You spend hours at the beach picking up stones. You fell in love with an amethyst geode. You're never without crystals in your pocket. For anyone who has a connection with stones and crystals, this book will expand your understanding of your stone allies and give you new ways to bring their energy into your lifeMore info →
Sharla-Jean Bromley returns to her hometown after a seventeen-year absence with vengeance in her heart. From the very beginning, her plans go awry when she meets devastatingly handsome Josh Morgan, the man to whom her father left half of his multi-million dollar lumber mill.More info →
In this exciting new anthology from Oolichan Books, editors Kim Clark and Dawn Marie Kresan comb the Canadian landscape for its redheaded writers. Only 2% of the world's population is born with red locks, and Canadian Ginger explores what it means to be red in the head. Whether it is a poet, a playwright or a prose writer in between, each has a particular take on the myths and stereotypes of having red hair. The anthology includes established and emerging writers, from nonfiction by Penn Kamp to a short play by Jordan Watkins, from poetry and prose by Bruce Meyer to nonfiction by Christine Lowther.More info →
In Minerva’s Owl, Carol Matthews reflects on Hegel’s observation that the owl of Minerva, the Roman goddess of wisdom, spreads its wings only at twilight. Understanding comes late in life and, as Hegel suggests, the past cannot be rejuvenated, only known. For Matthews, the knowing is helpful. Part grief memoir, part love story, this account an exploration of how bereavement after a long-term marriage can be experienced as part of an ongoing relationship.More info →
Everyone knows everyone’s business in the small fishing community of Kitsum. When young Brenda Joe gets pregnant and quits high school, the news spreads quickly. Things look up when Brenda’s favourite aunt returns to visit and Brenda can reveal her secret relationship with the baby’s father, a local man from a hard-partying family. When Aunt Monica goes to set him straight, her actions trigger a chain of events that neither of the women would have ever expected.
When spring finally arrives with the annual herring spawn, after a long winter of family scandals, how are people able to face one another?