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Recent Awards & Nominations Jeffery Donaldson Winner, 2011 City of Hamilton Arts Award, Established Artist, Writing SS Atlantic: The White Star Line’s First Disaster at Sea Greg Cochkanoff and Bob Chaulk Winner, 2010 Dartmouth Book Award (Non-Fiction) Winner, 2010 D250 Atlantic Book Award for Historical Writing Winner, 2010 Next Generation Indie Book Award, Historical Non-Fiction True Concessions Craig Poile Winner, 2010 Ottawa Book Award, English Fiction Winner, 2010 Archibald Lampman Poetry Award The Top 100 Canadian Singles­Bob Mersereau Silver Medal, 2011 Independent Publishers Book Award, Performing Arts Swimming Ginger Gary Geddes Bronze Medal, 2011 Independent Publishers Book Award, Poetry For and Against Sharon McCartney Finalist, 2011 Next Generation Indie Book Award, Poetry I & I  George Elliott Clarke Finalist, 2010 Dartmouth Book Award (Fiction) Finalist, 2010 Acorn-Plantos Award for People’s Poetry A Passamaquoddy-Maliseet Dictionary / Peskotomuhkati Wolastoqewi Latuwewakon David A. Francis and Robert M. Leavitt Finalist, 2010 APMA Best Atlantic-Published Book Award Sanctuary: The Story of Naturalist Mary Majka Deborah Carr Finalist, 2011 Atlantic Independent Booksellers’ Choice Award YOU comma Idiot Doug Harris Finalist, 2010 Paragraphe Hugh MacLennan Prize for Fiction Finalist, 2010 QWF First Book Prize

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Susanne Alexander, Publisher s.alexander@gooselane.com Angela Williams, Publishing Assistant angelawilliams@gooselane.com

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Board of Directors Carmelita Thompson O’Neill, Chair Susanne Alexander, Vice Chair Julie Scriver, Secretary Ken Reimer, Treasurer Martin Aitken Partners Laurel Boone David Hawkins Gary Stairs Helen Thomas

Artwork by Roadsworth

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Goose Lane Editions acknowledges the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Government of Canada through the Canada Book Fund (CBF), and the New Brunswick Department of Wellness, Culture and Sport for its publishing activities.

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Quick pass back, lift the board, notice only now how yellow my fingers and shoes are. Back at my bike, stop for a beat, look around, ready to reach for the smokes. Straddle my bike, a couple of awkward steps over to drop the can in the pack, lift the pack on my back, portfolio under my arm. I push off, keep moving. Roadsworth

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Roadsworth with an Introduction by Scott Burnham In October 2001, paint was spilled on the streets of Montreal. A stark, primitive bike symbol, looking suspiciously like the one the city used to designate a bike path; a giant zipper, pulled open down the centre line of the street on a busy commuter route; the footprint of a giant, stomping through the city while people slept.     Inspired by a desire for adventure and galvanized by a loathing of car culture, Roadsworth got down with an idea that had been incubating. The time had come for him to articulate his artistic vision, to challenge the notion of “public” space and whose right it is to use it.   By 2004, Roadsworth had pulled off close to 300 pieces of urban art on the streets of Montreal. In the fall, he was charged with 51 counts of public mischief. It seemed to signal the end of his career. Instead the citizens of Montreal and lovers of his work from around the world rallied their support. A year later he was let off with a slap on the wrist.   Since then, Roadsworth has developed as an artist, continuing to intervene in public spaces and to travel the world, executing commissioned work for organizations such as Cirque de Soleil, The Lost O (cycled over in le tour de France), and for municipalities, exhibitions, and arts festivals.  In this playful and sometimes subversive book, featuring more than 200 reproductions of his unmistakable work, Roadsworth takes the urban landscape and turns its constituent elements on their heads, both indicting our culture’s excesses and celebrating what makes us human (lest we forget).

$29.95 978-0-86492-638-8 pb w/flaps September 2011 (Canada) 224 pages, 7 x 8.5 in. full colour Pop Culture, Art Rights held: World • Electronic ARCs • • • • • •

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So often a myth contains within itself a kernel of absolute truth — a codex, an epistemology: the stories of harps singing on their own, the music contained in the wood of their making; gods and druids who took their wisdom from the trees; acolytes seated at the foot of a banyan, or perhaps an oak, hoping for enlightenment.

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Theresa Kishkan, Mnemonic

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GWG The Story of the Great Western Garment Company CAThERINE C. COLE Remember pearl-snap Western shirts. Scrubbies jeans and denim jackets. George W. Groovy. Cowboy Kings. Red Straps? Take a trip down memory lane and relive the GWG story! Remember the slogans “Anything Goes,” “They wear longer, because they’re made stronger,” and Wayne Gretzky’s declaration that “I grew up in GWGs”? GWGs have been a cultural icon in Canada since the company’s founding in 1911. here, at long last, is the complete, lushly illustrated history of the Great Western Garment Company, whose products were staples for some generations and defined cool for others. This lavish book includes archival photographs, advertisements, product photos, and insights on the long history of this iconic Canadian company. Begun in Edmonton, GWG not only manufactured jeans, but also helped immigrant women support their families, becoming a model of management and labour working collaboratively. GWG eventually became the largest workwear manufacturing company in Canada, providing different styles of work and leisure clothing for men, women, and children; and for the military during both world wars. Although Levis acquired the company during the 1960s and ’70s and closed the last factories in 2004, the GWG brand remains a part of pop culture. It is firmly fixed in the Canadian psyche and still holds a place in Canadian hearts. CAThERINE C. COLE is an Edmonton-based arts and heritage consultant. her exhibitions and publications deal with Western Canadian labour and social and industrial history. She is the project manager and guest curator of the virtual exhibitions Piece by Piece: The GWG Story and Before E-Commerce: A History of Canadian Mail Order Catalogues and the author of Inventive Spirit: Alberta Patents from 1905-1975. $35 978-0-86492-641-8 hc October 2011 (Canada) | November 2011 (US) 200 pages, 9 x 9 in. colour, b&w, index Social History Rights: World 8 | NON-FICTION | FALL 2011

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What We Talk About When We Talk About War Noah Richler Over the last decade, Canada’s operative myth of being a peacekeeping nation has been replaced by that of the “warrior.” Through this rapid adjustment to our cultural mythology, the image of the Canadian soldier as noble peacekeeper has been transformed into the solider as confident and able war-maker. On the eve of Canada’s exit from Afghanistan and in the midst of new conflict in the Middle East, Noah Richler, expanding upon his provocative 2009 Antonine Maillet-Northrop Frye lecture, examines the oratory of war and how the governing narrative used by politicians, military, and media has evolved, transforming from the more sophisticated concepts of the novel into the bellicose and nationalistic category of the epic. This new framework, alongside associated jargon (victory, defeat, heroes, sacrifice) and clear absolutes of “good versus evil” have populated public pronouncements and media coverage, revising our national mythology and re-interpreting Canada’s military history. Travelling from the battlefields of WWI to the recent Haitian earthquake, Richler posits that our changing military narrative speaks volumes about our collective consciousness and how we have conceived and redefined the nation as we talked ourselves into, through, and ultimately out of our participation in war. • • • • • • • •

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Noah Richler made documentaries and features for BBC Radio for fourteen years before returning to Canada in 1998. He has been books editor and literary columnist for The National Post and has contributed to numerous publications, including The Guardian, Punch, The Daily Telegraph, The Walrus, Maisonneuve, Saturday Night, The Toronto Star, and The Globe and Mail. He is also author of This Is My Country, What’s Yours? A Literary Atlas of Canada. $19.95 978-0-86492-622-7 pb 978-0-86492-701-9 e September 2011 (Canada) 220 pages, 5 x 8 in. Politics, History Rights held: World

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Imaginary Line Life on an Unfinished Border Jacques Poitras Once, a single francophone settlement shared both sides of the Saint John River, until a political trade-off between countries split it down the middle. From that inauspicious start, the first boundary to be drawn between the two nations, has served as a microcosm for Canada-U.S. relations. For centuries, friends, schemers, and smugglers have reached across the line. Now, post-9/11, mounting political paranoia has led to a sharp divide, disrupting the lives and welfare of nearby residents. An elderly Canadian couple’s driveway touches the border, leading to a Kafkaesque overreaction by Homeland Security. The Tea Party political movement advocates complete border shutdown. Once friendly neighbours have become increasingly isolated from each other. In this timely exploration, Jacques Poitras travels the length of the border, from Madawaska and Aroostook counties through Passamaquoddy Bay to a tiny island still in dispute to uncover the arbitrarily drawn line that shouldn’t be there, almost wasn’t there, and can be difficult to find even when it is there. The stakes are high as New Brunswick and Maine re-imagine their relationship for the 21st century.

