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The Alcoholic's Daughter
For Annie and Evan it was love at first sight. To the outside world, Annie...
Somewhere in the Stars
Taking place during World War II, Somewhere in the Stars is the story of three...
Rust Is a Form of Fire
Joe Fiorito spent 18 hours in total, over the course of three days, on the...
Expulsion & Other Stories
Expulsion & Other Stories consists of two parts: a novella followed by a group of...
The Sandwoman
Ouellette-Michalska's feminism is subtle. She understands that repression imprisons men as well as women ......
Telescope: A Story Cycle
Telescope is a story cycle about Lawrence Teitel, the protagonist of Living Room (Boheme Press,...
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
The Mezzogiorno Social Club
Middle-Aged Boys & Girls
Weather Permitting & Other Stories
Blessed Harbours: An Anthology of Canadian-Hungarian Writers
The Lion's Mouth
The Death of André Breton
Isabelle's Notebooks
Falsipedies & Fibsiennes
Embracing Serafina
A Father's Revenge
The Anthology of Italian-Canadian Writing
The New Vine