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From Sojourners to Citizens: Alberta's Italian History
From Sojourners to Citizens: Alberta's Italian History brings to life the untold story of Italian...
Pineapple Kisses in Iqaluit
Ten years after her picture on a magazine cover made her nationally famous as The...
The Archeology of a Good Ragù: Discovering Naples, My Father & Myself
The Archeology of a Good Ragù offers a unique take on the recovery narrative. A...
South China Sea: A Poet's Autobiography
South China Sea is a poet's autobiography. Forgoing the props of conventional narrative, the book...
Higher Teaching: A Handbook for New Post-secondary Faculty
Higher Teaching is a practical manual designed for the new teacher in college or university....
Not In Vain You've Sent Me Light
Not in Vain You've Sent Me Light begins with a provocative, sometimes humorous exposé of...
The poems in The Language We Were Never Taught to Speak explore the many identities, both visible and invisible, that a body contains. With influences from pop culture, the Bible, tech, and Hong-Kongese history, these pieces reflect and reveal how the stories of immigrants in Canada hold both universal truths and singular distinctions. From boybands that show the way to become “the kind of girl a girl could love” to “rich flavours that are just a few generations of poverty away,” they invite the reader to meditate on spirituality, food, and the shapes love takes.

"“ WHEN YUHUA HAMASAKI WENT HOME” // when a Chinese drag queen finally / sashays into the Drag Race workroom our ancestors clutch their jade pendants but / no one says anything because / our men have been painting their faces and singing in soprano since / the Six Dynasties // * when my grandma performed / in 粵劇 1 / she... "
The Language We Were Never Taught to Speak
The Ocean in the Well
Il Vagabondo: An Urban Opera
Choosing Eleonore
buckled into the sky
Why Do You Look at Me and See a Girl?
Basilicata Secrets: A Culinary Journey
Quarantine of the Mind: Obedience Training for Adult Humans
Walking Leonard & Other Stories
Through the Waspmouth I Drew You
Chronicling the Days: Dispatches from a Pandemic
Living Dolls and Other Women