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Beaverbrook A Shattered Legacy $35 978-086492-497-1 hc $19.95 978-086492-522-0 pb 978-0-86492-553-4 e Rights held: World

The Right Fight Bernard Lord and the Conservative Dilemma $35 978-0-86492-376-9 hc 978-0-86492-598-5 e Rights held: World

Jacques Poitras works as a provincial affairs reporter for CBC Radio. His journalism has been recognized by the National Newspaper Awards and the Radio and Television News Directors Association. His book Beaverbrook: A Shattered Legacy, shortlisted for the BC Award for Canadian Non-Fiction and the National Business Book Award, won the 2008 Best Atlantic Published Book Award. $19.95 978-0-86492-650-0 pb 978-0-86492-703-3 e August 2011 (Canada) 320 pages, 6 x 9 in. illustrated, maps, index Politics, History Rights held: World

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Mnemonic A Book of Trees Theresa Kishkan

Keith Shaw

Warm, imaginative, and thoroughly original, this memoir intertwines the mysteries of trees with the defining moments in the life of novelist and essayist Theresa Kishkan. For Kishkan, trees are memory markers of life, and in this book she explores the presence of trees in nature, in culture, and in her personal history.

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Naming each chapter for a particular tree — the Garry oak, the Ponderosa pine, the silver olive, the Plane tree, the Arbutus, and others — she draws on Pliny the Elder’s Natural History, John Evelyn’s Sylva, and strands of mythology from other classical and contemporary sources to blend scientific fact with natural history and the artifacts of human culture.   Never pedantic and always accessible, Mnemonic  reveals — through one woman’s relationship with the natural world — how all of us have roots that intertwine with the broader world, tapping deep into the rich well of universal themes. In the words of Pliny the Elder, “Hence it is right to follow the natural order, to speak about trees before other things . . . ”   Theresa Kishkan is the author of eleven books of poetry and prose. Her essays have appeared in Memewar, Dandelion, Lake, Contrary, The New Quarterly, Cerise, and many other magazines and have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize, the Relit Award, the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize, and the Hubert Evans Prize for Non-Fiction. Her collection of essays, Phantom Limb, won the first Readers’ Choice Award from the Canadian Creative Non-Fiction Collective in 2009. An essay from Mnemonic won the 2010 Edna Staebler Personal Essay Prize. $19.95 978-0-86492-651-7 pb 978-0-86492-706-4 e October 2011 (Canada) | November 2011 (US) 260 pages, 6 x 8 in. Nature, Memoir Rights held: World

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Also by Theresa Kishkan

Sisters of Grass

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In her vibrant first novel Sisters of Grass, Theresa Kishkan weaves a tapestry of the senses through the touchstones of a young woman’s life. With strong, poetic language, Kishkan makes the past reverberate through the present in this richly patterned novel.

A wanderer arrives by chance on an island just off the west coast of Ireland. She soon marries the young owner of her stone cottage and thereafter discovers the relationship between the coastal landscapes of reality and imagination.

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Steel Cavalry The 8th (New Brunswick) Hussars and the Second World War LEE WINDSOR

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The story of the transformation of a horse cavalry unit into one of Canada’s most famous armoured regiments.   Twentieth-century warfare is epitomized by the image of Allied tanks growling across the countryside, engaging their Nazi counterparts. One of the most storied of such regiments is the 8th (New Brunswick) Hussars. Founded in 1848 as the first volunteer cavalry regiment in British North America, the Hussars began the Second World War as a Motorcycle Regiment before converting to tanks in 1941.   First posted to Italy in late 1943, the regiment was introduced to war near Ortona. They formed part of the great drive beyond Monte Cassino to Rome. But their reputation was forged at the Gothic Line and Coriano Ridge during two weeks that marked their fiercest and bloodiest trial of the war.   Lee Windsor is Deputy Director of The Gregg Centre for the Study of War and Society at the University of New Brunswick. His research interests focus on the 1943-1945 Italian campaign. Windsor served in the Canadian Forces Reserve for nine years with the Hussars and the West Nova Scotia Regiment. He was one of the principal authors of Kandahar Tour: Turning Point in Canada’s Afghan Mission. Steel Cavalry: The 8th (New Brunswick) Hussars and the Second World War is volume 18 in the New Brunswick Military Heritage Series. $16.95 978-0-86492-657-9 pb 978-0-86492-709-5 e October 2011 (Canada) | November 2011 (US) 120 pages, 5.5 x 7.75 in. b&w, maps, bibliography, index Military history Rights held: World Goose Lane Editions and The Gregg Centre for the Study of War & Society

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Tales from Under the Rim The Marketing of Tim Hortons Ron Buist A National Bestseller. Now available in paperback. “On a Rrrroll! You may not be familiar with Ron Buist, but you know his handiwork.” — The Ottawa Citizen A behind-the-scenes look at a simple business that became a Canadian icon. Tales from Under the Rim chronicles the rise of Tim Hortons, from its humble beginnings to a national institution. The recipe was simple: it took “one hockey player, one favourite barber shop, one former drummer, and one police officer” plus “the luck hard work brings” to transform a once unknown donut shop into one of Canada’s leading franchise operations. In this bestselling business memoir, Ron Buist shows how Tim Hortons became a second home to millions of Canadians. It includes the grass-roots marketing strategy that defined the early years, the Tim Hortons habit of listening to customers, and the whole story of Roll Up the Rim to Win, the no-frills contest that has become a defining feature of Canadian life. Ron Buist was the marketing director for Tim Hortons for 24 years, where he launched some of the best-known and most successful marketing campaigns in Canadian advertising history. An entrepreneur, author, marketer, and thinker, he is now a highly demanded motivational speaker. • Online promotional campaign • Author speaking engagements • Co-op Available

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Great artists give us new eyes. Looking at a bundle of asparagus at the grocery store, pale and streaked with swampy green and aubergine, I think of the brushstrokes of Manet. Glimpsing a student waiting at a crosswalk, her features a blossoming hybrid of intercontinental DNA, I recall the exotic sirens of Matisse. In the case of Jack Chambers, this heightening sense of vision has a lot to do with light . . . Chambers was a connoisseur of light — as his paintings and drawings and countless source photographs make clear — but he was also a searcher after its meanings.

