Arsenal Pulp Press gratefully acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts and the
British Columbia Arts Council for its publishing program, and the Government of Canada (through the Canada Book Fund)
and the Government of British Columbia (through the Book Publishing Tax Credit Program) for its publishing activities.
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A modern take on Dutch cuisine that highlights the ways that simple meals bring joy and comfort.
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In the same way that British, Scandinavian, and German food have undergone a renaissance in recent years, Dutch cuisine is going to be the next big thing, according to writer and blogger Emily Wight. Her new cookbook reimagines traditional Dutch cooking, which has always been known for its thriftiness and practicality, with an emphasis on the ways that simple meals bring joy and comfort to the people who share them. Influenced by its colonial history, with bold flavours from places like Indonesia and the West Indies, and by its proximity to its European neighbours, Dutch cooking is surprisingly diverse, and is noted for its celebration of ritual of the meal as much as the meal itself. From gezellig to borrels, and gado gado to uitsmijter, Dutch Feast delivers unconventional (but familiar) and economical (but indulgent) recipes, and gives you a new excuse to invite everyone over for cold gin and a generous rijsttafel, an elaborate meal featuring a little dish of something for everyone. Touching on Dutch history and the back stories of traditional ingredients (from licorice to herring to beer), Emily adds charm and sophistication to a cuisine that is wholesome, accessible, and stubbornly delicious.
Emily Wight came to love Dutch cuisine when she married into a Dutch family. She is a writer, blogger, and recipe developer whose work has appeared in numerous magazines, anthologies, and websites. Her first cookbook was Well Fed, Flat Broke: Recipes for Modest Budgets and Messy Kitchens (page 15), published by Arsenal Pulp Press in 2015. She lives in Vancouver. wellfedflatbroke.com
120 recipes; full-colour throughout.
isbn 978-1-55152-687-4 cooking (european / entertaining) e-isbn 978-1-55152-688-1 ckb092000Â / ckb045000 / 8 x 9 | 224 pp | hardcover ckb029000 $32.95 can / $29.95 usa pub month: october full-colour throughout
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From the author of Blue Is the Warmest Color: a beautiful, bittersweet graphic novel on the complexities of love.
Julie Maroh’s first book, Blue Is the Warmest Color, was a graphic novel phenomenon; it was a New York Times bestseller, and the controversial film adaptation by French director Abdellatif Kechiche won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival in 2013. Maroh’s latest book, Body Music, marks her return to the kind of soft, warm palette and impressionistic sensibility that made her debut book so sensational. Set in the languid, European-like neighbourhoods of Montreal, Body Music is a beautiful and moving meditation on love and desire as expressed in many different forms—between women, between men, between women and men and gender nonconformists alike, all varying in age and race. In twenty separate vignettes, Maroh explores the drama inherent in relationships at different stages: the electricity of initial attraction, the elation of falling in love, the trauma of breaking up, the sweet comfort of a long-standing romance.
Julie Maroh is the author of the graphic novel Blue Is the Warmest Color (page 18), the New York Times bestseller that was made into an acclaimed and controversial film that won the Cannes Film Festival Palme d’Or in 2013. She lives in Angoulême, France.
Anyone who’s ever been in a relationship will see themselves in these intimate stories tinged with raw emotion. Body Music is an exhilarating and passionate graphic novel about what it means to fall in love, and what it means to be alive. Also Available:
David Homel (translator) is a writer, journalist, filmmaker, and translator, and the author of seven novels. He has translated many French-language books into English and is a two-time recipient of the Governor General’s Literary Award for Translation. He lives in Montreal.
ISBN 978-1-55152-514-3 isbn 978-1-55152-692-8 e-isbn 978-1-55152-693-5 (epub) graphic novels / LGBTQq e-isbn 978-1-55152-694-2 (fixed) cgn009000 / cgn004020 / cgn004090 7.5 x 10 | 300 pp | paper / fam029000 (reinforced binding) pub month: november $28.95 can / $26.95 usa full-colour throughout
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A sequel to the acclaimed Such a Lovely Little War: growing up Vietnamese in swinging London as the Vietnam war intensifies.
In London, his father struggles to build a new life for his children and his wife, whose bipolar spells are becoming increasingly violent. But for Marco and his siblings, swinging London is an exciting place to be: a new world of hedonists and hippies. At the same time, the news from their grandparents in Vietnam grows ever grimmer as the war intensifies and American involvement becomes increasingly muddied. Young Marco finds himself conflicted between embracing the peace-loving anti-war demonstrators and the strong, nostalgic bond he feels toward a wounded Vietnam, whose conflict is not as simple as the demonstrators make it out to be. With its audacious imagery and heart-rending text, Saigon Calling is a bold graphic memoir that strikes a remarkable balance between the intimate chronicle of a family undone by mental illness and the large-scale tragedy of a country undone by war. Also Available:
Marcelino Truong is an illustrator and painter, and the author of Such a Lovely Little War (page 19). Born the son of a Vietnamese diplomat in 1957 in the Philippines, he and his family moved to America (where his father worked for the embassy) and then to Vietnam at the outset of the war. He attended the French Lycée in London, then moved to Paris where he earned degrees in law at the Paris Institute of Political Studies, and English literature at the Sorbonne. He lives in Paris. David Homel (translator) is a writer, journalist, filmmaker, and translator, and the author of seven novels. He has translated many French-language books into English and is a two-time recipient of the Governor General’s Literary Award for Translation. He lives in Montreal.
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Marcelino Truong’s first book about the early years of the Vietnam war, the graphic memoir Such a Lovely Little War (2016), received starred reviews in Publishers Weekly and Kirkus Reviews and was named “one the season’s best graphic novels” by the New York Times. In this sequel, young Marco and his family move from Saigon to London to order to escape the war following the assassination of South Vietnamese President Diem, for whom Marcelino’s diplomat father was a personal interpreter.
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A wickedly funny “femmoir” in which the author recasts historical events and personalities from her own feminist perspective.
WHAT I THINK HAPPENED
An Underresearched History of the Western World
What I Think Happened, the debut book by comedian Evany Rosen, is really two books: a savvy, no-holds-barred romp through the history of the western world, and a personal “femmoir” by a self-described “failed academic” who recasts historiography from a feminist perspective—albeit an underqualified and overconfident one. In these wide-ranging comic essays, Evany explores numerous historical events and personalities that have had a personal impact on her as she attempts to understand why they’ve been the object of such fascination, from her unnatural obsession with Napoleon, to her misguided understanding of the Royal Family, to her intrigue over America’s dumpiest presidents. Evany’s approach to history is to make it personal, which any good historian will tell you is exactly what not to do; but in doing so, and with whimsy and irreverence, she rescues history from the dusty confines of “intellectually aggressive” men and makes it fun again.
Evany Rosen is a standup comedian, actor, and writer, and a member of the now-defunct Canadian comedy troupe Picnicface. She has appeared at numerous comedy festivals as well as in films and on television, and has worked as a voiceover actor in animated series such as Mysticons (Nickelodeon), Hotel Transylvania (Disney), and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (Cartoon Network). She lives in Toronto.
isbn 978-1-55152-695-9 e-isbn 978-1-55152-696-6 5.5 x 8 | 196 pp | paper $17.95 can / $15.95 usa
What I Think Happened is the first book to be published under a new imprint called Robin’s Egg Books that will feature some of the freshest, smartest, and above all funniest writing around on a variety of culturally relevant subjects. Robin’s Egg Books are curated and edited by comedian, playwright, and author Charles Demers.
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In this gripping and emotional memoir, a woman confronts the man who murdered her father twenty years earlier.
