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This Book Is a Knife

An incendiary anti-capitalist response to the devastating impact of climate change

Despite the naysayers, climate change is a fact. We know that global temperatures are rising, that weather patterns are ...

a body more tolerable

Ferocious and vulnerable poems about redefining acts of creation, destruction, deconstruction, and recreation, from a singular Indigiqueer point of view

a body more tolerable is a collection of powerful ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...



A memoir of transformation and self-discovery that explores fetish communities from a gender diverse perspective

Transland is a fiery and revealing memoir that delves into ...

Any Other City

FINALIST, Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize (BC and Yukon Book Prizes)

By the author of Little Blue Encyclopedia (for Vivian): the fictional memoir of a trans indie rock musician that reveals how the act of creation ...

A Safe Girl to Love

A new edition of the acclaimed debut story collection by two-time Lambda Literary Award winner Casey Plett.

By the author of Little Fish and A Dream of a Woman:eleven unique short stories featuring young ...

More Sure

American Library Association Stonewall Honor Book; Trillium Book Award for Poetry winner; Gerald Lampert Memorial Award finalist (League of Canadian Poets)

A book of poems and interruptions, recording ...


Magodiz (Anishinabe language): a person who refuses allegiance to, resists, or rises in arms against the government or ruler of their country.

Everything that was green and good is gone, scorched away ...