Sarah Milroy in Jack Chambers: Light, Spirit, Time, Place, and Life

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Jacques Hurtubise Edited by Sarah Fillmore Showcasing the major career highlights and some of the most recent work of abstract painter Jacques Hurtubise, this lavishly illustrated bilingual volume captures the key works of Hurtubise’s formidable fifty-plus year career, many of which have never been brought together in a major exhibition or publication. This exceptional collection offers new insight into the development of Hurtubise’s work — from his early graphic abstract paintings in the 1960s and 1970s to his mask paintings to the brushy paintings and stencil work of his blackout paintings. His latest map-based work, which brings together the passion of his “sun” series and the exotic and hypnotic lines of his “masks” and “splash” paintings, and shows his mastery of the medium. An abstract painter who followed a generation of plasticiens, Hurtubise’s bright, geometric patterning has often prompted comparisons to Claude Tousignant, Guido Molinari, and Yves Gaucher. His unique sensitivity as a printmaker, his masterful brushwork, and repeated imagery sets his work apart as uniquely his own. Designed to accompany a major national touring exhibition that opened at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia in May 2011, this publication features essays by curators Sarah Fillmore and Bernard Lamarche; writers and critics Jeffrey Spalding and René Viau; and art historian Nathalie Miglioni. • National review mailing/ media relations • National print advertising • Exhibition tie-in • Online promotion

Sarah Fillmore is Chief Curator at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. $60 978-0-86492-662-3 hc September 2011 (Canada and US) 256 pages, 10 x 11.5 in. colour, b&w, bilingual (English/French) Art Rights held: World Goose Lane Editions and Art Gallery of Nova Scotia

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Hurtubise’s bright, geometric patterning has often prompted comparisons to Claude Tousignant, Guido Molinari and Yves Gaucher. His unique sensitivity as a printmaker, his masterful brushwork, and repeated imagery sets his work apart as uniquely his own. ART AND ARCHITECTURE | FALL 2011 | 21

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David Askevold Once Upon a Time in the East Edited by David Diviney David Askevold broke into the art scene when his work was included in the seminal exhibition Information at New York’s MOMA 1970, which cemented Conceptualism as a genre. He later became recognized as one of the most important contributors to the development and pedagogy of conceptual art; his work has been included in many of the genre’s formative texts and exhibitions. This illustrated volume takes readers on an eclectic journey through the various strains of Askevold’s pioneering practice — sculptur and installation, film and video, photography and photo-text works, and digital imagery.

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David Askevold moved from Kansas City to Halifax in 1968 to lecture at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. During the early 1970s, his famous Projects Class brought such artists as Sol Lewitt, Vito Acconci, John Baldessari, Dan Graham, and Lawrence Weiner to work with his students, focusing critical attention on his adopted city and on his own unorthodox approach to making art. He quickly became one of the most important conceptual artists practicing in Canada, and throughout his career, he remained at the vanguard of contemporary practice. David Askevold: Once Upon a Time in the East features essays by celebrated writer-curators Ray Cronin, Peggy Gale, Richard Hertz (author of The Beat and the Buzz), and Irene Tsatsos as well as several of Askevold’s contemporaries including Aaron Brewer, Tony Oursler, and Mario Garcia Torres. It accompanies an exhibition that will open at the National Gallery of Canada in October 2011 and will tour thereafter to the Confederation Centre of the Arts in Charlottetown and the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia in Halifax. David Diviney is the Curator of Exhibitions at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia in Halifax.  $50 978-0-86492-659-3 hc September 2011 (Canada) | October 2011 (US) 160 pages, 8.5 x 10.5 in. colour, b&w Art Rights held: World Goose Lane Editions and Art Gallery of Nova Scotia

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Jack Chambers Light, Spirit, Time, Place, and Life Edited by Dennis Reid Published to coincide with a major exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Jack Chambers: Light, Spirit, Time, Place, and Life is the first major volume to be published on the work of Jack Chambers, one of Canada’s most recognized and broadly influential artists. Featuring a selection of some 100 works including paintings, drawings, prints, and films, and materials from the artist’s extensive papers, the book focuses on Chambers’s own unique brand of perceptual realism, his use of light, place, time, and spirit, all of which were central to his work. A brilliant draughtsman and remarkable painter, Chambers spent his early adulthood travelling and studying in Europe, where he met Pablo Picasso. When he returned to his hometown of London, Ontario, in 1961, he found himself at the centre of a vibrant art scene that would become the backdrop for his films and the surrealist-influenced works based on his dream-like evocations of memory.

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This book draws on the large collection of the artist’s work held by the Art Gallery of Ontario. Featuring more than 100 colour reproductions, an extensive chronology, and a complete catalogue of the AGO’s collection of Chambers’s artworks, the volume also includes critical essays by Sarah Milroy, Christopher Dewdney, Mark Cheetham, Gillian Mackay, Ross Woodman, and curator-writer Dennis Reid, as well as unique personal reflections in a variety of forms by writers Michael Ondaatje and Susan Crean and painters John Scott and Eric Fischl. Dennis Reid is a professor of Art History at the University of Toronto and the former Director of Collections and Research at the Art Gallery of Ontario.

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& Iain Baxter& Works Edited by David Moos An artist of unusual brilliance, Iain Baxter& has demonstrated a radically open creativity and questioned the role of art both as consumer commodity and as a medium for cultural commentary.

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In 1966, he formed the N.E. Thing Company with his wife Ingrid as co-president to explore a new model of art making. Allowing artists to remain anonymous and masquerade as business people, the N. E. Thing Company produced art that encompassed conceptually based photography, pioneering works of appropriation art, and gallery-transforming installations. By the late 1970s, Baxter& was exploring a diverse range of media — Polaroid film, installations that blended painting and sculpture — and themes that would later become his creative credo, that “art is all over.” In 2005, he legally changed his name to Iain Baxter&, appending an ampersand to his name to underscore that art is about connectivity — about contingency and collaboration with a viewer. This comprehensive book reviews Baxter&’s remarkable career in all forms of media, including conceptual art, photography, and installation art. It accompanies a major international touring exhibition, due to open at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago in November 2011 and at the Art Gallery of Ontario in March 2012. Featuring more than 160 reproductions, it also includes essays by the exhibition co-curators David Moos and Michael Darling, and Alexander Aberro, Lucy Lippard, and others. It also incorporates a comprehensive bibliography compiled by Adam Lauder of York University. David Moos is an independent curator and the former Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Art Gallery of Ontario. $45 978-0-86492-646-3 pb November 2011 (Canada and US) 208 pages, 9 x 10.75 in. full colour, illustrated chronology, index Art Rights held: World Goose Lane Editions and Art Gallery of Ontario

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By the late 1970s, Baxter& was exploring a diverse range of media — Polaroid film, installations that blended painting and sculpture — and themes that would later become his creative credo, that “art is all over.” In 2005, he legally changed his name to Iain Baxter& to underscore that art is about connectivity — about contingency and collaboration with a viewer. ART AND ARCHITECTURE | FALL 2011 | 27

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Masterworks from the Beaverbrook Art Gallery Edited by Terry Graff J.M.W. Turner, Graham Sutherland, Walter Sickert, Lucian Freud — these are but a sample of the artists whose works were the subject of a highly publicized dispute between the Beaverbrook Art Gallery and the Beaverbrook Foundation.   Now for the first time, these major works are set to tour Canada and the United States, beginning in 2012. Accompanying this exhibition is this lavish publication, Masterworks from the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, featuring more than 75 colour reproductions of the works themselves accompanied by an  essay on the history of the collection by the Beaverbrook Art Gallery’s Chief Curator and Deputy Director Terry Graff and essays on individual masterpieces by six major writer-critics: art historian and Dali scholar Elliott H. King; James Hamilton, author of Turner: A Life; Richard Calvocoressi, director of the Henry Moore Foundation; writer-curator Angus Stewart;  and  art historian Katharine Eustace.    Rounding out the book is an essay on the history of the dispute with the Beaverbrook Foundations by Beaverbrook Art Gallery director and CEO Bernard Riordon. 

 

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$65 978-0-86492-642-5 hc January 2011 (Canada and US) 256 pages, 9 x 12 in. full colour, index Art Rights held: World Beaverbrook Art Gallery and Goose Lane Editions Also available in French as: Chefs d’œuvres de la Galerie d’art Beaverbrook 978-0-86492-665-4 hc

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The beginning I remember is this: my brother Percy on the old Hawkshaw Bridge. It is August, sunny and warm, and he’s in a white T-shirt and jeans, with his glasses tied tight around his head with a shoelace.

