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Fall 2013 2012

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Notable Pictorials / 17 Notable Fiction / 18 Notable Poetry / 20 Ravenstone / 22 Recent Backlist / 24 Ordering / 25

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Novel 9780888014467 / $19.00 Trade Paperback 5.5" X 8.5" / 275 pages World Rights: Turnstone Press September, 2013

ALSO FROM SARAH KLASSEN Monstrance / 9780888013927 The Peony Season / 9780888012487

/ FORTHCOMING / NOVEL Fall32012

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All is not well with the Wittenbergs. Alice has given birth to her second child with a genetic disorder. Millicent has withdrawn into a depression. Joseph must choose between being principal of George Sutton Collegiate and the new English teacher. And Mia finds herself at the mercy of an unsympathetic teacher while the attractive athletic neighbour ignores her. Only the oldest Wittenberg, the matriarch who holds the key to the family’s Mennonite past, can lead the Wittenbergs along the Dnieper River and toward a better tomorrow.

THE WITTENBERGS

Launch in author’s home city (Winnipeg) Author tour through Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba Appearances in literary and genre festivals/conventions Advertising and review copies to mainstream and Mennonite publications Online promotion through book trailer and author blog

by Sarah Klassen / www.turnstonepress.com/wittenbergs.html

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Urban Fantasy / Norse Mythology 9780888014450 / $16.00 Trade Paperback 5" X 7.5" / 350 pages World Rights: Turnstone Press September, 2013

MORE FROM CHADWICK GINTHER Thunder Road / 9780888014009

/ FORTHCOMING / URBAN FANTASY Fall52012

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After beating back the might of Surtr, Ted Callan is getting used to his immortal powers. The man who once would stop at nothing to rid himself of his tattoos and their power, might even be said to be enjoying his new found abilities. However, not everyone is happy the greatness of the Valhalla has risen from the ashes of Ragnarok. With every crash of Mjolnir, Thor, former god of thunder, rages amongst the undead of the underworld. With Ted’s call to the honoured dead a crack is opened between our world and the underworld. Now Thor’s back and coming for his hammer. If he gets it, it might just be the beginning of hell on earth.

TOMBSTONE BLUES

Launch in author’s home city (Winnipeg) Author appearances to Toronto and Ottawa Appearances in literary and genre festivals/conventions Appearances at Icelandic festivals Advertising and review copies to mainstream and niche genre publications Online promotion through book trailer and author blog

by Chadwick Ginther / www.turnstonepress.com/tombstone-blues.html

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Poetry 9780888014481 / $17.00 Trade Paperback 5.5” X 8.5" / 128 pages World Rights: Turnstone Press September, 2013 MORE FROM RICHARD SCARSBROOK Destiny’s Telescope / 9780888013156

/ FORTHCOMING / POETRY Fall72012

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Life is full of those moments, good and bad, that define you, make you whole, and provide direction to your journey. Richard Scarsbrook’s brilliant debut collection of poetry, Six Weeks, uncovers the moments that we keep hidden deep inside us, that steer us through the currents and eddies of the everyday.

SIX WEEKS

Launch in author’s home city (Toronto) Author appearances in literary festivals National review campaign to mainstream and online mystery journals Advertising in select publications Online promotion through book trailer and social media

by Richard Scarsbrook / www.turnstonepress.com/six-weeks.html

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Short-Fiction 9780888014504 / $29.00 Trade Paperback 5.5” X 8.5" / 350 pages World Rights: Turnstone Press October, 2013

MORE FROM DAVID ARNASON Baldur’s Song / 9780888013736 The Imagined City / 9780888012982 King Jerry / 9780888012623 Skrag / 9780888011145

/ FORTHCOMING / SHORT-FICTION Fall92012

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THE STORIES OF DAVID ARNASON

David Arnason is one of the most loved and prolific short story authors on the prairies. A native of Gimli, Manitoba, Arnason has taken the Icelandic penchant to spin a yarn and used it to craft a lifetime of the most memorable stories in the Canadian literary canon. Now, for the first time, the very best of Arnason’s stories, from The Demon Lover and The Dragon and the Dry Goods Princess to The Circus Performers’ Bar, have been compiled into a single volume, Selected for You: The Stories of David Arnason.

