Renditions
Itzel I: A Tlatelolco Awakening
Asylum/ Ransomed: Breaking the Fourth Wall
Ten Letters to Montaigne
Canticles II: MMXIX
Gauguin's Moon
Telescope: A Story Cycle