Riel Nason, The Town That Drowned

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Reading by Lightning The Reader’s Guide Edition with an afterword by Lisa Moore Joan Thomas   Winner Best First Book Award, Commonwealth Writers Prize, Canada and the Caribbean Amazon.ca First Novel Award

Bruce THomas Barr

Longlist International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award

 “A remarkable debut.”  — Quill & Quire   “Thomas’s prose is carefully considered, troubled, alert to the texture of experience and scenes of heightened anxiety.” — The Globe and Mail “A stunning novel, vast in its description of a family eking out a living in the dust and mud of a Manitoba homestead.” — Winnipeg Free Press

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For Lily Piper, life on the prairie is spare, austere, and tucked in. She is restless — not the daughter she feels her mother wants. When puberty hits, an abrupt shift in fate has Lily on her way to England to care for her aging grandmother. There, she experiences life in all its ambiguity, until she is called home to face a future she thought she had escaped.   Thomas’s prose is intimate, elegant, and devastatingly funny; her engrossing story of Lily Piper tells us something about how we make sense of the future when the future is something we can hardly imagine. Reading by Lightning, Joan Thomas’s long-awaited first novel, took readers by storm. A year after its publication, it had won numerous awards, found a large readership, and been selected by popular vote for On the Same Page, Manitoba’s one book reading experience. Goose Lane is pleased to reissue Reading by Lightning in this reader’s guide edition, complete with an afterword by Lisa Moore, an interview with the author, extended biographical notes, and more. Joan Thomas’s novels include Reading by Lightning and Curiosity, shortlisted for the Giller Prize in 2010. Her stories, interviews and book reviews have appeared in Prairie Fire, the Globe and Mail, and the Winnipeg Free Press.

$19.99 978-0-86492-664-7 pb 978-0-86492-716-3 e August 2011 (Canada and US) 320 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 in. Fiction Rights held: World

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The Town That Drowned Riel Nason Living with a weird brother in a small town can be tough enough. Having a spectacular fall through the ice at a skating party and nearly drowning are grounds for embarrassment. But having a vision and narrating it to the assembled crowd solidifies your status as an outcast. What Ruby Carson saw during that fateful day was her entire town — buildings and people — floating underwater. Then an orange-tipped surveyor stake turns up in a farmer’s field. Another is found in the cemetery. A man with surveying equipment is spotted eating lunch near Pokiok Falls. The residents of Haventon soon discover that a massive dam is being constructed and that most of their homes will be swallowed by the rising water. Suspicions mount, tempers flare, and secrets are revealed. As the town prepares for its own demise, 14-year-old Ruby Carson sees it all from a front-row seat. Set in the 1960s, The Town That Drowned evokes the awkwardness of childhood, the thrill of first love, and the importance of having a place to call home. Deftly written in a deceptively unassuming style, Nason’s keen insights into human nature and the depth of human attachment to place make this novel ripple in an amber tension of light and shadow.

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Riel Nason writes about antiques and collectibles for the daily Telegraph-Journal. Her short stories have appeared in The Malahat Review, The Antigonish Review, Grain, and The Dalhousie Review. The Town That Drowned is her sensational debut novel.

$19.95 978-0-86492-640-1 pb 978-0-86492-705-7 e September 2011 (Canada) 280 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 in. Fiction Rights held: North America

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Apologetic for Joy Jessica Hiemstra-van der Horst

“Poetry is everywhere and sometimes in books. This is one of these books. Simple words so close to real life, so accessible in their truth and so comforting in their unpredictable beauty. Truly poetry like we would like it to be. Always.” — Herménégilde Chiasson, author of Beatitudes “‘No one,’ Jessica Hiemstra van-der Host claims, has ‘the reins on radiance,’ but she is a poet stepping into the sun, wielding a magnifying glass. Her voice is a beam that sings and dazzles, and these are poems to set heart ablaze.” — Sachiko Murakami, author of The Invisibility Exhibit

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A lush collection from a unique new voice whose palette of subject matter ranges from artistic anatomy to dislocation. Hiemstra-van der Horst’s poems reveal a sensual awareness and an imaginative escape into intricately woven poetic worlds, rich in sensual detail and metaphor. Her gentler sketches of quotidian moments peel away to reveal an artist and poet whose careful observations of the world undertake the difficult translation to page and canvas.   Jessica Hiemstra-van der Horst is a visual artist and writer. Her work has appeared in several Canadian journals, including Descant, Room, Arc, and The Malahat Review. Her poems have also been anthologized in Approaches to Poetry: the pre-poem moment. $17.95 978-0-86492-631-9 pb September 2011 (Canada) | October 2011 (US) 118 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 in. Poetry Rights held: World

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The Time We All Went Marching Arley McNeney

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  Seduced by Slim’s stories of the privations of a cross-country trek that ended in the violence of an historic riot and tales of Depression-era work camps, Edie MacDonald has followed him from mine to mine, where he finds work and she cares for their son, Belly, in the thin shelter of canvas tents.   Until now. Edie has left Slim behind, passed out in an unheated apartment on the coldest day of the year. Boarding a train with Belly, she travels westward. When the train struggles through a snowstorm and possible calamity, the lens shifts between Belly’s perspective and Edie’s. Only then does Edie broach a crucial question. Should she leave Belly with his grandmother and strike off on her own? Or should she return to Slim, despite his boozy wanderings?   Vivid and evocative, with rich, convincing characters, The Time We All Went Marching is an episodic novel of storytelling, memory, and imagination — about a time in history rarely explored in fiction. Arley McNeney inhabits her characters with breathtaking conviction, reaching deep into the vulnerable solitude of individual perception while seamlessly holding her readers breathless. Mark her. Watch.   Arley McNeney’s first novel, Post, was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writer’s Prize, Best First Novel, Canadian and the Caribbean, and longlisted for the Saskatchewan Best First Novel and for the ReLit awards. An elite athlete, McNeney played on Canada’s national wheelchair basketball team from 2001 to 2007, winning two World Championships and a bronze medal at the 2004 Paralympics.   $19.95 978-0-86492-658-6 pb 978-0-86492-704-0 e October 2011 (Canada) 300 pages, 5.5 x 8.5 in. Fiction Rights held: Canada, US, UK, and France

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Nights, Slim would take her from the blindness of snow to the blindness of tunnels.

Arley McNeney, The Time We All Went Marching

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audio “ ” Come.Listen up.Let me tell you a story.

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A Link in the Chain LORNE BROWN

Drawing on his legendarily vast repertoire, Lorne Brown sings and tells us old ballads, family stories, ancient legends, and well-loved folktales. In both English and French, he makes us laugh and cry, challenges us to think, surprises us with littleknown facts — did you know that “When You and I Were Young, Maggie” is a Canadian song from hamilton? — takes us fishing on a famous logging river, entertains us with recitations, and has us singing along with his banjo.

