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Leper Tango
Leper Tango is an end of millennium tale of an ambulance-chasing lawyer who uses his...
Mankind & Other Stories of Women
Marianne Ackerman's second collection of stories for Guernica puts the focus on women, their ascent...
The King of the Sea Monkeys
Centered around a young high school teacher, The King of the Sea Monkeys is a...
Island of the Nightingales
These are stories of women searching for identity and place and purpose in an international...
My Father, Marconi
Merging both his scientific and personal lives into one compelling history, author Degna Marconi recalls...
Talking It Out: The October Crisis from Inside
In October 1970, Canada experienced incredible social turmoil. What political restlessness that had been keeping...
Taking an unconventional approach to autobiographical writing, this work serves as a double memoir, told in dialogue between a mother and a daughter. The conversation takes place in a medieval town high up in the Italian mountains, as the author, a Canadian writer, draws out her mother's childhood memories of life in southern Italy at the beginning of the 20th century. As they re-create that vanished world, the pair also finds greater understanding of the tumultuous relationships that sometimes exist between immigrant mothers and their children.
Italy Revisited: Conversations with My Mother
Rust Is a Form of Fire
Benedetta in Guysterland
Nobody Looks That Young Here
Summer of the Dancing Bear
Girls Closed In
Where Seas and Fables Meet: Parables, Aphorisms, Fragments, Thought
The Occidental Hotel
Melba's Wash
Zoo and Crowbar
Isabelle's Notebooks
Bridge in the Rain
After the Fireworks