Non-Fiction / pb / 160pp / December, 2017 /
ISBN:978-0-88982-325-9
/ $17.95

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...

Non-Fiction / 312pp / September, 2016 /
ISBN:978-0-88982-323-5
/ $23.95

Crocodiles and Ice is a scientist/adventurer's journey into a Consciousness Revolution based on a deep, reciprocal communication with the Earth. The book highlights Jon Turk's award-winning polar expedition circumnavigating Ellesmere Island, as well as other, lesser known passages. But, more critically, Turk tells the story of his...

Non-Fiction / pb / 128pp / February, 2016 /
ISBN:978-0-88982-318-1
/ $19.95

Emilio Picariello is a character who captures the imagination. An entrepreneur to the core, he immigrated to New York from Italy as a young man of 20, and four years later, he had two small stores—one in Toronto and one in Montreal. Like many others, however, Picariello heard the call to head west and landed in Fernie with his young family in...

Non-Fiction / pb / 128pp / May, 2015 /
ISBN:978-0-88982-314-3
/ $12.95

Foot Notes: Telling Stories of Girls’ Soccer reflects on 35 years coaching girls’ and women’s soccer. It’s a bit memoir, a bit of guidebook, a smattering of literary commentary, a dose of nostalgia and confesstional, sprinkled with some sports journalism. Foot Notes urges attentive listening to other’s stories as it shapes,...

Non-Fiction / pb / 400pp / January, 2015 /
ISBN:978-0-88982-309-9
/ $22.95

Cecile and Lynette were living on an "Old MacDonald"-style hobby farm, commuting into the city for work. Each evening Lyn would come home to a farm full of animals and the unpredictable Cec. She could be brilliant, insightful, engaging. She could also turn on Lyn, suddenly and cruelly.

After eight-and-a-half years, just as Lyn had...