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In this beautiful recording, Brown intersperses haunting tunes on his alto recorder with lullabies and literary tales, offering a collection of all that he holds dear: family, nature, the moon, the importance of friends, the almost spiritual experience of group singing, a respect for the past, and a love of Canada. Lorne Brown is proud of being a link in the chain and hopes it continues long and strong. Two of this three-CD set were recorded in the studios of the CBC Broadcasting Centre in Toronto; the third CD was recorded “live” at the now legendary Legless Stocking concert in Toronto’s Butler’s Pantry. LORNE BROWN is a singer of old songs and a teller of old tales. A co-founder of Storytelling Toronto and the founding editor of Appleseed Quarterly, he is now co-artistic director of the Legless Stocking. he has sung and told his stories from one side of Canada to the other. $30 978-0-9737397-8-7 3 CDs, 3 HR July 2011 (Canada and US) Storytelling Rights held: World

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Wild Apples (Curtis)

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Homer in Flight (Maharaj) 978-0-86492-220-5 18.95 In Love with Then (Robertson) 978-0-86492-137-6 14.95 Inishbream (Kishkan) 978-0-86492-287-8 14.95 978-0-86492-715-6 14.95 Interloper, The (Maharaj) 978-0-86492-155-0 14.95 Irrational Doorways of Mr. Gerard, The (Bauer) 978-0-86492-174-1 16.95 Jake and the Kid (Mitchell) 978-0-86492-523-7 18.99 Je t’aime Cowboy (Rigelhof) 978-0-86492-144-4 14.95 Kalila (Nixon) 978-0-86492-652-4 19.95 978-0-86492-699-9 24.95 Kite, The (Mitchell) 978-0-86492-437-7 19.99 Last Tasmanian, The (Curtis) 978-0-86492-317-2 18.99 Leaping Up, Sliding Away (Thompson) 978-0-86492-080-5 8.95 Life and Times of Captain N., The (Glover) 978-0-86492-297-7 17.99 Limit of Delta Y Over Delta X, The (Cumyn) 978-0-86492-176-5 14.95 Luther Corhern’s Salmon Camp Chronicles (Curtis) 978-0-86492-268-7 17.95 Man of Bone (Cumyn) (outside of Canada only) 978-0-86492-229-8 17.95 978-0-86492-290-8 17.99 Many Deaths of George Robertson, The (Little) 978-0-86492-124-6 12.95 Married Love (Thompson) 978-0-86492-077-5 8.95 Midnight Sun (Osgood) 978-0-86492-434-6 22.95 Nettle Spinner, The (Kuitenbrouwer) 978-0-86492-422-3 21.95 978-0-86492-595-4 21.95 On the Eighth Day (Maillet) 978-0-86492-454-4 19.99 One Indian Summer (Curtis) 978-0-86492-151-2 14.95 Opium Lady, The (Soper-Cook) 978-0-86492-370-7 ­­19.95 Orange from Portugal, An (Simpson) 978-0-86492-345-5 19.95 Overnight Sensation (Curran) 978-0-86492-292-2 19.95 Pélagie (Maillet/Stratford) 978-0-86492-405-6 19.99 Perfecting (Kuitenbrouwer) 978-0-86492-515-2 22.95 978-0-86492-580-0 22.95 Players, The (Sweatman) 978-0-86492-518-3 22.95 978-0-86492-689-0 22.95 Precious (Glover) 978-0-86492-414-8 19.99 Push and the Pull, The (Whetter) 978-0-86492-507-7 21.95 978-0-86492-596-1 21.95

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Reading by Lightning (Thomas) 978-0-86492-512-1 22.95 22.95 pb 978-0-86492-583-1 22.95 22.95 E Reading by Lightning: Reader’s Guide Edition (Thomas) 978-0-86492-664-7 19.99 19.99 pb 978-0-86492-716-3 19.99 19.99 E Republic of Nothing, The (Choyce) 978-0-86492-493-3 19.99 16.99 pb 978-0-86492-597-8 19.99 19.99 E Sad Eye, The (Burningham) 978-0-86492-093-5 14.95 12.95 pb Sagouine, La (Maillet/Grady) 978-0-86492-415-5 18.99 14.99 pb Samara the Wholehearted (Bauer) 978-0-86492-103-1 14.95 12.95 pb Season of Apples (Copeland) 978-0-86492-210-6 15.95 13.95 pb Sharp Tooth in the Fur, A (Whetter) 978-0-86492-353-0 19.95 16.95 pb Silent Partner, The (Curtis) 978-0-86492-214-4 16.95 14.95 pb Sisters of Grass (Kishkan) 978-0-86492-288-5 18.95 15.95 pb 978-0-86492-714-9 18.95 15.95 E Something Drastic (Curran) 978-0-86492-171-0 16.95 14.95 pb South Will Rise at Noon, The (Glover) 978-0-86492-408-7 19.99 16.99 pb Spy in My House, A (Langdon) 978-0-86492-065-2 7.95 6.95 pb Strange Bodies on a Stranger Shore (Copeland) 978-0-86492-143-7 14.95 12.95 pb Strange Heaven (Coady) 978-0-86492-230-4 17.95 14.95 pb 978-0-86492-617-3 19.99 17.99 pb 978-0-86492-691-3 19.99 19.99 E Strong Hollow (Little) 978-0-86492-308-0 19.95 16.95 pb 978-0-86492-351-6 19.99 16.99 pb STU Reader, The (Vipond, Hunt) 978-0-86492-613-5 19.95 17.95 pb Summer of Apartment X, The (Choyce) 978-0-86492-270-0 14.95 12.95 pb Swimming Toward the Light (Clark) 978-0-86492-346-2 18.99 N/A pb Tale of Don L’Orignal, The (Maillet/Godard) 978-0-86492-419-3 16.95 14.95 pb Tattycoram (Thomas) 978-0-86492-431-5 29.95 29.95 hc 978-0-86492-587-9 29.95 29.95 E Tent of Blue (Preston) 978-0-86492-342-4 22.95 18.95 pb Therefore Choose (Oatley) 978-0-86492-616-6 22.95 22.95 pb 978-0-86492-690-6 22.95 22.95 E Tide Road (Compton) 978-0-86492-635-7 19.95 N/A pb 978-0-86492-700-2 19.95 N/A E Time of Her Life, The (Helwig) 978-0-86492-286-1 22.95 18.95 pb Time We All Went Marching, The (McNeney) 978-0-86492-658-6 19.95 N/A pb 978-0-86492-704-0 19.95 N/A E To Scatter Stones (Dohaney) 978-0-86492-440-7 18.99 13.99 pb

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Town That Drowned, The (Nason) 978-0-86492-640-1 978-0-86492-705-7 Violin Lover, The (Glickman) 978-0-86492-433-9 978-0-86492-601-2 Wanton Troopers, The (Nowlan) 978-0-86492-083-6 978-0-86492-546-6 978-0-86492-694-4 Waterborne (Soper-Cook) 978-0-86492-307-3 Way Up (Kuitenbrouwer) 978-0-86492-368-4 We Are Not in Pakistan (Baldwin) 978-0-86492-488-9 978-0-86492-608-1 Wind Seller, The (Preston) 978-0-86492-432-2 978-0-86492-602-9 World Enough (Choyce) 978-0-86492-246-5 YOU comma Idiot (Harris) 978-0-86492-630-2 978-0-86492-695-1

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HISTORY & Folklore ISBN CDN US Format Agnes Warner and the Nursing Sisters of the Great War (Quinn) 978-0-86492-633-3 16.95 16.95 pb Amazing Medical Stories (Burden, Grant) 978-0-86492-347-9 14.95 12.95 pb 978-0-86492-550-3 14.95 14.95 E As You Were: The Tragedy at Valcartier (Fostaty) 978-0-86492-648-7 19.95 19.95 pb 978-0-86492-707-1 19.95 19.95 E Bamboo Cage (Wyse) 978-0-86492-534-3 16.95 14.95 pb 978-0-86492-552-7 16.95 14.95 E Battle for the Bay: The Naval War of 1812 (Smith) 978-0-86492-653-1 16.95 16.95 pb Beaverbrook (Poitras) 978-0-86492-497-1 35.00 30.00 hc 978-0-86492-522-0 19.95 19.95 pb 978-0-86492-553-4 19.95 19.95 E Bitter Harvest of War, The (Theobald) 978-0-86492-511-4 16.95 16.95 pb 978-0-86492-590-9 16.95 16.95 E Camera on the Banks, A (Taylor) 978-0-86492-441-4 24.95 19.95 pb Canada’s Black Watch (Falconer) 978-0-86492-521-3 35.00 35.00 hc Canadians at War: The Battlefields of World War I (Shaw) 978-0-86492-654-8 24.95 24.95 pb Captured Hearts: New Brunswick’s War Brides (Jarratt) 978-0-86492-519-0 16.95 16.95 pb 978-0-86492-557-2 16.95 16.95 E Crime and Policing in Maritime Canada (McGahan) 978-0-86492-085-0 24.95 19.95 hc 978-0-86492-081-2 14.95 12.95 pb D-Day to Carpiquet (Milner) 978-0-86492-489-6 16.95 14.95 pb 978-0-86492-559-6 16.95 14.95 E Desperate Stages (Mullaly) 978-0-86492-067-6 9.95 7.95 pb

