If you’re looking for romance and whimsy and magic, look no further than Jeanette Lyne’s newest novel. The Apothecary’s Garden offers readers a blossoming escape where magic is real and human interactions are oh, so civil.
In her debut collection, Congratulations, Rhododendrons, award-winning poet Mary Germaine offers love poems to an insistently unlovely world.
Lucas Crawford’s Belated Bris of the Brainsick is a sharp exploration of the search for happiness and selfhood. Crawford navigates a forgotten/lost Jewish identity. As a post-Catholic, Alberta-bound Newfoundlander and queer-identified person struggling with mental illness, the poet seeks to make space for belonging.