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Stan Douglas: Abbott & Cordova, 7 August 1971

Stan Douglas: Abbott & Cordova, 7 August 1971, an art book on the politics of urban conflict, is based on the work of Stan Douglas, one of Canada's most revered contemporary artists. His film and video ...

Beauty Plus Pity

Beauty plus pity--that is the closest we can get to a definition of art. " -Vladimir Nabokov

In this tragicomic modern immigrant's tale, Malcolm Kwan is a slacker twentysomething Asian-Canadian living ...

language is not the only thing that breaks

In this extraordinary debut poetry collection, Proma Tagore's language is not the only thing that breaks explores the junctions between migration, race, the body, and desire. The poems in this book offer ...

Farewell My Concubine

Farewell My Concubine: A Queer Film Classic
is a thought-provoking consideration of Chen Kaige's acclaimed 1992 Chinese film set in the mid-20th century abouttwo male Peking opera stars and the woman ...

Fire

Fire: A Queer Film Classic delves into the controversial 1996 lesbian
love story by Indian-born director Deepa
Mehta. Set in a contemporary middle-class
Hindu household in the heart of Delhi, Fire is ...

A Feast for All Seasons

Traditional North American Native peoples'
cuisine has existed for centuries, but its central
tenet of respecting nature and its bounty have
never been as timely as they are now. Andrew
George, of the ...

After Canaan

Finalist, City of Vancouver Book Award

After Canaan, the first nonfiction book by acclaimed Vancouver poet Wayde Compton, repositions the North American discussion of race in the wake of the tumultuous ...

The 500 Years of Resistance Comic Book

The 500 Years of Resistance Comic Book is a powerful and historically accurate graphic portrayal of Indigenous resistance to the European colonization of the Americas, beginning with the Spanish invasion ...

Automaton Biographies

Shortlisted for the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize

Automaton Biographies is the first full-length solo poetry book by novelist Larissa Lai (When Fox is a Thousand, Salt Fish Girl).

With an ear to the white ...

The Reverend's Apprentice

The Reverend's Apprentice, the third novel by David N. Odhiambo, is a powerful, tragicomic novel about power, culture, and identity politics in contemporary America, as seen through the eyes of an African ...