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Special Topics in Being a Parent

An illustrated guide of practical parenting advice informed by queer experiences for anyone doing the work of parenting, from the author and illustrator of Special Topics in Being a Human

Being a parent ...

Bad Houses

A boisterous collection of surreal, darkly humourous short stories that will delight fans of George Saunders and Kelly Link

From John Elizabeth Stintzi, the mind that created the daringly bizarre novel ...

Bad Land

A slow-burning story exploring the generational effects of repression and transgression, set against the raw, eerie landscape of the badlands

Regina is a socially awkward loner who is content to live a ...

Getting Glam at Gram's

A colourful and celebratory picture book that embraces all gender expressions through a fun family fashion show

Alex, a young person who identifies as non-binary, eagerly awaits Sunday dinner with all ...

A Perfect Day for a Walk

The stories of Vancouver and its communities as experienced on various strolls through the city, by bestselling BC author Bill Arnott

Vancouver, one of the world's top travel destinations, is a diverse ...

Vantage Points

A provocative book by an acclaimed writer-filmmaker that combines memoir and media as seen through a trans lens

Following the death of the family patriarch, a box of newly procured family documents reveals ...

All Our Ordinary Stories

From the author of Dear Scarlet comes a graphic memoir about the obstacles one daughter faces as she attempts to connect with her immigrant parents

Beginning with her mother's stroke in 2014, Teresa Wong ...

Something, Not Nothing

A poignant and beautifully illustrated graphic memoir about love and loss and navigating a new life

In April 2020, cartoonist Sarah Leavitt's partner of twenty-two years, Donimo, died with medical assistance ...

Finding Otipemisiwak

A Sixties Scoop survivor's journey back to her Nation and the truth of who she is

Otipemisiwak is a Plains Cree word describing the Metis, meaning "the people who own themselves."

Andrea Currie was born ...

The Coincidence Problem

From the heart of the city to the edges of the Arctic: a brilliant and observant essay collection by a modern flaneur

In 1990 writer Stephen Osborne and his partner, Mary Schendlinger, began publishing ...