SELECTED FOR YOU:

Launch in author’s home city (Winnipeg) Author appearances in literary festivals National review campaign to mainstream and online mystery journals Tour of western Canada Appearances at Icelandic festivals Advertising in select publications Online promotion through book trailer and social media

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Poetry 9780888014474/ $17.00 Trade Paperback 5.5” X 8.5" / 128 pages World Rights: Turnstone Press September, 2013 MORE FROM LYDIA KWA This Place Called Absence / 9780888012432

/ FORTHCOMING / POETRY Fall112012

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Through the mind’s eye Lydia Kwa charts the path of the stranger in a new land, the immigrant seeking escape, and transformation from the suffering of the past. Sinuous is a journey toward self-realization and acknowledges that through the fiery trials of life it is possible to find renewed strength and purpose for the future.

SINUOUS

Launch in author’s home city (Vancouver) Author appearances in literary festivals National review campaign to mainstream and online mystery journals Author appearance in Toronto Advertising in select publications Online promotion through book trailer and social media

by Lydia Kwa / www.turnstonepress.com/sinuous.html

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Poetry 9780888014498 / $17.00 Trade Paperback 5.5” X 8.5" / 128 pages World Rights: Turnstone Press November, 2013

MORE FROM DENNIS COOLEY Seeing Red / 9780888012777 Irene / 9780888012463 this only home / 9780888011640

/ FORTHCOMING / POETRY Fall132012

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Stones . . . hewn by nature and the hand of man. They shelter us, record our grief, provide hope, joy and provide a window into the past. Dennis Cooley’s latest collection of poetry brings his trademark playfulness and wit to the very foundations of the earth. He stretches his prairie eyes far across the ocean to the cathedrals and monuments of Europe and connects our curling rinks and skipping stones to places rich in history.

STONES

Launch in author’s home city (Winnipeg) Author appearances in literary festivals National review campaign to mainstream and online mystery journals Tour of western Canada Advertising in select publications Online promotion through book trailer and social media

by Dennis Cooley / www.turnstonepress.com/stones.html

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Jeffrey Marcus, Canada Research Chair, University of Manitoba Manitoba Butterflies sets a new standard for butterfly field guides. After years of frustration using other guides, author Simone Hébert Allard set out to build a better resource to feed her love of butterflies. Manitoba Butterflies not only provides all the details you would expect about butterflies, it includes advice on creating your own butterfly garden, an illustrated view of the butterfly lifecycle for all 101 species (a first for butterfly guides) and loads of interesting and sometimes surprising butterfly trivia. Novices and experts alike will be engrossed with over 1,000 full-colour photos some of which have never been documented in book form before. The combination of scientific fact and anecdotal information make for a thoroughly engaging way to learn about butterflies.

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MANITOBA BUTTERFLIES

May, 2013

by Simone Hébert Allard / www.turnstonepress.com/manitoba-butterflies.html

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Nature / Butterflies and Moths 9780888014139 / $39.00 Trade Paperback 6” X 9” / 296 pages 1,000+ colour photographs Range Maps World Rights: Turnstone Press

This [is] a must-have book for all serious butterfly enthusiasts (watchers, rearers, and collectors) in Western Canada and in the Northern Tier of States in the US.


