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  • eyes.

    a collection of poems by

    This collection of poems covers a wide range of topics—death, mental health, relationships, loss, substance use, nihilism—all from the perspective of an emerging poet. Rendered clearly, economically, and frankly, these poems show us, rather than ...


  • Don't Tell My Parents

    Queer Diasporic Truths by

    This book is my refusal to remain silent about the love that broke me. It is an unflinchingly honest collection of poetry that tells the story of how I developed a sense of self-worth through heartbreak and betrayal. It is the process of reconciling ...


  • Wolves on the Road

    Words of Land, Love and Loss by

    The phone rings and it is our neighbour to the east of us. There are wolves on the road again, heading our way. When we hurry to look, there they are–three wolves, bigger than you’d expect, trotting confidently on the packed snow in the middle. A ...


  • Before Language There Was Song

    Finding Nature's Truths by

    Have you ever thought about walking in a jungle, but were too afraid to do so? In Before Language There Was Song, poet Nicole McGrath takes you there, safely, on a journey of discovery, of the generosity, music, and colours of Nature, her jungles ...


  • Silences and Solitude

    by

    Silences and Solitude is a six-part collection of lyric and narrative poetry and one thirteen-page dramatic poem. It was written over a forty-year span and contains poems that are remarkable perspectives on extraordinary places. This collection ...


  • Vignettes In Verse ~ Expanded

    by

    Instead of serving time, let time be the servant, offering on the platter of progress an opportunity to slowly peel back the layers of your life, eventually coming to an understanding about what it is that brought you here in the first ...


  • To Hell And Back

    A Life in Addiction and Recovery in Poem by

    Do you know what it’s like to go to hell and back? For those of us who live through addiction, the experience is all too familiar. This was the fate of author Steven L. Massé, who spent the whole of his adult life—and much of his childhood—in an ...


  • Skunk in the Wilderness

    by

    I believe in God when I see a dandelion pressing through the rupture in the pavement. A tiny golden sun forcing its way through the darkness, hell-bent on growing. Recognizing the sacred in the everyday, protecting an ailing earth, opening to ...


  • Gifts of Insight

    by

    These short, lyric poems range from playfully haiku-like to candidly confessional. In them, Michelle reflects on nature, sensory experience, and her own personal journey through life’s trials and tribulations. The result is a call to interoception ...


  • A World Diverse

    Poems by

    Through prose and poetry, A World Diverse is a personal account of David Edmond’s 34-year plus career in the Royal Canadian Air Force. His inspiration to pick up the pen came after the death of his wife due to complications from Parkinson’s disease. ...