Plummet

Feb 14, 2019 by

Take the plunge into a high-flying and hypnotic blend of heaven, hell, and high water.

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Dakwäkãda Warriors

Jan 17, 2019 by

Driven by a desire to help revitalize the language of Southern Tutchone, Pauls created Dakwäkãda Warriors, a bilingual comic about two earth protectors saving the world from evil pioneers and cyborg sasquatches.

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Taxi: Stories from the Back Se...

Jan 16, 2019 by

Aimée de Jongh, one of the brightest new talents in Europe, creates her first autobiographic work, focusing on taxi rides from four cities: Los Angeles, Paris, Jakarta, and Washington, DC.

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Wage Slaves

Oct 5, 2018 by

Wage Slaves is the autobiographical story of Daria Bogdanska’s determined struggle to build a life in Malmö, and how she found a way to succeed, against all odds.

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Aurora Borealice

Sep 20, 2018 by

Aurora Borealice by Joan Steacy ISBN: 978-1-77262-037-5 250 pages, 6.5×9, b/w, trade paperback $20 April 2019   A memoir...

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Chicken Rising

Sep 20, 2018 by

D. Boyd takes an unflinching look back at a 1970s childhood plagued by insecurity, bullying, and family dysfunction.

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Meat and Bone

Aug 14, 2018 by

In Meat and Bone, Kat Verhoeven winds these threads into an unflinching, beautifully illustrated exploration of how three Toronto women define themselves.

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The Cursed Hermit

Aug 3, 2018 by

Bizarre, funny, frightening, and heartwarming, this latest installment of the Hobtown Mystery Stories brings our teens one step closer to uncovering the haunting truth of their funny little east-coast village.

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Topp: Promoter Gary Topp Broug...

Aug 3, 2018 by

Collier explores the cultural landscape of Toronto in the 1970s and 80s, specifically focusing on the life of Gary Topp, a concert promoter and founder of the pioneering Canadian repertory cinema.

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