When Carys Cragg was eleven, her father, a respected doctor, was brutally murdered in his own home by an intruder. Twenty years later, and despite the reservations of her family and friends, she decides to contact his murderer in prison, and the two correspond for a period of two years. She learns of his horrific childhood, and the reasons he lied about the murder; in turn, he learns about the man he killed. She mines his letters for clues about the past before agreeing to meet him in person, where she learns startling new information about the crime. With gripping suspense and raw honesty, Dead Reckoning follows one woman’s determination to confront the man who murdered her father, revealing her need for understanding and the murderer’s reluctance to tell—an uneasy negotiation between two people from different worlds both undone by tragedy. This is a powerful and emotional memoir about how reconciling with the past doesn’t necessarily provide comfort, but it can reveal the truth.
Carys Cragg is an instructor in Child, Family & Community Studies at Douglas College. Her personal essays and reviews have appeared in such venues as The Globe & Mail and The Tyee. She is a graduate of of the Writer’s Studio at Simon Fraser University. She lives in Vancouver.
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true crime / biography & memoir / social science tru002000 / bio026000 / soc030000 pub month: october (usa: november)
How I Came to Meet the Man Who Murdered My Father
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The grassroots story of revolutionary approaches to drug addiction that are saving lives.
FIGHTING FOR SPACE
How A Group of Drug Users Transformed One City’s Struggle with Addiction
North America is in the grips of a drug epidemic; with the introduction of fentanyl, the chances of a fatal overdose are greater than ever, prompting many to rethink the war on drugs. Public opinion has slowly begun to turn against prohibition, and policy-makers are finally beginning to look at addiction as a health issue as opposed to one for the criminal justice system. In this context, Fighting for Space explains the concept of harm reduction as a crucial component of the policies that cities should deploy in their responses to the drug epidemic. The book tells the story of a grassroots group of addicts in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, Canada’s poorest neighbourhood, who waged a political street fight for two decades to transform how the city treats its most marginalized citizens. Throughout the 1990s and 2000s, they organized themselves in response to the growing number of overdose deaths and demanded that addicts be given the same rights as any other citizen; against all odds, they eventually won.
Travis Lupick is an award-winning writer based in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. He has more than a decade’s experience working as a staff reporter and editor for The Georgia Straight newspaper. He has also written about drug addiction, harm reduction, and mental health for the Toronto Star, The Walrus, and Al Jazeera English, among other outlets. tlupick.com
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But just as their battle came to an end, opioid deaths across North America reached an all-time high. The “genocide” that finally sparked government action in Vancouver is beginning to have the same effect in other cities, as there is much that advocates for reform can learn from Vancouver’s story. Fighting for Space tells that story, with the same passionate fervor as the activists whose tireless work has given dignity to addicts and saved countless lives.
social science / history (bc/canada) soc057000 / soc026030 / his006020 pub month: october (usa: april 2018)
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A new edition of the colourful history of Vancouver’s Penthouse Nightclub.
The after-hours watering hole for the famous and infamous, the Penthouse was opened in 1947 by brothers Joe, Ross, Mickey, and Jimmy Filippone and soon became the place to see and be seen in Vancouver in the 1950s and ’60s. Acts like Sammy Davis Jr., Nat King Cole, and Duke Ellington regularly performed on the Penthouse stage, and audiences often included visiting stars such as Frank Sinatra, Errol Flynn, Gary Cooper, and many others. In the 1970s, the Penthouse became infamous for its exotic dancers, resulting in a colourful, lurid history involving vice squads, politicians, judges, and con men, and culminating in the murder of Joe Philliponi, known as the “Godfather of Seymour Street,” in 1983. However, through decades of evolving social mores and changing cultural styles in a city constantly trying to reinvent itself, the Penthouse somehow survived, a testament to its history and the fortitude of the Filippone family that still owns it. This second edition includes a new chapter on how the original book revived interest in the club and its storied past, and what the future holds in store. There are also newly unearthed historical photographs, and even some traditional Italian recipes from the Filippone matriarch. Rife with nostalgia and just a hint of scandal, Liquor, Lust, and the Law reveals a glamorous and slightly naughty view of historic Vancouver after dark.
Aaron Chapman is a writer, historian, and musician with a special interest in Vancouver’s entertainment history. He is the author of The Last Gang in Town (page 22), the story of Vancouver’s Clark Park Gang, and Live at the Commodore (page 23), a history of the Commodore Ballroom that won the Bill Duthie Booksellers’ Choice Award (BC Book Prizes) in 2015. He lives in Vancouver.
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history (canada / bc) / entertainment his054000 / his006020 pub month: september (usa: april 2018)
A new edition of Aaron Chapman’s irreverent and colourful history of Vancouver’s Penthouse Nightclub, a BC Bestseller and a BC Book Prizes finalist.
The Story of Vancouver’s Legendary Penthouse Nightclub
LIQUOR, LUST, AND THE LAW
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A magical gender variant child brings transformation and change to the world around them thanks to their mother’s enduring love.
FROM THE STARS IN THE SKY TO THE FISH IN THE SEA
Text by Kai Cheng Thom; illustrations by Kai Yung Ching and Wai-Yant Li Kai Cheng Thom is a writer, performance artist, and psychotherapist in
In the magical time between night and day, when both the sun and the moon are in the sky, a child is born in a little blue house on a hill. And Miu Lan is not just any child, but one who can change into any shape they can imagine. The only problem is they can’t decide what to be: a boy or a girl? A bird or a fish? A flower or a shooting star? At school, though, they must endure inquisitive looks and difficult questions from the other children, and have trouble finding friends who will accept them for who they are. But they find comfort in the loving arms of their mother, who always offers them the same loving refrain: “whatever you dream of / i believe you can be / from the stars in the sky to the fish in the sea.”
Kai Yun Ching is a community-based organizer, educator, and illustrator
In this captivating, beautifully imagined picture book about gender, identity, and the acceptance of the differences between us, Miu Lan faces many questions about who they are and who they may be. But one thing’s for sure: no matter who this child becomes, their mother will love them just the same.
based in Montreal. They edited and published Children’s Stories, a collection of tales written by children, with the publishing collective Quilted Creatures in 2016.
Ages 3 to 8.
Toronto. Her novel Fierce Femmes and Notorious Liars: A Dangerous Trans Girl’s Confabulous Memoir was released by Metonymy Press in 2016, and her first poetry book, a place called No Homeland (page 25), was published by Arsenal Pulp Press in 2017.
Wai-Yant Li is a Montreal-based artist who works mainly in making otherworldly ceramics and illustration. For the last thirteen years, they have been presenting and selling their work at craft fairs, galleries, and museums in Canada.
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A magic-realist novel set in seventh-century China featuring ghosts, martial arts, and the transformative oracle bone.
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Life in seventh-century China teems with magic, fox spirits, and demons; there is a fervent belief that the extraordinary resides within the lives of both commoners and royalty. During the years when the empress Wu Zhao gains ascendancy in the Tang court, her evil-minded lover Xie becomes obsessed with finding and possessing the oracle bone, a magical object that will bestow immortal powers on him. Standing in his way is Qilan, an eccentric Daoist nun who rescues an orphaned girl named Ling from being sold into slavery; Qilan takes her under her wing, promising to train her so she may avenge her parents’ murders. In another part of the city, a young monk named Harelip questions his faith and his attraction to other men as he helps the elder monk Xuanzang to complete his translation of the Heart Sutra, the sacred Buddhist scripture. Meanwhile, as the mysteries and powers of the missing oracle bone are revealed, it remains to be seen whether Qilan will be able to stop Xie from gaining possession of the magical bone, and at what cost. This extraordinary magic-realist novel by Singapore-born author Lydia Kwa employs and subverts traditional tropes of Chinese mythology to tell a tale of greed, faith, and female empowerment with a wickedly modern sensibility.
