"Terra Incognita" by Adebe DeRango-Adem: titled after the Latin term for “unknown land”—a cartographical expression referring to regions that have not yet been mapped or documented—Terra Incognita is a collection of poems that creatively explores various racial discourses and interracial crossings both buried in the grand narratives of history and the everyday experiences of being mixed-race. $18.95

"Terra Incognita" by Adebe DeRango-Adem: titled after the Latin term for “unknown land”—a cartographical expression referring to regions that have not yet been mapped or documented—Terra Incognita is a collection of poems that creatively explores various racial discourses and interracial crossings both buried in the grand narratives of history and the everyday experiences of being mixed-race. $18.95

Canadian Woman Studies: An Introductory Reader, 3rd Edition - Brenda Cranney & Sheila Molloy, eds.: This revised/updated edition, brings together articles previously published in Canadian Woman Studies/les cahiers de la femme (CWS/cf). It offers a unique, historical perspective of feminism and provides an introduction to feminist thought in Canada.  Sections include: Feminist Perspectives; Herstories; Work/Economy; Policy; Violence; Representation; Health; Activism and Resistance. $39.95

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"Only by Blood" - a novel by Renate Krakauer: Spanning over sixty years, this story tells about the lengths to which mothers will go in order to save their daughters and the secrets they will keep to protect them from pain. Set in the broader context of the fraught relationship of Poles and Jews during and after the Second World War, it depicts the circumstances that made some ordinary people behave heroically while others betrayed their friends and neighbours. $22.95

Only by Blood

"The Girl Who Was Born That Way" - a novel by Gail Benick: The story of the Berk family, not exactly an ordinary Jewish family, trying to bury its Holocaust past while starting over in post-war USA. The novel centers on the dynamics between the family’s four daughters, the two oldest girls who grew up in the Lodz Ghetto and he two youngest who came of age in an idyllic American suburb. $19.95

The Girl Who Was Born that Way by Gail Benick (Inanna Publications)

"Moments of Joy" - a novel by Cecelia Frey: Manfred Weiszl lies dying of cancer in an upper room of a grand old Toronto house. The action of the novel is precipitated when Manfred wishes to see Rupert his son before he dies and Rupert refuses to cooperate. How can intervening fate operate in the lives of people? The theme might be said to be: through (or in spite of ) the incredible antics of mankind, life can be salvaged, can be joyful and magical. $22.95

Moments of Joy by Cecelia Frey (Inanna Publications)

"Bear War-den" a novel by Vivian Demuth: while an out-of-control fire rages through a national park, a woman park warden, with two grizzly bear skulls in hand, begins a difficult and dream-like journey to the park boundary. "Bear War-den" explores themes of personal and ecological loss, trauma, and of women and non-human animals dealing with oppression within a male-dominated, and often paramilitary-like Parks Management system. $22.95

"Bear War-den" a novel by Vivian Demuth: while an out-of-control fire rages through a national park, a woman park warden, with two grizzly bear skulls in hand, begins a difficult and dream-like journey to the park boundary. "Bear War-den" explores themes of personal and ecological loss, trauma, and of women and non-human animals dealing with oppression within a male-dominated, and often paramilitary-like Parks Management system. $22.95

"Dancing on a Pin" - poems by Katerina Vaughan Fretwell: Fretwell’s eighth poetry, and art, collection. Honest, stark, brave, and at times a humorous evoking of feelings and ideas, this collection of evocative poems is focused on the poet’s husband's illness (cancer) and eventual death, her close sharing of this process, and the frustration of dealing with modern medical treatment, that is controlled by the pharmaceutical industry. $18.95

"Dancing on a Pin" - poems by Katerina Vaughan Fretwell: Fretwell’s eighth poetry, and art, collection. Honest, stark, brave, and at times a humorous evoking of feelings and ideas, this collection of evocative poems is focused on the poet’s husband's illness (cancer) and eventual death, her close sharing of this process, and the frustration of dealing with modern medical treatment, that is controlled by the pharmaceutical industry. $18.95

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