Miracles of Ordinary Men by Amanda Leduc. This is the story of two unlikely dreamers: Sam, a man who wakes up one day to find himself growing wings, and Lilah, a woman who has lost her brother to the streets of Vancouver.
Every Happy Family by Dede Crane (Fiction from Coteau Books): Humorous and heartbreaking, wise and demented, Every Happy Family explores the colourful – and sometimes repurposed – fabric of the Wright family.
Weaving together supernatural with politics, science fiction with social critique, religious commentary with a love story, "King of the Class" takes place six years in the future and a two-state solution has come to Israel.
Ernie and Twink are in the autumn of their lives. In celebration of their thirtieth wedding anniversary, the couple’s children send them on a Caribbean cruise. Free of chores and children, Ernie and Twink are wined, dined, and introduc
Love, and all that jazz by Laurie Lewis (Memoir from The Porcupine's Quill): In Love, and all that jazz, Laurie Lewis again shines the clear light of memory on a time of glorious beginnings and hard consequences; a follow-up to the critically-acclaimed Little Comrades.
A Glittering Chaos by Lisa de Nikolits (Fiction from Inanna Publications): A Glittering Chaos is about what happens when "what happens in Vegas" comes home to haunt you. Melusine is a German librarian whose ho-hum world wobbles after she tags along when her husband Hans attends a Las Vegas optometry conference.