Lydia Kwa is the author of the novels This Place Called Absence (shortlisted for the Books in Canada First Novel Award), The Walking Boy (shortlisted for the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize), and Pulse, as well as two books of poetry, The Colours of Heroines and sinuous. She lives and works in Vancouver as a writer and psychologist. lydiakwa.com
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An offbeat story collection about strange, imperfect people doing strange, imperfect things.
DON’T TELL ME WHAT TO DO
In poet Dina Del Bucchia’s debut story collection, an older woman becomes obsessed with the state of her lawn, a pet architect jeopardizes her relationship with her wife over a wild bird, a former model becomes a cult leader through social media, a teenaged girl is preoccupied with making shoppinghaul videos, and a young woman goes on a crime spree thanks to a basement containing $35,000 in coins. These funny and strange stories are populated by weirdos and misfits trying out new ways of being in the world; sometimes they succeed and sometimes they fail, and sometimes they end up in a slapstick sex scene that culminates with broken furniture. Disarming and bittersweet, Don’t Tell Me What to Do isn’t scared to tell the truth about those of us who are emotional, who care too much about things that might seem ridiculous, and who are beautifully, perfectly flawed.
Dina Del Bucchia is the author of three poetry collections: Coping with Emotions and Otters, Blind Items, and Rom Com, written with her Can’t Lit podcast co-host Daniel Zomparelli. She is an editor of Poetry is Dead magazine and the Artistic Director of the Real Vancouver Writers’ Series. dinadelbucchia.com
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The latest by Angie Abdou: young Eli invokes the spirit, and the mistakes, of his great-great-grandfather.
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In Canada Reads finalist Angie Abdou’s fourth work of fiction, Eli and his parents have returned to their ancestral family home in a small mountain town; the parents hope that by escaping their hectic city lives, they will restore calm and stability to their marriage. But Young Eli unexpectedly finds himself answering for the mistakes of the house’s first owner, his great-great grandfather and namesake Elijah Mountain. He meets Mary, an enigmatic Ktunaxa girl who lives next door, and together they discover that they both have a foot in multiple worlds; in doing so, they relive and account for their past lives of seduction and betrayal. A new kind of ghost story, What Remains is about the many ways we’re haunted by the misdeeds of our ancestors. Also Available:
Angie Abdou has a PhD from the University of Calgary and is a Professor of Creative Writing at Athabasca University. Her first novel, The Bone Cage (NeWest Press), was a finalist in CBC’s Canada Reads competition. She is also the author of The Canterbury Trail (Brindle & Glass), Anything Boys Can Do (Thistledown Press), and Between (page 16). abdou.ca
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fiction fic019000 / fic012000 / fic066000 / fic044000 pub month: october
TARRY THIS NIGHT
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A powerful dystopian novel set during a new American civil war, about a polygamist cult leader and his followers.
In this eerily relevant, cautionary novel, a civil war is brewing in America. Below ground, a cult led by the deluded and narcissistic Father Ernst is ensconced in an underground bunker, waiting out the conflict. When the “Family” runs out of food, Ruth, coming of age and terrified of serving as Ernst’s next wife, must choose between obeying her faith and fighting for survival. Cousin Paul, sent topside to scavenge for food, may return with proof that it is safe for the Family to ascend again. But is it enough to invest all hope in Paul’s unlikely return? In this unsettling modern take on the Lilith tale, spirited women resist their violent, racist culture and, in so doing, become outlaws. Family members navigate a secretive and deadly arena where faith eschews autonomy and righteousness precludes mercy. With an unwavering eye, Tarry This Night dares to imagine the unthinkable that is present-day America, offering a place for resistance and hope for a new and better world. Also Available:
Kristyn Dunnion’s novel The Dirt Chronicles was a 2012 Lambda Literary Award Finalist for lesbian fiction. She is the 2015 Machigonne Fiction prize winner and a Pushcart Prize nominee. She plays bass with the Toronto band Bone Donor.
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A Queer Film Classic on a controversial 1980 film by queer Filipino filmmaker Ishmael Bernal.
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MANILA BY NIGHT
A Queer Film Classic on Ishmael Bernal’s 1980 film that follows a dozen characters, all denizens of Manila’s sordid yet exuberant underworld, as they pursue life, love, and pleasure. Bernal cited Robert Altman’s Nashville as one of the influences on his epic, multi-narrative approach to cinema, and Manila by Night ultimately won the Best Picture award from the Filipino Film Critics. But upon completion, the film was banned in the Philippines by the tyrannical Marcos regime for its “unsavory” depiction of life in the Philippine capital, beginning an arduous journey through repression and censorship before finally being released by the government as proof of its more tolerant policies on the eve of the “People’s Power” uprising of 1986. David’s book explores the political, cultural, and historical ramifications of this important film. QUEER FILM CLASSICS is a critically acclaimed film book series on many of the most important and influential films about and by LGBTQ people, made in eight different countries between 1950 and 2005, and written by leading LGBTQ film scholars and critics.
Joel David is an Associate Professor of Cultural Studies at Inha University, South Korea. He holds a PhD in Cinema Studies at New York University. The author of several books on Philippine cinema, he has won the Manila Critics Circle’s National Book Award for Film Criticism, among other prizes. He was founding Director of the University of the Philippines Film Institute.
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HOME AND AWAY
COOKING & HEALTH
Darcy & Randy Shore A cookbook of global recipes inspired by how food from around the world not only connects us all but reminds us of home.
COOKING (INTERNATIONAL & ETHNIC) ISBN 978-1-55152-673-7 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-674-4 $24.95 CAN | $24.95 USA SPRING 2017
CHOWGIRLS KILLER PARTY FOOD Heidi Andermack & Amy Lynn Brown
The proprietors of Chowgirls Killer Catering share their inspired ideas for delicious appetizers, small plates, and cocktails that are perfect for home entertaining. COOKING (ENTERTAINING/APPETIZERS) ISBN 978-1-55152-645-4 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-646-1 $22.95 CAN | $22.95 USA
DECOLONIZE YOUR DIET
Luz Calvo & Catriona Rueda Esquibel international latino book award winner: this vegetarian cookbook redefines the meaning of “traditional” mexican food by reaching back through hundreds of years of history. cooking (mexican / latin american) isbn 978-1-55152-592-1
| e-isbn 978-1-55152-583-8
$26.95 can & usa
A FEAST FOR ALL SEASONS
Andrew George Jr. with Robert Gairns andrew george’s first cookbook of aboriginal recipes featuring ingredients from the land, sea, and sky. see also modern native feasts. cooking (canadian
/ first nations) | e-isbn 978-1-55152-383-5
HOW IT ALL VEGAN!: 10TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION
Sarah Kramer & Tanya Barnard New edition of the classic vegan cookbook that’s sold over 150,000 copies. COOKING (VEGAN) ISBN 978-1-55152-253-1 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-346-0 $24.95 CAN | $22.95 USA
THE MODERN AYURVEDIC COOKBOOK Amrita Sondhi
Amrita’s first cookbook based on ancient Ayurvedic traditions features over 200 healthy, modern recipes. See also The Tastes of Ayurveda. COOKING (HEALTH / VEGETARIAN / INDIAN) ISBN 978-1-55152-204-3 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-286-9 $26.95 CAN | $24.95 USA
NEW GRANVILLE ISLAND MARKET COOKBOOK Judie Glick & Carol Jensson
New edition of the cookbook based on Vancouver’s legendary public market, including recipes using fresh produce, gourmet meats, wild seafood, and artisanal cheeses.
