The story of a daughter's vigil over her father's death and her journey through grief in the aftermath of his decision to die with dignity. An unforgettable book, a poetically charged memoir read more
In the tradition of Marguerite Duras, Gunnars explores a multi-layered romance-between East and West, rural and urban, silence and words.
"A sparse but lyrical prose that fully engages the reader."-Books in Canada
"Magical,as delicious as the escap read more
Susan Ouriou has contributed to The Thirteenth Summer as a translator.Susan Ouriou is an award-winning translator whose latest award was the 2009 Governor General's Award for Literary Translation. She has translated novels by Quebec, Spanish and read more
Jill Gilbert doesn't like the high school Lovely Legs Contest. For one thing, it's sponsored by the football team headed by her brother. For another, the school newspaper s read more
Cheep Cheep's stepmother doesn't love him. When her own chick is hatched, she will not settle for anything but the longest and most important name. Against such odds, how can his life get better? read more
Nominee, Governor General's Literary Award for Translation (from French to English)
Karim h read more
A novel that travels through the life and mind of Alexander Graham Bell the man whose "little contraption" changed the way the world communicates.
"These fictions set the stage for revisionist possibilities by cracking the sacred seal read more
Life in her new neighborhood isn't going to be easy for Croatian immigrant Lucy Vakovik. Her mother has saved enough to buy them an onlyhouse: a single detached home. But to Lucy's friends, her mother says, "My sometime read more
Showing results for red deer press