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The Transaction
A property harbouring a gruesome secret goes up for sale. Two men--perhaps, the wrong men--are...
Nadine Ltaif's poems reflect deeply on the meaning of life, of regrets and the irrepressible...
An act of introspection, a lifting of the curtain, a gnaw at the jugular, a...
We Shed Our Skin Like Dynamite
In her debut collection of poetry, Conyer Clayton hovers in the ether, grasping wildly for...
Pictura: Essays on the Works of Roy Kiyooka
How do you write about an artist who refused to be contained? Roy Kenzie Kiyooka...
Against the Machine: Luddites
At war against Napoleon near bankrupt English mill-masters experiment with a new factory system acquiring...
A bored part-time college English instructor who teaches a class called "Humour in Classical Novels" to students who really don't care decides to try his hand at stand-up comedy, which takes him from his very protected academic world into an arena open to attack and persecution by his family, the public at large, the media and the courts. The novel explores issues such as political correctness/cultural sensitivity, personal and private space and social media, freedom of speech, huckster media, the notion of originality and most especially the nature of humour itself -- what makes something funny, what subjects are taboo...

"It's all out there in the ether swirling around like a giant dried cat turd waiting to drop on my head. Suddenly people are staring at me on the street, nudging each other, whispering: Look! That's him. That's Bruce Leonard. The piss comic."
The Comic

Stan Rogal
The Comic
Triplex Nervosa Trilogy
The Haunted Hand
The Quantum Theory of Love and Madness
Injuring Eternity: A K├╝nstlerroman In Twenty-Six Cantos
It's Attachment: A New Way of Understanding Yourself and Your Relationships
Squall: Poems in the Voice of Mary Shelley
Itzel II: A Three Knives Tale
The Foundations of Kindness
Shattered Fossils
Fish Wrapped: True Confessions from Newsrooms Past