$24.95 can | $21.95 usa
COOKING (CANADIAN / SEASONAL) ISBN 978-1-55152-439-9 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-441-2 $24.95 CAN & USA
THE SIMPLYRAW & LIVING FOODS DETOX MANUAL
An innovative cooking manual and a raw vegan bible by the proprietor of the famed Gorilla Food restaurant in Vancouver, soon to reopen. COOKING (VEGAN) ISBN 978-1-55152-470-2 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-471-9 $24.95 CAN & USA
GROW WHAT YOU EAT, EAT WHAT YOU GROW Randy Shore
How to create and maintain a thriving vegetable garden, and then how to showcase your bounty with tasty, nutrition-packed recipes. COOKING (HEALTH) | GARDENING ISBN 978-1-55152-548-8 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-549-5 $22.95 CAN & USA
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This informative and useful manual outlines Natasha’s 28-day detox program, which includes only raw and “living” foods: a gentle, effective method to cleanse the body of toxins. HEALTH & FITNESS | DIETS ISBN 978-1-55152-250-0 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-354-5 $24.95 CAN & USA
THE SIMPLYRAW KITCHEN Natasha Kyssa
An inspiring collection of mostly raw, gluten-free, whole-foods recipes that will improve your health and transform your life. COOKING (VEGAN) ISBN 978-1-55152-505-1 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-506-8 $21.95 CAN & USA
THE TASTES OF AYURVEDA
WHERE PEOPLE FEAST
Dolly & Annie Watts
Amrita’s second cookbook based on ancient Ayurvedic traditions features over 200 healthy, modern recipes. See also The Modern Ayurvedic Cookbook.
A cookbook of west coast Aboriginal recipes from the former proprietors of Vancouver’s Liliget Feast House.
COOKING (HEALTH / VEGETARIAN / INDIAN) ISBN 978-1-55152-438-2 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-440-5 $26.95 CAN & USA
COOKING (CANADIAN / FIRST NATIONS) ISBN 978-1-55152-221-0 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-290-6 $24.95 CAN | $21.95 USA
TIN FISH GOURMET Barbara-jo McIntosh
An elegant seafood cookbook that demonstrates how to transform everyday canned seafood into stylish, delicious dishes. COOKING (SEAFOOD / BUDGET) ISBN 978-1-55152-546-4| E-ISBN 978-1-55152-547-1 $21.95 CAN & USA
TRUE TO YOUR ROOTS
Delicious meat-free recipes in which root vegetables take centre stage. See also Vegan al Fresco. COOKING (VEGAN) ISBN 978-1-55152-588-4 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-589-1 $26.95 CAN & USA
New edition of Schulman’s novel about a brokenhearted waitress looking for love in New York’s Lower East Side. FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-515-0 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-516-7 $15.95 CAN & USA
VEGAN AL FRESCO
Casually elegant vegan meals for backyard barbecues, picnics in the park, or a party at the beach. See also True to Your Roots.
Wide-ranging anthology of Asian Canadian fiction, poetry, and non-fiction to celebrate 20 years of Ricepaper magazine.
COOKING (VEGAN) ISBN 978-1-55152-532-7 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-533-4 $26.95 CAN & USA
LITERARY ANTHOLOGIES ISBN 978-1-55152-620-1 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-621-8 $21.95 CAN & USA
WE SURE CAN!
ANATOMY OF A GIRL GANG
A book on the “Canvolution” which rediscovers the vanishing art of home canning jams, pickles, and other preserves.
Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize winner; IMPAC Dublin Literary Award longlist: the powerful portrayal of a young girl gang in Vancouver called the Black Roses.
COOKING (CANNING & PRESERVING) ISBN 978-1-55152-402-3 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-403-0 $24.95 CAN & USA
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-529-7| E-ISBN 978-1-55152-530-3 $16.95 CAN & USA
happy & healthy recipes for picnics, barbecues & outdoor dining
Lin, Cho, Wong-Chu (eds)
Sarah B. Hood
WELL FED, FLAT BROKE
BEAUTY PLUS PITY
A winsome cookbook on preparing eye-catching, nutritious, and delectable meals without breaking the bank.
A tragicomic modern immigrant’s tale, about a slacker twentysomething Asian-Canadian who discovers a secret about his father.
COOKING (BUDGET) ISBN 978-1-55152-579-2 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-580-8 $24.95 CAN & USA
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-416-0| E-ISBN 978-1-55152-415-3 $17.95 CAN | $16.95 USA
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A searing portrait of two women from two different cultures—a middle-class woman in a small town and her Filipina nanny.
In these stories, the “hopeful monsters” are women confounded by familial duty and the ghosts of their past.
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-568-6 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-569-3 $18.95 CAN & USA
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-157-2 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-306-4 $19.95 CAN | $15.95 USA
THE MERCY JOURNALS
Ivan E. Coyote
ReLit Award winner: a breathtaking novel about love and loneliness, about a mechanic in small-town Alberta. See Ivan’s other books under LGBTQ.
An unsettling novel set 30 years in the future, about a former soldier nicknamed Mercy in the wake of a new world war. Finalist, Philip K. Dick Award for Science Fiction.
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-213-5 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-273-9 $19.95 CAN | $17.95 USA
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-633-1 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-634-8 $17.95 CAN & USA
THE MERE FUTURE
Danuta Gleed Award finalist: arresting and provocative story collection about rural men in crisis.
Schulman’s acclaimed dystopian satire about urban mores is set in New York sometime in the future.
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-490-0 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-491-7 $15.95 CAN & USA
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-424-5 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-347-7 $15.95 CAN & USA
Daniel Allen Cox
A novel about the friendship between a female office temp and a male psychiatrist, and how those of us damaged by love can still be transformed by it.
A novel about a boy with a stutter, and the tangled barbs of repressed memory. See also Shuck.
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-201-2 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-401-6 $19.95 CAN | $15.95 USA
EVERYTHING IS AWFUL AND YOU’RE A TERRIBLE PERSON Daniel Zomparelli
In these unconventional, interconnected stories, gay men look for love in any way possible: a deapan, tragicomic exploration of love, desire, and dysfunction.
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-604-1 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-605-8 $15.95 CAN & USA
MOVING PARTS Lana Pesch
Compelling, darkly funny stories that hold up a mirror to uneasy issues and troubled relationships. FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-624-9 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-625-6 $17.95 CAN & USA
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-675-1 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-676-8 $15.95 CAN | $15.95 USA SPRING 2017
HARD CORE LOGO
Epistolary novel that portrays a punk rock band reunited for one last shot at glory. Made into an acclaimed feature film by Bruce McDonald.
By the author of Anatomy of a Girl Gang: an 11-yearold boy goes on a cross-country journey to find his father, the bartender Sam Malone.
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-341-5 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-355-2 $17.95 CAN | $15.95 USA
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-660-7 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-661-4 $17.95 CAN | $17.95 USA
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LOOK WHO’S MORPHING
A funny, fantastical story collection firmly grounded in pop culture that explores the nature of identity— cultural, racial, sexual, gender, and otherwise.
Governor General’s Award finalist; Giller Prize longlist: a Caribbean Canadian son pieces together the life of his mother, now suffering from dementia.
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-538-9 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-539-6 $16.95 CAN & USA
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-226-5 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-376-7 $19.95 CAN | $18.95 USA
THE OUTER HARBOUR
STRAIGHT TO THE HEAD
Vancouver Book Award winner: stories about race, migration, and home centred around a new volcanic island off the coast of Vancouver.
A stylish neon noir set during the summer of 1983 in Vancouver that blows the roof off traditional crime fiction.