Poetry 9780888014016 / $17.00 Trade Paperback 5.5” X 8.5” / 120 pages World Rights: Turnstone Press May, 2013 MORE FROM JOHN WEIER Stand the Sacred Tree/ 9780888012876 Marshwalker / 978088812258 Ride the Blue Roan / 9780888011312

/ RECENTLY RELEASED / POETRY Fall152012

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WHERE CALLING BIRDS GATHER

by John Weier / www.turnstonepress.com/where-calling-birds-gather.html

Where Calling Birds Gather is a poetic journey spanning continents. From the Canadian Prairies we are whisked away to Australia and Ethiopia in search of exotic birds. Like the migrational patterns of the narrator’s quarry, the poems criss-cross and overlap; they are pulled across the land as they search for new tastes, smells, lives, and loves. And as the hyenas cackle in the night and the Cassowaries peck at the side of the road, the memory of the open prairie calls. When the reader finally “tacks” for home, they only have to wait until the next migration.


—Mystery Maven Canada For anyone other than Randy Craig, a contract to do archival research and web development for Alberta’s famed Rutherford House should have been a quiet gig. But when she discovers an unsolved mystery linked to Rutherford House in the Alberta Archives and the bodies begin to pile up, Randy can’t help but wonder if her modern-day troubles are linked to the intrigues of the past.

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Hang Down Your Head/ 9780888013866 The Monitor/ 9780888012845 Sticks and Stones / 9780888012562

A RANDY CRAIG MYSTERY

MORE FROM JANICE MACDONALD

CONDEMNED TO REPEAT:

May, 2013

by Janice MacDonald / www.turnstonepress.com/condemned-to-repeat.html

16 / RECENTLY RELEASED / MYSTERY Mystery 9780888014155 / $16.00 Trade Paperback 5” X 7.5” / 384 pages World Rights: Turnstone Press

Janice MacDonald should be given an award by Alberta Tourism for putting the province on the mystery map. Condemned to Repeat is a compelling tale of secrets from the past colliding with the present, along with a heavy dose of history and travelogue. Plus a murder or two. Not to be missed!


[Mike Grandmaison] finds resonance and beauty in what many would pass by as being commonplace, and he brings a singular viewpoint to his work that is born of intuition, an innate humility, deep respect for the natural world, and an undying attitude of discovery. —Robert L. Peters, CGD, FGDC Principal, Circle Design Incorporated

/ NOTABLE PICTORIAL Fall172012

Travel Pictorial 9780888013934 / $40.00 Hardcover w/ dustjacket 9.5” X 11” / 252 pages 250+ Full colour images World Rights: Turnstone Press

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PRAIRIE AND BEYOND

Winnipeg artist and designer, Robert J. Sweeney, captures Winnipeg’s urban landscape in this remarkable ­collection of sketches, Portraits of Winnipeg: The River City in Pen and Ink. Each portrait brings to life in brilliant colour, the many faces of Manitoba’s “River City.”

photographs by Mike Grandmaison / www.turnstonepress.com/prairie.html

PORTRAITS OF WINNIPEG

by Robert Sweeney / www.turnstonepress.com/portraits-of-winnipeg.html

Travel Pictorial 9780888013811 / $20.00 Hardcover 8” X 9” / 62 pages 50 Full colour images World Rights: Turnstone Press


Winner: Margaret Laurence Award for Fiction

by Wayne Tefs / www.turnstonepress.com/4x4.html

Novel 9780888013002 / $19.95 / $15.95 Trade Paperback 5.5” X 8.5” / 398 pages World Rights: Turnstone Press

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A SAGA

Blessed with an ear for music and a fine voice, Baldur finds his ­fortune but not his love. ­Lara—a girl of fey spirit—leads Baldur from the small community of New ­Iceland to the frontier streets of ­early Winnipeg. Along the way Baldur is ­befriended by a young Johnny Ashdown and together they ­cash in on the boom days of Canada’s early west. In this modern Icelandic saga, Baldur is ­buffeted by chance and opportunity in a ­competitive, ­unforgiving new world, seeking his one true love.