Fit to Print (Grant) 978-0-86492-073-7 12.95 9.95 pb Ganong (Folster) 978-0-86492-480-3 24.95 24.95 hc Great Maritime Achievers in Science and Technology (MacBeath) 978-0-86492-380-6 14.95 12.95 pb 978-0-86492-568-8 14.95 12.95 E Great Maritime Inventions, 1833-1950 (Theriault) 978-0-86492-324-0 12.95 10.95 pb Hope Restored (Dallison) 978-0-86492-371-4 14.95 12.95 pb 978-0-86492-573-2 14.95 12.95 E Hurricane Pilot (Wilson) 978-0-86492-499-5 16.95 14.95 pb 978-0-86492-574-9 16.95 14.95 E Imaginary Line: Life on an Unfinished Border (Poitras) 978-0-86492-650-0 19.95 N/A pb 978-0-86492-703-3 19.95 N/A E Larry Gorman: The Man Who Made the Songs (Ives) 978-0-86492-152-9 16.95 14.95 pb Lost Land of Moses (Thomas) 978-0-86492-293-9 19.95 16.95 pb New Brunswick and the Navy (Milner, Leonard) 978-0-86492-632-6 16.95 16.95 pb Riding into War (Johnston) 978-0-86492-412-4 14.95 12.95 pb 978-0-86492-584-8 14.95 12.95 E Road to Canada, The (Campbell) 978-0-86492-426-1 14.95 12.95 pb 978-0-86492-599-2 14.95 12.95 E Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo (Falconer) 978-0-86492-620-3 35.00 32.95 hc SS Atlantic (Cochkanoff, Chaulk) 978-0-86492-528-2 24.95 19.95 pb Saint John Fortifications, 1630-1956 (Sarty, Knight) 978-0-86492-373-8 16.95 14.95 pb 978-0-86492-586-2 16.95 14.95 E Siege of Fort Beauséjour, 1755, The (Hand) 978-0-86492-377-6 14.95 12.95 pb 978-0-86492-600-5 14.95 12.95 E Steel Cavalry: The 8th (New Brunswick) Hussars and the Second World War (Windsor) 978-0-86492-657-9 16.95 16.95 pb 978-0-86492-709-5 16.95 16.95 E Summers in St. Andrews (Walker) 978-0-86492-456-8 24.95 19.95 pb Tracking Doctor Lonecloud (Whitehead) 978-0-86492-356-1 19.95 16.95 pb Travel Journals of Tappan Adney, The: 1887-1890 (Behne) 978-0-86492-628-9 16.95 16.95 pb Trimming Yankee Sails (Kert) 978-0-86492-442-1 16.95 14.95 pb 978-0-86492-604-3 16.95 14.95 E Turning Back the Fenians (Dallison) 978-0-86492-461-2 16.95 14.95 pb 978-0-86492-605-0 16.95 14.95 E Uncle Cy’s War (Teed) 978-0-86492-542-8 18.95 16.95 pb Wanderlust (Paquet) 978-0-86492-445-2 19.95 N/A pb 978-0-86492-606-7 19.95 N/A E War on the Home Front (Parenteau, Dutcher) 978-0-86492-451-3 16.95 14.95 pb 978-0-86492-607-4 16.95 14.95 E

With All Her Might: The Life of Gertrude Harding, Militant Suffragette (Wilson) 978-0-86492-184-0 17.95 N/A pb 978-0-86492-611-1 17.95 17.95 E HUMOUR ISBN CDN US Format 50 Things to Make with a Broken Hockey Stick (Manchester) 978-0-86492-358-5 14.95 12.95 pb Elephant Talks to God, The (Estey) 978-0-86492-459-9 16.95 12.95 pb 978-0-86492-593-0 16.95 16.95 E Fabulous Fabrications from Busted Hockey Gear (Manchester) 978-0-86492-413-1 14.95 12.95 pb Going Fast (McCluskey) 978-0-86492-525-1 22.95 16.95 pb 978-0-86492-566-4 22.95 22.95 E Luther Corhern’s Salmon Camp Chronicles (Curtis) 978-0-86492-268-7 17.95 14.95 pb NATURE & OUTDOORS ISBN CDN US Format Biking to Blissville (Thompson) 978-0-86492-154-3 14.95 12.95 pb Birding in New Brunswick (Burrows) 978-0-86492-618-0 27.95 24.95 pb Birds of a Feather (Johns) 978-0-86492-430-8 19.95 14.95 pb 978-0-86492-554-1 19.95 19.95 E Bugging the Atlantic Salmon (Brislain) 978-0-86492-161-1 14.95 12.95 pb Hiking Trails of New Brunswick, 3rd Edition (Eiselt, Eiselt) 978-0-86492-455-1 19.95 19.95 pb Hiking Trails of Nova Scotia, 8th Edition (Haynes) 978-0-86492-291-5 19.95 16.95 pb Hiking Trails of Ottawa (Haynes) 978-0-86492-484-1 19.95 17.95 pb Hurricanes 978-0-86492-453-7 16.95 14.95 pb Mnemonic: A Book of Trees (Kishkan) 978-0-86492-651-7 19.95 19.95 pb 978-0-86492-706-4 19.95 19.95 E Paddling in Paradise: Sea Kayaking Adventures in Atlantic Canada (Hughes) 978-0-86492-340-0 19.95 16.95 pb Safe and Sound (Snow) 978-0-86492-222-9 9.95 7.95 pb 978-0-86492-585-5 9.95 7.95 E Salmon Country: New Brunswick’s Great Angling Rivers (Underhill, Gallant, Héroux) 978-0-86492-629-6 45.00 45.00 hc Sanctuary: The Story of Naturalist Mary Majka (Carr) 978-0-86492-624-1 19.95 19.95 pb Trails of Fredericton (Thorpe) 978-0-86492-235-9 12.95 9.95 pb Trails of Greater Moncton (Merlin) 978-0-86492-349-3 14.95 12.95 pb Trails of Halifax Regional Municipality, 2nd Edition (Haynes) 978-0-86492-614-2 16.95 14.95 pb Travel Journals of Tappan Adney, The: 1887-1890 (Behne) 978-0-86492-628-9 16.95 16.95 pb Waterfalls of New Brunswick (Guitard) 978-0-86492-543-5 24.95 24.95 pb Waterfalls of New Brunswick: A Guide (Guitard) 978-0-86492-615-9 19.95 18.95 pb Wild Apples (Curtis) 978-0-86492-485-8 18.95 16.95 pb 978-0-86492-610-4 18.95 18.95 E