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-572-3 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-573-0 $16.95 CAN & USA
FICTION / CRIME FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-638-6 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-637-9 $17.95 CAN & USA
Novel set in the “rat bohemia” of New York, where gay men and lesbians bond with one another in the wake of loss. List of 100 Top Gay & Lesbian Novels (Publishing Triangle).
Lambda Literary Award winner: a teenaged runaway stumbles upon an underground society of missing girls and would-be johns. See also How Poetry Saved My Life (LGBTQ).
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-235-7 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-271-5 $17.95 CAN & USA
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-361-3 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-376-7 $19.95 CAN | $18.95 USA
A SUPERIOR MAN
A poignant multi-voiced novel about life in the inner city, locating dignity in unexpected places.
Yee’s first novel for adults: an historical account of a Chinese man in 19th-century British Columbia on a journey to find the mother of his son.
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-677-5 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-678-2 $17.95 CAN | $17.95 USA
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-590-7 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-591-4 $17.95 CAN & USA
SHE OF THE MOUNTAINS
WHEN FOX IS A THOUSAND
Lambda Literary Award finalist and Globe 100 Book: an illustrated novel that weaves a passionate love story between a man and his body, with a reimagining of Hindu mythology.
Lai’s first novel, a spirited retelling of the old Chinese folktale of the Fox. See also Automaton Biographies (poetry).
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-560-0 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-561-7 $18.95 CAN & USA
FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-168-8 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-339-2 $21.95 CAN | $17.95 USA
SO LONG BEEN DREAMING
Nalo Hopkinson & Uppinder Mehan (eds) Anthology of post-colonial science fiction and fantasy, featuring an introduction by Samuel R. Delany. LITERARY ANTHOLOGIES / SCIENCE FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-158-9 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-316-3 $24.95 CAN & USA
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THE 500 YEARS OF RESISTANCE COMIC BOOK
THE ANTI-CAPITALIST RESISTANCE COMIC BOOK
A powerful and historically accurate graphic portrayal of Indigenous resistance to the European colonization of the Americas.
The history of anti-capitalist and anti-globalization movements around the world. See also The 500 Years of Resistance Comic Book (First Nations).
FIRST NATIONS / GRAPHIC NON-FICTION / HISTORY ISBN 978-1-55152-360-6 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-379-8 $12.95 CAN & USA
GRAPHIC NON-FICTION / HISTORY / POLITICS ISBN 978-1-55152-444-3| E-ISBN 978-1-55152-445-0 $12.95 CAN & USA
THE IMAGINARY INDIAN (NEW EDITION)
A revealing history of the “Indian” image mythologized by popular Canadian culture since 1850, propagating stereotypes that exist to this day.
A powerful graphic novel that is a denunciation of sexual violence against women. “Best Memoir of 2016.” –Oprah.com
FIRST NATIONS / HISTORY ISBN 978-1-55152-425-2 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-450-4 $23.95 CAN & USA
GRAPHIC NON-FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-653-9 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-654-6 $24.95 CAN | $24.95 USA
RESISTANCE AND RENEWAL
BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR
BC Book Prize winner: a groundbreaking study of the Kamloops Indian Residential School in the BC interior.
New York Times bestseller: a lesbian love story for the ages. Film version won the Palme d’Or at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. Over 50,000 copies sold.
FIRST NATIONS / HISTORY ISBN 978-0-88978-189-4 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152335-4 $19.95 CAN & USA
GRAPHIC NOVELS / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-514-3 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-513-6 $19.95 CAN & USA
STONEY CREEK WOMAN
THE CASE OF ALAN TURING
Eric Liberge & Arnaud Delalande
Biography of Mary John, a Carrier Native in BC, and a history of First Nations experience from a unique woman’s perspective.
A graphic biography on Alan turing, the brilliant WWII codebreaker later condemned by British authorities for his homosexuality.
FIRST NATIONS / HISTORY ISBN 978-1-55152-047-6 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-336-1 $19.95 CAN | $18.95 USA
GRAPHIC NON-FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-650-8 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-651-5 $23.95 CAN | $23.95 USA
VICTIMS OF BENEVOLENCE
An unsettling study of two tragic events at the Williams Lake Indian Residential School in central British Columbia.
A vivid graphic non-fiction book on the life of Fidel Castro, one of the most enduring and controversial figures in modern history.
FIRST NATIONS / HISTORY ISBN 978-1-55152-015-5 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-337-8 $18.95 CAN | $17.95 USA
GRAPHIC NON-FICTION / HISTORY ISBN 978-1-55152-594-5 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-595-2 $22.95 CAN & USA
SNAPSHOTS OF A GIRL Beldan Sezen
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A funny, poignant graphic memoir about a young woman’s coming out amidst both Islamic and western cultures. GRAPHIC NON-FICTION / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-598-3 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-599-0 $17.95 CAN & USA
SUCH A LOVELY LITTLE WAR: SAIGON 1961-63 Marcelino Truong
The early years of the Vietnam war as seen through a young boy’s eyes. “A first-rate work of graphic memoir.” –Kirkus Reviews (starred) GRAPHIC NON-FICTION ISBN 978-1-55152-647-8 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-648-5 $26.95 CAN | $26.95 USA
SUITE FRANÇAISE: STORM IN JUNE Emmanuel Moynot
CANDYASS Nick Comilla
A striking debut novel about a young gay man at a crossroads, lost in a blizzard of boys and endless possibilities. FICTION (LGBTQ) ISBN 978-1-55152-664-5 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-665-2 $15.95 CAN | $15.95 USA
THE DICTIONARY OF HOMOPHOBIA Louis-Georges Tin
A stirring graphic novel about village life in France as the Germans invade in World War II, based on the extraordinary book by Irène Némirovsky.
An encyclopedic book that documents the history of homosexuality, and various cultural responses to it, in all regions of the world.
GRAPHIC NOVELS / LITERARY ISBN 978-1-55152-596-9| E-ISBN 978-1-55152-597-6 $21.95 CAN & USA
HISTORY / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-229-6| E-ISBN 978-1-55152-314-9 $44.95 CAN & USA
Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha Lambda Literary and Publishing Triangle Award finalist: A transformative memoir by a queer disabled woman of colour and abuse survivor.
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-600-3 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-601-0 $18.95 CAN & USA
ARABIAN NIGHTS: A QUEER FILM CLASSIC Michael Moon
FEMALE TROUBLE: A QUEER FILM CLASSIC Chris Holmlund
A study of the 1974 film by Pier Paolo Pasolini, the controversial Italian director who was murdered under mysterious circumstances in 1975.
A Queer Film Classic on John Waters’ hysterical 1974 dark comedy starring his muse Divine.
FILM STUDIES / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-666-9 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-667-6 $14.95 CAN & USA
FILM STUDIES / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-683-6 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-684-3 $14.95 CAN | $14.95 USA SPRING 2017
BLOOD, MARRIAGE, WINE & GLITTER
Lambda Literary Award finalist: Bergman’s third essay collection on trans experience that reconfigures the meaning of family.
A lyrical gay coming-of-age story first published in 1951, acclaimed by many including Gore Vidal and The New York Times.
GENDER STUDIES / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-511-2 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-512-9 $18.95 CAN & USA
FICTION (LGBTQ) ISBN 978-1-55152-211-1 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-303-3 $22.95 CAN | $17.95 USA
BUTCH IS A NOUN
FIRST SPRING GRASS FIRE
S. Bear Bergman
S. Bear Bergman
New edition of Bergman’s first book, which chronicles the perplexities, dangers, and pleasures of living life outside the gender binary.
