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The Porcupine Hunter and Other Stories

by Ralph Maud Talonbooks (June 25, 2014)

A selection of the best stories by Henry W. Tate (d. 1914), an important Tsimshian informant to ethnographer Franz Boas.

Meanwhile: The Critical Writings of bpNichol

by bp Nichol & Roy Miki Talonbooks (July 01, 2014)

Meanwhile comprises a substantial collection of bpNichol’s critical writing from the mid-1960s to the year of his death, 1988.

Conversations in Tehran

by Jean-Daniel Lafond & Fred A. Reed Talonbooks (October 01, 2013)

This book documents the fall of Mohammad Khatami’s reform movement through candid conversations with Iranian artists, journalists, and political activists.

Minor Episodes / Major Ruckus

by Garry Thomas Morse Talonbooks (June 15, 2013)

Includes Minor Episodes, a tribute to surrealist narrative and film technique, and Major Ruckus, a parody of speculative fiction.

Writing the Okanagan

by George Bowering Talonbooks (February 01, 2016)

George Bowering was born in Penticton, where his great-grandfather Willis Brinson lived, and Bowering has never been all that far from the Okanagan Valley in his heart and imagination. Early in the twenty-first...

Dead Metaphor

by George F. Walker Talonbooks (September 07, 2015)

Canada’s top playwright sears the page with three new darkly comic plays that denounce political culture, individualism, and the accompanying moral depravity. The title play, Dead Metaphor, examines the collision...

Suburban Motel

by George F. Walker Talonbooks (March 24, 2016)

Six plays, united only by the fact that they each take place in one and the same suburban motel room.