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Yarn Bombing

When Yarn Bombing was first published in 2009, the idea that knitted and crocheted objects could be used as a political act of resistance was brand new. Ten years and thousands of public acts of yarnarchy ...

Swimming in Darkness

Pierre is a young man at a crossroads. He drops out of architecture school and decides to travel to Vals in the Swiss Alps, home to a thermal springs complex located deep inside a mountain. The complex, ...

My Art Is Killing Me and Other Poems

In her novels, poetry, and prose, Amber Dawn has written eloquently on queer femme sexuality, individual and systemic trauma, and sex work justice, themes drawn from her own lived experience and revealed ...

The Gospel of Breaking

In The Gospel of Breaking, Jillian Christmas confirms what followers of her performance and artistic curation have long known: there is magic in her words. Befitting someone who "speaks things into being," ...

Bronx Heroes in Trumpland

The Bronx Heroes take on their biggest foe of all, President Donald Trump, in this hilarious and boldly subversive comic book.

Astron Star Soldier is an astronaut/alien warrior who first appeared in Tom ...

Vanishing Monuments

A brilliant novel whose lead character returns home to their long-estranged mother who is now suffering from dementia.

Alani Baum, a non-binary photographer and teacher, hasn't seen their mother since ...

We Had No Rules

A defiant, beautifully realized story collection about the messy complications of contemporary queer life.

A young teenager stays a step ahead of her parents' sexuality-based restrictions by running away ...

You Suck, Sir

By Paul Bae
Categories: Biography & Memoir

The latest Robin's Egg book: hilarious and touching conversations between a teacher and his students.

What happens when a stand-up comedian teaches English in Vancouver's largest public school?

During ...

The Home Stretch

A moving, honest memoir about a man who returns to his rural hometown to take care of his cranky elderly father.

George K. Ilsley explores his complex relationship with his aging father in this candid ...

The Rat People

A shocking exploration of Beijing's notorious underground where over 1 million residents live: a sobering reminder of the human cost of capitalism.

In a relatively short amount of time, China has become ...