Trans musician/writer Spoon’s first book: about a young person growing up queer in a strict Pentecostal family in Alberta. See also Gender Failure.
GENDER STUDIES / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-369-9 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-388-0 $19.95 CAN | $18.95 USA
FICTION (LGBTQ) ISBN 978-1-55152-480-1 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-481-8 $14.95 CAN & USA
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FIRST PERSON QUEER
Richard Labonte & Lawrence Schimel (eds)
Lambda Literary Award winner: a wide-ranging anthology of intimate and honest first-person accounts of queer experience.
Sweeping novel about the lives and loves of three very different men in gay London across the decades.
FICTION (LGBTQ) / LITERARY ANTHOLOGIES ISBN 978-1-55152-227-2 | NO E-BOOK $21.95 CAN | $17.95 USA
FORBIDDEN LOVE: A QUEER FILM CLASSIC Jean Bruce & Gerda Cammaer
A study of the 1992 Canadian documentary on lesbian experience from the 1940s to the 1960s as seen through the lens of lesbian pulp fiction. FILM STUDIES / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-608-9| E-ISBN 978-1-55152-609-6 $14.95 CAN & USA
Rae Spoon & Ivan E. Coyote In this collaborative book, Spoon and Coyote explore and expose their failed attempts at fitting into the gender binary. GENDER STUDIES / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-536-5 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-537-2 $17.95 CAN & USA
FICTION (LGBTQ) ISBN 978-1-55152-502-0 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-503-7 $16.95 CAN & USA
Sassafras Lowrey A gorgeously subversive queer punk novel that reimagines the classic Peter Pan story. FICTION (LGBTQ) ISBN 978-1-55152-581-5 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-582-2 $16.95 CAN & USA
LUST UNEARTHED Thomas Waugh
Lambda Literary Award finalist: historical gay male erotic drawings from the archive of Hollywood costume and set designer Ambrose DuBek. See also Out/Lines. VISUAL ARTS / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-165-7 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-455-9 $29.95 CAN | $26.95 USA
GOD IN PINK
Ivan E. Coyote
Lambda Literary Award winner and Globe 100 book: A revelatory novel about being queer and Muslim, set in war-torn Iraq in 2003. A Globe 100 Book.
Coyote’s fifth collection: beautiful, funny stories about growing up queer in the Canadian north and living out loud on the west coast.
FICTION (LGBTQ) ISBN 978-1-55152-606-5 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-607-2 $15.95 CAN & USA
FICTION (LGBTQ) ISBN 978-1-55152-371-2 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-389-7 $18.95 CAN | $16.95 USA
GODS AND MONSTERS: A QUEER FILM CLASSIC Noah Tsika
A study of Bill Condon’s Oscar-winning 1998 film about openly gay film director James Whale (played by Ian McKellen). FILM STUDIES / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-263-0 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-349-1 $15.95 CAN | $14.95 USA
HOW POETRY SAVED MY LIFE Amber Dawn
Vancouver Book Award winner: extraordinary memoir about sex work and sexuality, and how writing became the author’s lifeline. See also Sub Rosa (Fiction). BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-500-6 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-501-3 $17.95 CAN & USA
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MY BODY IS YOURS Michael V. Smith
A memoir about fathers and sons, breaking out of gender norms, and reconciling with a dangerous childhood. BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-577-8 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-578-5 $17.95 CAN & USA
THE NEAREST EXIT MAY BE BEHIND YOU S. Bear Bergman
Lambda Literary Award finalist: the second essay collection on gender and identity by trans writer and activist Bergman. GENDER STUDIES / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-264-7 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-351-4 $19.95 CAN | $18.95 USA
STRANGERS ON A TRAIN: A QUEER FILM CLASSIC
Thomas Waugh A book on erotic male images from the queer preStonewall underground. See also Lust Unearthed. VISUAL ARTS / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-123-7 $28.95 CAN | $22.95 USA
A study of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1951 thriller about two men who meet on a train; they enter into a murder plot that binds them to one another, with fatal consequences. FILM STUDIES / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-482-5 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-483-2 $14.95 CAN & USA
PARIS IS BURNING: A QUEER FILM CLASSIC Lucas Hilderbrand
A study of the 1991 documentary that captures the energy, wit, and struggle of African-American and Latino participants in the 1980s New York drag ball scene. FILM STUDIES / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-519-8 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-520-4 $14.95 CAN & USA
TOMBOY SURVIVAL GUIDE Ivan Coyote
A memoir by the celebrated storyteller on the tomboy life. Longlisted for BC National Award for Canadian Non-Fiction; ALA Stonewall Honor Book. GENDER STUDIES / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-656-0 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-657-7 $17.95 CAN | $17.95 USA
PATIENCE & SARAH
Jane Eaton Hamilton
Classic 1969 lesbian novel set in the 19th century, about the relationship between an educated painter and a farmer. Introduction by Emma Donaghue.
Two queer women couples, one summer weekend in cottage country: a searing novel of longing and regret.
FICTION (LGBTQ) ISBN 978-1-55152-191-6 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-357-6 $21.95 CAN | $17.95 USA
FICTION (LGBTQ) ISBN 978-1-55152-635-5 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-636-2 $17.95 CAN & USA
THE YOUNG IN ONE ANOTHER’S ARMS
Ivan E. Coyote & Zena Sharman (eds)
Jane Rule’s 1977 novel, The Young in One Another’s Arms, is set at the end of the Vietnam War, in and around a boardinghouse in the Kitsilano neighborhood of Vancouver. Ruth, a middle-aged woman accustomed to tragedy in her own life, cares for the young, temporary boarders of her house as a mother and guide. It’s a novel about communities and the differences between people that allow them to come together, beneath the shadow of urban development that threatens to destroy the house both physically and spiritually. In Rule’s sparse but generous prose, the players dance around each others’ lives, moving fluidly, loving, maturing, and finding solace or heartbreak. The author’s stoic sensibility and passion for life are evident on every page. This novel won the Canadian Authors Association Best Novel of the Year Award in 1978. With an introduction by Lambda Literary Award winner Katherine V. Forrest.
ALA Stonewall Honor Book: a raucous, insightful book on what the words butch and femme can mean in today’s ever-shifting gender landscape. Jane Rule was born in New Jersey in 1931. She is the author of eleven books, including Desert of the Heart, Hot-Eyed Moderate, and After the Fire. She moved to Canada in 1956, where she taught intermittently at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver until 1976, when she moved to Galiano Island, B.C., where she continues to live today.
NON-FICTION ANTHOLOGIES (LGBTQ) ISBN 978-1-55152-397-2 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-405-4 $21.95 CAN | $19.95 USA Katherine V. Forrest is twice winner of the Lambda Literary Award for best mystery, and has been recently honored with the Pioneer Award from the Lambda Literary Foundation. She has been profiled in virtually every major lesbian and gay publication in America, as well as in numerous magazines and newspapers abroad. Katherine lives in San Francisco.
Lesbian identity itself is not so much subsumed into the community as kept whole within it . . . not singled out as an angle of vision any more or less valid than others. – Marilyn Schuster, Feminist Studies
New edition of Rule’s 1977 novel that celebrates the strength of women against a backdrop of war and tragedy. FICTION (LGBTQ) ISBN 978-1-55152-181-7 $21.95 CAN | $16.95 USA
Fiction | Lesbian
1-55152-181-4 | isbn-13 978-1-55152-181-7 $21.95 • u.s. $16.95
Zena Sharman (ed.) An anthology of perspectives on LGBTQQ health and health care. “A call to action on issues that should be understood by all.” —National Post (“Best Books of the Year”) HEALTH / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-658-4 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-659-1 $18.95 CAN | $18.95 USA
SONG OF THE LOON
The bestselling gay novel of the 1960s: a lusty gay frontier romance set in the 19th-century American wilderness.
