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Of Sunken Islands and Pestilence

Restoring the Voice of Edward Taylor Fletcher to Nineteenth-Century Canadian Literature

Athabasca University Press
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Chromatic

Ten Meditations on Crisis in Art and Letters

Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies
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A Place Remote

Stories

West Virginia University Press
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Unforgetting Private Charles Smith

Athabasca University Press

A poetic setting of a World War I soldier's diary.

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The Canadian Alternative

Cartoonists, Comics, and Graphic Novels

University Press of Mississippi

Contributors look at the myriad ways that English-language, Francophone, indigenous, and queer Canadian comics and cartoonists pose alternatives to American comics, to dominant perceptions, even to gender and racial categories.

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Writing the Body in Motion

A Critical Anthology on Canadian Sport Literature

Edited by Angie Abdou and Jamie Dopp
Athabasca University Press

Over the last decade, a proliferation of sport literature courses across the continent is evidence of the sophisticated and evolving body of work developing in this area. Writing the Body in Motion offers introductory essays on the most commonly taught Canadian sport literature texts.

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Selves and Subjectivities

Reflections on Canadian Arts and Culture

Athabasca University Press

The self and the other in the works of Canadian contemporary artists.

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kiyâm

poems

Athabasca University Press

Contemplates language loss and recovery in the twenty-first century, by relating one woman's journey in learning an Indigenous language.

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Voices of the Land

The Seed Savers and Other Plays

By Katherine Koller; Introduction by Anne Nothof
Athabasca University Press

In this collection of four plays by Katherine Koller, the Canadian prairie drives and intensifies the actions of the human characters.

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First Person Plural

Aboriginal Storytelling and the Ethics of Collaborative Authorship

UBC Press

Focusing on the 1990s, when debates over voice and representation were particularly explosive, McCall investigates a wide range of “told-to” narratives that have shaped the struggle for Aboriginal rights in Canada, and asks what is at stake in crafting a politics and ethics of collaboration.

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Dustship Glory

By Andreas Schroeder; Foreword by Don Kerr
Athabasca University Press

Set in the Dirty Thirties, this prairie classic novel concerns Tom Sukanen's wild scheme to build a ship in the middle of a Ssaskatchewan wheatfield.

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Praha

By E.D. Blodgett; Translated by Marzia Paton
Athabasca University Press

Renowned poet E.D. Blodgett pays poetic homage to Prague in this collection of poems celebrating the legendary city’s rich lifeblood.

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Zeus and the Giant Iced Tea

Athabasca University Press

A dream-like voyage exploring Mexican cowboys, robots, and convenience store clerks, this collection shatters all preconceived notions of poetry.

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On the Art of Being Canadian

UBC Press

Drawing on a wealth of artistic expression, this book explores how the arts and artists have shaped Canadian national identity.

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Wild Words

Essays on Alberta Literature

Athabasca University Press

As the first collection of literary criticism focusing on Alberta writers, Wild Words establishes a basis for identifying Alberta fiction, poetry, drama, and nonfiction as valid subjects of study in their own right.

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Poems for a Small Park

Athabasca University Press

The powerful images and thoughtful metaphors in these short lyrics show readers the connections between Canadian nature (even within city limits) and the sublime, especially in the overwhelming silence we can sense outdoors – if we pay attention. The poet speaks to change by helping us see natural phenomena around us in a different light each time we read his poems.

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The Collected Poetry of Malcolm Lowry

UBC Press

This is the complete edition of Malcolm Lowry's poetry, in which the poems are located, identified, dated, arranged, collated, annotated, and explicated by biographical, critical, and textual introductions.

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Words We Call Home

Celebrating Creative Writing at UBC

Edited by Linda Svendsen
UBC Press

Gives voice to several generations of Canadian writers in their restless search for literary identity. - Calgary Herald

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