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Sweet Hope
Italians as indentured labourers in Southern cotton plantations at the turn of the twentieth century?...
Falconi's Tractor
Like his three siblings, 32-year-old Alfredo “Freddy Flowers” Falconi has led two lives: the idyllic...
Women and Lovers
A novel of loss and retrieval. The main protagonists are Agostina and Giulia, mother and...
William Hutt: Soldier Actor
William Hutt showed that it was possible to be a great classical actor without sacrificing...
After the Fireworks
Raymond Filip's subject is alienation, and he writes about it with a stylistic gusto that's...
Via Roma: Between 2 Worlds, 2 Men
A story of love and lust with philosophical overtones, Via Roma oscillates between joy and...
This powerful, beautiful book blends parables, aphorisms, dreams, fantasies, anecdotes, witticisms, puns, vignettes, and prose poems in a meditative and often passionate way. It takes the risk of being free in its style and form, to affirm the possibilities of thought, spirit, heart, humour, and imagination. Here B.W. Powe gives us his boldest, most soul-revealing work to date.

"You want to jumpstart vision. You want to take the nerve-edge of solitude, the keen point of loneliness, and make it so sharp that it cuts away the veils, and leads you on into the greater teeming world-soul. Only by mutation, a break, can you hope to swerve out from... "
Where Seas and Fables Meet: Parables, Aphorisms, Fragments, Thought
The Life of Mozart
Through the Sad Wood Our Corpses Will Hang
The Goat in the Tree
Moncton Mantra
Playing Naomi
Astoria
No Safeguards
Thieves Never Steal in the Rain
A Demon in My View
In the Claws of the Cat
Vanishing Villages
That Summer in Provincetown