Vancouver Book Award finalist: essays on race, writing, and region by the award-winning poet and prose writer.
FICTION (LGBTQ) ISBN 978-1-55152-180-0 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-317-0 $21.95 CAN | $19.95 USA
CULTURAL STUDIES / HISTORY ISBN 978-1-55152-374-3 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-387-3 $19.95 CAN | $18.95 USA
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JEAN COCTEAU COLORING BOOK
David L. Chapman
Jean Cocteau Committee
A lively, wide-ranging visual history of muscular men in American popular culture. See also Universal Hunks and Venus with Biceps.
A coloring book that delves into the history and dizzying imagination of artist-filmmaker Cocteau. See also Yves Saint Laurent Coloring Book.
CULTURAL STUDIES / LGBTQ / SPORTS (BODYBUILDING) ISBN 978-1-55152-256-2 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-465-8 $32.95 CAN | $29.95 USA
COLORING BOOKS / VISUAL ARTS ISBN 978-1-55152-640-9 $12.95 CAN & USA
CRAFTIVISM is a worldwide movement that operates at the intersection of craft and activism. Craftivism the book is full of inspiration for crafters who want to create works that add to the greater good. In these essays, interviews, and images, craftivists from four continents reveal how they are changing the world with their art. Through examples that range from community embroidery projects, stitching in prisons, revolutionary ceramics, AIDS activism, yarn bombing, and crafts that facilitate personal growth, Craftivism provides imaginative examples of how those who “make” can be creative and altruistic at the same time, proving that getting crafty can truly make the world a better place. “Craftivism explores the power of being meaningful with our head and hands. Making with active intention is a political act, no matter how big or small your intention is. Making is scary, and Craftivism gives permission to craftivists to be loud, to be quiet, to make with meaning, and most importantly, to share and create a difference.” —Kate Bingaman-Burt, author of Obsessive Consumption
“Betsy Greer has collected an impressive line-up of experts, and their essays are both informative and delightful. This is a book for anyone who’s into craft or activism—or simply curious about either.” —Perri Lewis, author of Material World and creative director of Mastered
“Sharing stories of how people make changes in the world through creative acts of making, Betsy Greer reminds us that revolutions are small before they are grand. In the spirit of craftivism, she gives voice to others, sharing their stories to demonstrate how collaboration—as much as action and listening—can effect change.”
—Namita Gupta Wiggers, Director and Chief Curator, Museum of Contemporary Craft and Co-Founder, Critical Craft Forum
$24.95 USA & Canada
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Crafts & Hobbies ISBN 978-1-55152-534-1
HISTORY / POLITICS / VISUAL ART ISBN 978-1-55152-218-0 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-300-2 $26.95 CAN | $23.95 USA
The Art of Craft and Activism
Allan Antliff interrogates moments of engagement when anarchist artists, poets, philosophers, and critics have confronted pivotal events over the past 140 years.
ANARCHY AND ART
Betsy Greer The Art of Craft and Activism
Full-colour book that explores the world of craftivism, the global movement where craft and activism meet. CRAFTS & HOBBIES ISBN 978-1-55152-534-1 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-535-8 $24.95 CAN & USA
BLOOD, SWEAT, AND FEAR
THE DAD DIALOGUES
George Bowering & Charles Demers
The intriguing criminal cases of pioneering Vancouver forensics expert John Vance, a.k.a. “Canada’s Sherlock Holmes.”
Two writers from different generations write to each other about the burdens, anxieties, and singular joys of fatherhood.
HISTORY (CANADA / BC) / TRUE CRIME ISBN 978-1-55152-685-0 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-686-7 $21.95 CAN | $21.95 USA SPRING 2017
FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / HUMOUR ISBN 978-1-55152-662-1 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-663-8 $17.95 CAN | $17.95 USA
FOUCAULT AGAINST HIMSELF
Wayde Compton (ed)
A collection of black literature and orature from British Columbia from the 1800s to present day. LITERARY ANTHOLOGIES / SOCIAL SCIENCE ISBN 978-1-55152-118-3 | NO E-BOOK $24.95 CAN | $19.95 USA
A thought-provoking collection of interviews (with Georges Didi-Huberman, Leo Bersani and others) on Michel Foucault that reframes his legacy. PHILOSOPHY / HISTORY ISBN 978-1-55152-602-7 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-603-4 $17.95 CAN & USA
COLD CASE VANCOUVER
I, SHITHEAD: A LIFE IN PUNK
A BC Bestseller: Lazarus delves into fifty years of some of Vancouver’s most baffling unsolved murders A fascinating look at the city’s criminal past.
Recollections of a life in punk by the lead singer and founder of the seminal Vancouver punk band D.O.A.
HISTORY (CANADA / BC) / SOCIOLOGY (CRIME) ISBN 978-1-55152-629-4 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-630-0 $21.95 CAN & USA
CONFLICT IS NOT ABUSE Sarah Schulman
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR / MUSIC ISBN 978-1-55152-148-0 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-309-5 $22.95 CAN | $19.95 USA
THE LAST GANG IN TOWN Aaron Chapman
The acclaimed and prescient book that examines the culture of scapegoating, blame, and the supremacist bully. “Schulman offers a vision of mutual recognition and accountability that liberates.” —bell hooks CULTURAL STUDIES / HISTORY / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-643-0 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-644-7 $19.95 CAN | $19.95 USA
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A BC Bestseller: the sensational story of Vancouver’s Clark Park Gang in 1972, which was the target of an underground police gang-squad. HISTORY (BC/CANADA) / TRUE CRIME ISBN 978-1-55152-671-3 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-672-0 $24.95 CAN | $24.95 USA
THE LAST GENET
STAN DOUGLAS: ABBOTT & CORDOVA, 7 AUGUST 1971
Hadrien Laroche; David Homel (trans.)
An evaluation of Genet’s final 18 years, when he was preoccupied with the struggles of the disenfranchised and displaced.
An art book on the politics of urban conflict, based on Douglas’s photo mural depicting Vancouver’s Gastown Riot.
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR / HISTORY ISBN 978-1-55152-365-1 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-386-6 $24.95 CAN | $22.95 USA
VISUAL ARTS / HISTORY ISBN 978-1-55152-295-1 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-414-6 $40.00 CAN & USA
LIQUOR, LUST, AND THE LAW
STAN DOUGLAS: EVERY BUILDING ON 100 WEST HASTINGS
Reid Shier (ed)
The storied history of Vancouver’s legendary Penthouse Nightclub, one of the city’s oldest and most venerated clubs.
Vancouver Book Award winner: Douglas’s monumental digital print is the focal point for this book on what was once Vancouver’s most contested city block.
HISTORY ISBN 978-0-1-55152-488-7 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152489-4 $24.95 CAN & USA
VISUAL ARTS / HISTORY ISBN 978-1-55152-413-9 $25.95 CAN & US
LIVE AT THE COMMODORE
Bill Duthie Booksellers’ Choice Award winner: the legendary story of Vancouver’s historic Commodore Ballroom.