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Wings Over the Sea: The Story of Allan Moses (Ingersoll) 978-0-86492-101-7 15.95 12.95 pb Woodlands Canoeing (Sparkman) 978-0-86492-234-2 16.95 14.95 pb 978-0-86492-612-8 16.95 14.95 E POETRY ISBN CDN US Format ­Anything but the Moon (Sipos) 978-0-86492-427-8 17.95 ­­­14.95 pb Apologetic for Joy (Hiemstra-van der Horst) 978-0-86492-631-9 17.95 17.95 pb Athena Becomes a Swallow (MacLaine) 978-0-86492-538-1 17.95 14.95 pb Beatitudes (Chiasson/Elder) 978-0-86492-486-5 19.95 16.95 pb Beauty of It, The (Colson) 978-0-920110-89-8 4.95 3.95 pb Behind the Orchestra (Trujillo) 978-0-86492-053-9 7.95 6.95 pb Brush and Trunks (Welch) 978-0-86492-011-9 6.95 5.95 pb Certifiable (Mordecai) 978-0-86492-295-3 16.95 14.95 pb Champ (Burkman) 978-0-86492-058-4 6.95 5.95 pb Charge (Faulkner) 978-0-86492-020-1 3.95 2.95 pb Climates (Chiasson/Elder, Cogswell) 978-0-86492-274-8 16.95 14.95 pb Coastlines (Compton, Hutchman, Leckie, McGrath) 978-0-86492-313-4 22.95 18.95 pb­­­­­­­­­ Conception of Winter, The (Harris) 978-0-86492-163-5 12.95 10.95 pb Conversations (Chiasson/Elder, Cogswell) 978-0-86492-319-6 18.95 16.95 pb Customers (Trainer) 978-0-86492-036-2 6.95 5.95 pb Cutting the Devil’s Throat (Steeves) 978-0-86492-252-6 12.95 10.95 pb Dipped in Shadow (Harris) 978-0-86492-186-4 12.95 10.95 pb Drawing Down a Daughter (Harris) 978-0-86492-496-4 17.95 14.95 pb Drunken Lovely Bird, The (Sinclair) 978-0-86492-411-7 17.95 14.95 pb Earth Moth (Sanger) 978-0-86492-113-0 12.95 10.95 pb Echoes in Silence (Keith) 978-0-86492-123-9 12.95 10.95 pb Evangeline (Longfellow) 978-0-86492-406-3 19.95 16.95 hc Fables from the Women’s Quarters (Harris) 978-0-86492-179-6 12.95 10.95 pb Falsework (Geddes) 978-0-86492-498-8 19.95 N/A pb Flying Blind (Geddes) 978-0-86492-232-8 12.95 10.95 pb For and Against (McCartney) 978-0-86492-539-8 17.95 16.95 pb Glassblowers, The (Sipos) 978-0-86492-540-4 17.95 16.95 pb Good-bye to the Sugar Refinery (Wheatley) 978-0-86492-089-8 7.95 6.95 pb Gophers and Swans (Hauser) 978-0-86492-005-8 4.95 3.95 pb Guesswork (Donaldson) 978-0-86492-621-0 17.95 17.95 pb

Hidden River Poems (Cooper) 978-0-86492-016-4 3.95 2.95 High Marsh Road (Lochhead) 978-0-86492-192-5 14.95 12.95 Hinge of Spring, A (Wheatley) 978-0-86492-076-8 7.95 6.95 Homage to Henry Alline and Other Poems (Lochhead) 978-0-86492-125-3 12.95 10.95 Hunt on the Lagoon, The (Zitner) 978-0-86492-446-9 17.95 14.95 I & I (Clarke) 978-0-86492-513-8 22.95 22.95 Imperfect Penance (Parry) 978-0-86492-517-6 17.95 17.95 In the Flight of Stars (Roberts) 978-0-86492-097-3 19.95 16.95 In the Scaffolding (Miller) 978-0-86492-425-4 17.95 14.95 In This House Are Many Women and Other Poems (Fitch) 978-0-86492-416-2 19.95 16.95 Is That You This is Me (Bradbury, Hooper) 978-0-86492-028-7 6.95 4.95 John Thompson (Sanger) 978-0-86492-145-1 18.95 16.95 Karenin Sings the Blues (McCartney) 978-0-86492-372-1 19.95 16.95 Knowledge in the Hands (Prince) 978-0-86492-180-2 12.95 10.95 Landscape Turned Sideways (Trainer) 978-0-86492-087-4 14.95 12.95 M Poems, The (Gourlay) 978-0-86492-038-6 7.95 4.95 Midland (Dawes) 978-0-86492-299-1 16.95 N/A Mountain Road, The (Woodcock) 978-0-920110-98-0 5.95 4.95 Now, the Memory (Gotro) 978-0-86492-049-2 7.95 6.95 Octaves of Narcissus (Harper) 978-0-86492-023-2 6.95 4.95 One (Thibodeau/Elder) 978-0-86492-533-6 16.95 14.95 Outlines of Our Warm Bodies, The (Jasper) 978-0-86492-120-8 9.95 7.95 Pallikari of Nesmine Rifat, The (Solway) 978-0-86492-424-7 17.95 14.95 Paradigms (Hawkes) 978-0-86492-032-4 6.95 5.95 Planet Harbor (Bartlett) 978-0-86492-102-4 8.95 7.95 Poems for the Committee on Antarctic Names (Peerbaye) 978-0-86492-536-7 17.95 14.95 Poems New and Selected (Candelaria) 978-0-86492-029-4 7.95 6.95 Post-Sixties Nocturne (di Cicco) 978-0-86492-050-8 6.95 5.95 Reckonings (Lane) 978-0-86492-071-3 7.95 6.95 Resisting the Anomie (Dawes) 978-0-86492-147-5 12.95 10.95 Rooms (Trujillo) 978-0-86492-098-0 7.95 6.95 Scare in the Crow, The (Armstrong) 978-0-86492-627-2 17.95 17.95 Seventeen Odes (White) 978-0-86492-014-0 3.95 2.95 She (Harris) 978-0-86492-294-6 16.95 14.95

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Sicknesses of Hats, The (Maltman) 978-0-86492-024-9 Skaldance (Geddes) 978-0-86492-387-5 Song of the Taxidermist (Haller) 978-0-86492-649-4 STU Reader, The (Vipond, Hunt) 978-0-86492-613-5 Stunted Strong, The (Cogswell) 978-0-86492-420-9 Sullen Earth (Fleet) 978-0-919197-71-8 Sun, the Wind, the Summer Field, The (Bailey) 978-0-86492-194-9 Sweet Fuels, The (Knight) 978-0-86492-491-9 Swimming Ginger (Geddes) 978-0-86492-626-5 Tacoma Narrows (Parry) 978-0-86492-450-6 Take Us Quietly (Armstrong) 978-0-86492-460-5 Temporary Shelter (Lane) 978-0-86492-148-2 Terracotta Army, The (Geddes) 978-0-86492-634-0 Theories of Fish, The (MacDonald) 978-0-920110-84-3 These Fields Were Rivers (MacLaine) 978-0-86492-404-9 This Series Has Been Discontinued (Finnigan) 978-0-920110-99-7 Tiger in The Skull (Lochhead) 978-0-86492-072-0 Traditions (Cadsby) 978-0-86492-007-2 Transformations (Reibetanz) 978-0-86492-458-2 True Concessions (Poile) 978-0-86492-530-5 Underwater Carpentry (Bartlett) 978-0-86492-133-8 Unfinished Dreams (Cogswell, Elder) 978-0-86492-132-1 Unsnarling String (Bauer) 978-0-86492-044-7 Wanting the Day (Bartlett) 978-0-86492-357-8 Watchmaker’s Table, The (Bartlett) 978-0-86492-508-4 Weathers (Lochhead/Creelman) 978-0-86492-344-8 What if red ran out (Grubisic) 978-0-86492-509-1 What You Used to Wear (Cadeau) 978-0-86492-410-0 Wheel and Come Again (Dawes) 978-0-86492-199-4 Wilderness Images (Simmons) 978-0-86490-005-8 Word, Woman and Place (McCarthy) 978-0-86492-051-5