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BALDUR’S SONG:

by David Arnason / www.turnstonepress.com/baldurs-song.html

18 / NOTABLE FICTION Historical Fiction 9780888013779 / $19.00 Trade Paperback 5.5” X 8.5” / 242 pages World Rights: Turnstone Press

Arnason’s writing is clear and crisp (and) will satisfy readers who want a moving, engrossing novel... he describes Winnipeg as it must have seemed through the eyes of its early entrepreneurs. —Winnipeg Free Press


Fall 2012

Finalist: The Giller Prize

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Short-Fiction 9780888012807 / $16.95 Trade Paperback 5.5” X 8.5” / 216 pages Canadian Rights: Turnstone Press

KILTER: 55 FICTIONS

If it weren’t for a blizzard Clint Dokic would be flying home to his very-pregnant wife Kaly. Undeterred, he forces his mother, Meg, and younger brother Darryl to join him on a road trip instead. While the road is expected to be long and treacherous what the three Dokic’s don’t see coming is the journey they have to take within the vehicle. Together, the trio battle the elements, each other, and their own demons to arrive at a destination they aren’t so sure they want to reach.

by John Gould / www.turnstonepress.com/kilter-55-fictions.html

Tefs knows his story and he tells it well, like a man peeling the proverbial onion, revealing layer after layer...4 x 4 is the story of the Dokic family, and from the mean streets of Winnipeg to the frigid heart of Thompson, this is one tough onion. —The Globe and Mail

Gould is a talented writer who sketches character deftly and sets up his elements of dramatic conflict and pathos with such flair that most readers will find it hard to stop reading these stories after the first paragraph or two. —The Toronto Star

With spare, elegant prose Gould crafts quirky gems, compact fusions of humour and pathos. His fictions are full of individuals catching odd glimpses of themselves, of big ideas working themselves out in the minutiae of modern lives. Gould’s writing is serious, joyful and supple, constantly seeking out a fresh voice, a new angle of illumination. Each of these works gives us a pure moment from which we witness a life tilting from kilter to offkilter and back again.


POEMS FOR JAMES CAGNEY

Poetry 9780888012609 / $12.95 / $10.95 Trade Paperback 5.5” X 8.5” / 70 pages World Rights: Turnstone Press

by Di Brandt / www.turnstonepress.com/nice-day-for-murder.html

Di Brandt’s poetry undercuts centuries of patriarchal culture. Powerful and lyrical, filled with humour and intelligence, her language enfolds desire and hate, birth and death, mother and child. Hers is a stunning voice in Canadian poetry.

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QUESTIONS I ASKED MY MOTHER

Winner: Gerald Lampert Memorial Award for Poetry Finalist: Governor General’s Award for Poetry

by Di Brandt / www.turnstonepress.com/questions-i-asked-my-mother.html

20 / NOTABLE POETRY Poetry 9780888011156 / $8.95 / $7.95 Trade Paperback 5.5” X 8.5” / 80 pages World Rights: Turnstone Press

[Di Brandt] writes with a knife pulled out of a woman’s heart.


Poetry 9780888013385/ $17.00 Trade Paperback 6” X 7” / 96 pages World Rights: Turnstone Press Winner: ReLit Award for Poetry

Fall 2012

A collection of poems for one of Hollywood’s great actors, best known for his ­gangster films of the 1930s, Nice Day for Murder takes a Tommy gun to ­contemporary notions of poetry and feminism. Lines begin to blur between fiction and reality as the narrative confuses Cagney’s street-tough movie persona with his gentle off-screen demeanour.

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FEAR NOT

—The Danforth Review

by Maurice Mierau / www.turnstonepress.com/fear-not.html

Alberta author Kimmy Beach makes a stunning debut with Nice Day for Murder...

This is parody as hard-boiled deconstruction on behalf of integrity. The poems survey once assuring and still haunting but worn-out conventions as well as inanities and profanities of contemporary pop culture… —Rhubarb magazine.

