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Itzel I: A Tlatelolco Awakening
The first of a two-part novel, Itzel I tells the story of three disparate characters...
Sleepless Nights and Days of Glory
Tragedy at Montreal's End of the World restaurant. A little marriage fatigue, a cottage to...
Colours to the Chameleon: Canadian Actors on Shakespeare
The first work of its kind in Canada, this book explores 11 first-rate actors' perceptions...
The Long Bond: Selected and New Poems
The Long Bond is a gathering of the finest work from six books over four...
An Idea About My Dead Uncle
A young, mixed-race composer, raised without meaningful connections to his Chinese heritage and struggling with...
Asylum/ Ransomed: Breaking the Fourth Wall
A flip book, Asylum/Ransomed features two separate titles. In Asylum, join Sameer in a classroom...
Roman poems set in the Piazza Navona that stage a fundamental encounter with both Rome and Italy, one that involves writing/desiring Italy. They experiment with a number of different voices and poetic styles and they present a montage of voices of diverse characters that range from an aristocratic flâneur whose drift-work is interrupted by a bold street-walker to an old poet in agony as a result of compromising his poetry by his compliance with Fascism.

"the earth is within me and now my dance has measure"
Thirteen Ways of Crossing the Piazza: Collected Poems
Mother's Genius
How to Tell if Your Frog Is Dead: Stories
Extraordinary Renditions
Mad Hatter
Telescope: A Story Cycle
Bewilderness
Travelling The Lost Highway: Poems 2011 -- 2018
The Perfect Archive
Footprints of Dark Energy
Tacet
Ten Letters to Montaigne
Canticles II: MMXIX