Strange Material s t o ry t e l l i n g t h r o u g h t e x t i l e s
Fully illustrated book that explores the relationship between handmade textiles and storytelling. See also Yarn Bombing.
co-author of Yarn Bombing: The Art of Crochet and Knit Graffiti
HISTORY ISBN 978-0-1-55152-566-2 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152567-9 $28.95 CAN & USA
ONE THOUSAND BEARDS
CRAFTS & HOBBIES (FASHION/TEXTILES) ISBN 978-1-55152-550-1 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-551-8 $24.95 CAN & USA
THICKER THAN BLOOD
The amusing illustrated cultural history of facial hair. Also available: One Thousand Mustaches and The Bearded Gentleman. CULTURAL STUDIES / HEALTH (MEN’S GROOMING) ISBN 978-1-55152-107-7 $21.95 CAN & USA
Attila Richard Lukacs & Michael Morris
A book that explores the nuances and challenges of being an adoptive parent in the 21st century. FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS ISBN 978-1-55152-631-7 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-632-4 $18.95 CAN & USA
UNIVERSAL HUNKS David L. Chapman
Large-format book that collects 1,200 full-colour Polaroid images by artist Lukacs used as core referents for his paintings.
A lively, wide-ranging visual history of muscular men from around the world. See also American Hunks and Venus with Biceps.
VISUAL ARTS / LGBTQ ISBN 978-1-55152-295-1 $60.00 CAN | $55.00 USA
CULTURAL STUDIES / LGBTQ / SPORTS (BODYBUILDING) ISBN 978-1-55152-509-9 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-510-5 $29.95 CAN & USA
VANCOUVER ART & ECONOMIES
Melanie O’Brien (ed)
A revealing history of the Hollywood studio system and the rise of independent film communities around the world. PERFORMING ARTS (FILM) ISBN 978-1-55152-408-5 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-409-2 $22.95 CAN & USA
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A book of essays on the issues that have affected contemporary art in Vancouver since the 1980s. VISUAL ARTS / HISTORY ISBN 978-1-55152-214-2 $27.95 CAN | $24.95 USA
VANCOUVER IS AWESOME Lani Russwurm
A startling and unexpectedly rich collection of images from Vancouver’s pre-gentrification past. HISTORY ISBN 978-1-55152-525-9 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-526-6 $24.95 CAN & USA
CHAPMAN & VERTINSKY
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VENUS WITH BICEPS David L. Chapman
Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize finalist: Compton’s first poetry book, documenting the migration of blacks to Canada. POETRY ISBN 978-1-55152-065-0 $18.95 CAN | $15.95 USA
ARTIFICIAL CHERRY Billeh Nickerson
A full-colour pictorial history of muscular women in popular culture. See also American Hunks and Universal Hunks.
Vancouver Book Award finalist: Nickerson’s most recent collection is colourful, witty, and wise, with undertones of sexy.
CULTURAL STUDIES / LGBTQ / SPORTS (BODYBUILDING) ISBN 978-1-55152-370-5 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-385-9 $29.95 CAN | $27.95 USA
POETRY ISBN 978-1-55152-540-2 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-541-9 $14.95 CAN & USA
THE WORLD IS MOVING AROUND ME
A revelatory eyewitness account of the 2010 Haiti earthquake by one of Canada’s leading novelists. Foreword by Michaëlle Jean.
Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize finalist: Lai explores the problem of what it means to exist on the boundaries of the human.
LITERARY TRAVEL / HISTORY ISBN 978-0-88978-498-6 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152499-3 $15.95 CAN & USA
POETRY ISBN 978-1-55152-292-0 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-358-3 $19.95 CAN | $17.95 USA
EVEN THIS PAGE IS WHITE
Danny Laferrière; David Homel (trans.)
Leanne Prain & Mandy Moore
The definitive guidebook to crochet and knit graffiti, including patterns and interviews with yarn bombers. See also Strange Material.
Shraya’s debut poetry collection is a bold, timely, and personal interrogation of race. Longlisted for CBC’s Canada Reads.
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POETRY ISBN 978-1-55152-641-6 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-642-3 $12.95 CAN & USA
YVES SAINT LAURENT COLORING BOOK Fondation Pierre Bergé-Yves Saint Laurent
KINGSWAY: NEW EDITION Michael Turner
A coloring book that playfully explores the creative fantasies of legendary designer Saint Laurent. See also Jean Cocteau Coloring Book.
Turner’s poetry book on Kingsway, Vancouver’s oldest thoroughfare. This 20th-anniversary edition includes a new afterword by the author.
COLORING BOOKS / FASHION & DESIGN ISBN 978-1-55152-639-3 $12.95 CAN & USA
POETRY ISBN 978-1-55152-626-3| E-ISBN 978-1-55152-627-0 $14.95 CAN & USA
PERFORMANCE BOND Wayde Compton
Compton’s second poetry book in which he defiantly and eloquently confronts the globalization and commodification of black culture. Includes a CD.
POETRY ISBN 978-1-55152-164-0 $22.95 CAN | $17.95 USA
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A PLACE CALLED NO HOMELAND
ESCAPE TO GOLD MOUNTAIN
In this debut collection, Thom takes a poetic journey to the place where monstrous women roam.
A graphic history for young people about how the Chinese came to North America.
Kai Cheng Thom
POETRY (LGBTQ) ISBN 978-1-55152-679-9 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-680-5 $14.95 CAN | $14.95 USA
David H.T. Wong
YOUNG ADULT / GRAPHIC NOVELS ISBN 978-1-55152-476-4 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-477-1 $19.95 CAN & USA
WHERE THE WORDS END AND MY BODY BEGINS Amber Dawn
A suite of glosa poems written as an homage to and an interaction with queer poets. POETRY ISBN 978-1-55152-583-9 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-584-6 $14.95 CAN & USA
Eisha Marjara A bold, frank, and lyrical young-adult novel about a South Asian teenager struggling with anorexia. YOUNG ADULT ISBN 978-1-55152-618-8 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-619-5 $14.95 CAN & USA
GOD LOVES HAIR
Vivek Shraya; Juliana Neufeld (illust.) Lambda Literary Award finalist: a tender story about a curious South Asian boy navigating sexuality, gender, racial politics, and religion.
YOUNG ADULT & CHILDRENS’
YOUNG ADULT (LGBTQ) ISBN 978-1-55152-543-3 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-544-0 $18.95 CAN & USA
ADRIAN AND THE TREE OF SECRETS
ONE IN EVERY CROWD
Hubert & Marie Caillou
Ivan E. Coyote
A bittersweet graphic novel for LGBTQ youth, about a nerdy teenaged boy who falls in love with the cool kid at school.
Coyote’s first collection aimed specifically at queer youth: about embracing and celebrating difference and feeling comfortable in one’s own skin.
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YOUNG ADULT (LGBTQ) ISBN 978-1-55152-459-7 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-460-3 $15.95 CAN & USA
Funny, moving, coming-of-age novel about growing up black and gay. 2015 film version stars Mo’Nique.
A YA novel about Keira, a high school figure skater who’s intrigued by the idea of kissing both boys and girls.
YOUNG ADULT (LGBTQ) ISBN 978-1-55152-622-5| E-ISBN 978-1-55152-623-2 $19.95 CAN & USA
YOUNG ADULT (LGBTQQ) ISBN 978-1-55152-681-2 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-682-9 $15.95 CAN | $15.95 USA SPRING 2017
WHEN EVERYTHING FEELS LIKE THE MOVIES
THE BOY & THE BINDI
Vivek Shraya & Rajni Perera A children’s picture book about an eight-year-old boy who becomes fascinated with his mother’s bindi and wants one for himself. CHILDREN’S PICTURE BOOKS (4 to 8) ISBN 978-1-55152-668-3 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-669-0 $17.95 CAN | $17.95 USA
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Governor General’s Literary Award winner/Canada Reads finalist: the edgy, extravagant story about a glamorous boy named Jude. YOUNG ADULT (LGBTQ) ISBN 978-1-55152-574-7 | E-ISBN 978-1-55152-575-4 $15.95 CAN & USA
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