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POP CULTURE ISBN CDN US Format Forever Barbie: The Unauthorized Biography of a Real Doll (Lord) 978-0-86492-409-4 19.95 N/A pb 978-0-86492-564-0 19.95 N/A E Roadsworth 978-0-86492-638-8 29.95 29.95 pb Top 100 Canadian Albums, The (Mersereau) 978-0-86492-500-8 35.00 29.95 hc 978-0-86492-520-6 24.95 24.95 pb 978-0-86492-696-8 24.95 24.95 Epdf Top 100 Canadian Singles, The (Mersereau) 978-0-86492-537-4 35.00 35.00 hc 978-0-86492-697-5 35.00 35.00 Epdf Wanderlust (Paquet) 978-0-86492-445-2 19.95 N/A pb 978-0-86492-606-7 19.95 N/A E TRAVEL ISBN CDN US Format Back in 6 Years (Robinson-Smith) 978-0-86492-551-0 19.95 19.95 E Canadians at War: The Battlefields of World War I (Shaw) 978-0-86492-654-8 24.95 24.95 pb No Such Thing as a Free Ride? (Sykes, Sykes) 978-0-86492-505-3 19.95 19.95 pb Wanderlust (Paquet) 978-0-86492-445-2 19.95 19.95 pb 978-0-86492-606-7 19.95 19.95 E

NEW BRUNSWICK MUSEUM ISBN CDN US Format Portraits: New Brunswick Painters/Peintres du Nouveau-Brunswick (Wilson, Larocque, Buckland) 978-0-919326-62-0 35.00 30.00 pb William Forestall (Bentley, Larocque) 978-0-919326-65-1 45.00 40.00 hc

PERCHERON PRESS ISBN CDN US Format Jolicure Cats (Hawkins) 978-0-920187-09-8 24.95 19.95 hc

BTC AUDIOBOOKS ISBN CDN US Format And No Birds Sang (Mowat) 978-0-86492-282-3 18.95 16.95 CA Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz, The (Richler/Hecht) 978-0-86492-245-8 27.95 24.95 CA Away (Urquhart/McKenna) 978-0-86492-211-3 19.95 N/A CA Bachelor Brothers’ Bed & Breakfast (Richardson) 978-0-86492-251-9 16.95 16.95 CA 978-0-86492-253-3 16.95 16.95 CD Clara Callan (Wright/Dale, Dale) 978-0-86492-339-4 29.95 N/A CD Divine Ryans, The (Johnston/Ross) 978-0-86492-237-3 22.95 19.95 CA Dressing Up for the Carnival (Shields/Multiple narrators) 978-0-86492-354-7 17.95 N/A CA Emergent Voices (Ed. Weaver, Multiple authors/Multiple narrators) 978-0-86492-276-2 22.95 19.95 CA Englishman’s Boy, The (Vanderhaeghe/Kramer) 978-0-86492-476-6 29.95 N/A CD 978-0-86492-236-6 19.95 N/A CA

Evening with W.O. Mitchell, An (Mitchell) 978-0-86492-328-8 16.95 14.95 CA 978-0-86492-329-5 18.95 16.95 CD Fugitive Pieces (Michaels/Matamoras, Munro) 978-0-86492-223-6 19.95 19.95 CA 978-0-86492-247-2 19.95 19.95 CA 978-0-86492-249-6 19.95 19.95 CD Glace Bay Miners’ Museum, The (Currie/Chisholm) 978-0-86492-215-9 12.95 12.95 CA 978-0-86492-213-7 12.95 12.95 CD 978-0-86492-259-5 12.95 12.95 CA 978-0-86492-261-0 12.95 12.95 CD Green Grass, Running Water (King) 978-0-86492-244-1 24.95 N/A CA Handmaid’s Tale, The (Atwood/dr. O’Brien Multiple narrators) 978-0-86492-341-7 24.95 19.95 CD Hockey Sweater and Other Stories, The (Carrier/Multiple narrators/ tr. Fischman/dr. Hausvater) 978-0-86492-332-5 16.95 14.95 CA 978-0-86492-333-2 18.95 16.95 CD Homer in Flight (Maharaj/Hansraj) 978-0-86492-300-4 22.95 19.95 CA How I Spent My Summer Holidays (Mitchell) 978-0-86492-475-9 29.95 24.95 CD 978-0-86492-258-8 22.95 19.95 CA Icefields (Wharton/MacDonald) 978-0-86492-238-0 16.95 N/A CA Island (MacLeod/Multiple narrators) 978-0-86492-391-2 35.00 N/A CD Isobel Gunn (Thomas/Fraser) 978-0-86492-331-8 29.95 24.95 CA Kingfisher Days (Coyne) 978-0-86492-359-2 19.95 N/A CD Kit’s Law (Morrissey/Walsh) 978-0-86492-283-0 29.95 24.95 CA Larry’s Party (Shields, Thomson) 978-0-86492-191-8 24.95 24.95 CA Last Seen (Cohen/Thomson) 978-0-86492-301-1 18.95 16.95 CA Leaven of Malice (Davies/Pennington) 978-0-86492-284-7 22.95 19.95 CA Lessons from Leacock (Leacock/adapted Newton) 978-0-86492-279-3 14.95 14.95 CA Lives of Girls and Women (Munro/Mahbey) 978-0-86492-260-1 19.95 19.95 CA Lone Angler, The (Curtis, Donat) 978-0-86492-242-7 19.95 19.95 CA Losing Eddie (Corey/Multiple narrators) 978-0-86492-362-2 24.95 19.95 CD Many Lives & Secret Sorrows of Josephine B., The (Gulland/Pitre) 978-0-86492-472-8 29.95 24.95 CD Margaret Atwood Presents (Atwood, ed., Adderson, Green, Heti, Lee, Levine, Lyon, Moore/Multiple narrators) 978-0-86492-388-2 24.95 19.95 CD Memory Book, The (Engel/Halder & White) 978-0-86492-470-4 29.95 N/A CD Next Episode (Aquin/Marotte/tr. Fischman) 978-0-86492-390-5 24.95 19.95 CD Norman Bray in the Performance of His Life (Cole/Lareany) 978-0-86492-403-2 29.95 N/A CD

Obasan (Kogawa) 978-0-86492-304-2 24.95 Red Power Murders, The (King/Greene) 978-0-86492-285-4 29.95 Rockbound (Day/Donat) 978-0-86492-396-7 29.95 Rules of Engagement, The (Bush/Van Riesen) 978-0-86492-361-5 35.00 Running in the Family (Ondaatje) 978-0-86492-469-8 24.95 Sad Truth About Happiness, The (Giardini/Mathews) 978-0-86492-402-5 29.95 Stanley Park (Taylor/Multiple narrators/dr. Quan) 978-0-86492-389-9 24.95 Student of Weather, A (Hay/Overton) 978-0-86492-325-7 34.95 Tamarind Mem (Badami/Mendez) 978-0-86492-266-3 21.95 Time in Between, The (Bergen/Hogan, Collins) 978-0-86492-471-1 29.95 Village of the Small Houses (Ferguson) 978-0-86492-395-0 24.95 What the Body Remembers (Baldwin/Bhatia) 978-0-86492-278-6 28.95 Whylah Falls (Clarke/Adams, Borden, Sparks, Williams) 978-0-86492-330-1 16.95 Woman in White, The (Collins/Cooper) 978-0-86492-397-4 29.95

STORYSAVE ISBN A Link in the Chain (Brown) 978-0-9737397-8-7 Laxdala Saga, The (McGirr) 978-0-9737397-3-2 Legends of the Omushkigowak (Pennishish) 978-0-9737397-0-1 Stories from the Prairies (McLean) 978-0-9737397-6-3 Stories of Cape Breton (St. Clair) 978-0-9737397-5-6 Tales of the Winter Hag (Bodger) 978-0-9737397-1-8 They Gave Me a Chance (Fumoleau) 978-0-9737397-4-9 Traditional Chinese Tales (Stevens) 978-0-9737397-2-5

19.95 CA N/A CD 24.95 CD 29.95 CD N/A

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24.95 CD 19.95 CD 29.95 CA 19.95 CA 24.95 CD 19.95 CD 24.95 CA 14.95 CA 24.95 CD

CDN US Format 30.00 30.00 CD 30.00 25.00 CD 30.00 25.00 CD 30.00 25.00 CD 30.00 30.00 CD 30.00 30.00 CD 25.00 20.00 CD 25.00 20.00 CD

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