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Melanie Jackson recasts Persephone’s mythological story in contemporary times

Death Drop is a short high-interest contemporary novel and one of several Melanie Jackson has written with amusement park themes.

David Starr’s historical YA novel captures the complexity and conflict of New Caledonia

David Starr’s historical YA novel, The Nor’wester, follows Simon Fraser’s journey through the eyes of a Scottish lad.

“I am drawn to the weird, to the dreamlike, to the absurd”: Stuart Ross on Anvil’s new surrealist poetry imprint

A Feed Dog Book aims to fill gaps in the spectrum of Canadian poetry with new surrealist works.

Robin Stevenson talks Pride and celebrating diversity

In honour of Pride Month in June, Robin Stevenson talks about her award-winning book, Pride: Celebrating Diversity & Community

Elizabeth Rains on Hepatitis Awareness and her incredible recovery

Was it wild parties and rough sex, the blood transfusions after childbirth and following a horrific car accident, or perhaps some other event during the freewheeling 60s and 70s that infected Elizabeth with hep...
The Killer Whale Who Changed The World by Mark Leiren-Young

Mark Leiren-Young: self-professed orcaholic and the whale who inspired him

Mark Leiren-Young is a journalist, filmmaker and author of The Killer Whale Who Changed The World, about the first orca ever held in captivity, after the harpoonist failed to kill the killer whale.