Fear Not is lyrical, political, raunchy, blasphemous, and deeply engaged with ethical questions. Inspired by the Gideon Bible’s list of self-help topics each poem is arranged to play off poetic and Biblical forms. Ranging in subject from suicide to divorce, unemployment to gratitude, Afghanistan to Gethsemane, Fear Not attempts consolation, all the while mocking its own failure to lessen human pain


by Michael Van Rooy / www.turnstonepress.com/criminal-to-remember-a.html

Crime Novel / Thriller 9780888013699/ $16.00 Trade Paperback 5” X 7.5” / 320 pages World Rights: Turnstone Press

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In The Finger’s Twist, odd couple Charlie Tate and Elodie Gray are hired to investigate a bombing attempt at the Ontario legislature, purportedly committed by an anarchist group called The Black Bloc. The Finger’s Twist is more than just a gripping action thriller with an extreme tough-guy hero. It’s a story of unlikely lovers defying emotional and physical odds, and a clash of differing social castes, prejudices, and political worlds.

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THE FINGER’S TWIST

Finalist: Arthur Ellis Award for Best Crime Novel

by Lee Lamothe / www.turnstonepress.com/the-fingers-twist.html

22 / RAVENSTONE Travel Memoir 9780888013477 $16.00 Trade Paperback 5” X 7.5” / 304 pages World Rights: Turnstone Press

“Toronto writer Lee Lamothe has constructed a wonderful noir thriller...Beautifully written.” —The Globe and Mail


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Mystery / Thriller 9780888012531/ $14.95 / $12.95 Trade Paperback 5” X 7.5” / 240 pages World Rights: Turnstone Press

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When Claire unwittingly catches the attention of a serial killer, Monty realizes the police aren’t telling him everything about his wife’s admirer. For once, Monty is stumped: how does an ordinary, decent, friendly neighbourhood criminal like him understand the mind of a psychopathic monster? In this third episode of the Monty Haaviko thrillers, Monty is tried to the fullest extent of his wits to protect his family and the good citizens of Winnipeg.

POLAR CIRCUS: A THRILLER

—BookVagrant

by D.A. Barry / www.turnstonepress.com/polar-circus.html

I cannot wait for Van Rooy’s next novel (assuming there is one) to see what trouble awaits the Haaviko family as life goes on. Rating: 5/5

... a provocative, richly satisfying narrative tapestry.” —The Globe and Mail

What is a terrorist doing at a remote research station in the Canadian North? How does he hide his true identity? The polar bear research station at Cape Churchill on the Hudson Bay is menaced by winter storms while the researchers and visiting media are beleaguered by bear attacks. But another force — a malevolent force — is also at work in this isolated camp on the tundra.


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Returns Policy Books may be returned for credit not before three months after invoice date and within 12 months of invoice date. Books must be in resaleable condition, free of retailer’s stickers and accompanied by invoice number. Prior permission is required for returns exceeding 100 books. All returns must be properly packaged and sent prepaid to: LitDistCo c/o 100 Armstrong Avenue Georgetown, ON, Canada L7G 5S4 A restocking fee of 6% may be applied at publisher’s discretion. Turnstone Press gratefully acknowledges the support of the Manitoba Arts Council, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Government of Manitoba through the Department of Culture, Heritage. Tourism and Sport and the Government of Canada through the Canada Book Fund for our publishing activities.

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Discounts

Special Event Terms 40% discount, returnable; overstock must be returned within 30 days of the event in resaleable condition, free of retailer’s stickers. Payment must accompany return. Please contact the Turnstone Press head office regarding special event stock.

ORDERING PRESS TURNSTONE

Trade Distribution and Returns Colleges & Universities (Canada & U.S.) LitDistCo c/o 100 Armstrong Avenue Georgetown, ON, Canada L7G 5S4 phone: (905) 877-4411 fax: (905) 877-4410 toll-free phone: 1-800-591-6250 (Canada only) toll-free fax: 1-800-591-6251 (Canada only) email: orders@litdistco.ca


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