James M. Fisher

Fontainebleu by Madeline Sonik

In this collection of linked stories (part surreal picaresque, part dark comedy, and part murder mystery) magic meets the mundane…

2 years ago

Invisible Wounds: The emotional journey of a police officer’s battle with PTSD by Norm DeVarennes

This book explains how a shy small town boy's mental health changed as he progressed into his policing career. The…

2 years ago

Bill Arnott’s Beat: Webinar on The Power of Cross-Promotion

Originally presented on September 13th, 2020, This two-hour webinar features Bill Arnott giving a recorded workshop he gave for the…

2 years ago

The Peg Tittle Interview

Peg Tittle is a prolific author, and not just in one genre either. She has published everything from creative fiction…

2 years ago

The Painted Province by Joy Laking

Since 1972, Joy Laking has lived and painted in Nova Scotia, capturing beauty in watercolours, oils, and acrylics in many…

2 years ago

The Ann Burke Interview

Ann Burke’s The Seventh Shot (Latitude 46 Publishing) is a recounting of two grisly Ontario murders some thirty years on,…

2 years ago

Bill Arnott’s Showcase Interviews: Patricia Sandberg

Let's meet award-winning author Patricia Sandberg, a tireless member of the Canadian Authors Association, which is where we met, at…

2 years ago

Daring, Devious, and Deadly: True Tale of Crime and Justice from Nova Scotia’s Past by Dean Jobb

The stories in Daring, Devious, and Deadly are drawn from communities across the province, from Sydney and Amherst to Halifax,…

2 years ago

Restigouche: The Long Run of the Wild River by Philip Lee

A canoe trip that spans decades of historical reflection, offering a unique perspective on the Restigouche, its impact on the…

2 years ago

Elect Her: Still Struggling to be Recognized as Equals by Fred Groves

Fred Groves’ Elect Her: Still Struggling to be Recognized as Equals is an ambitious work that tackles the important topic…

2 years ago

The Hermit of Africville by Jon Tattrie (New Edition)

Jon Tattrie paints a bleak picture of the destruction of Africville through the eyes of a lifelong protestor, Eddie Carvery.…

2 years ago

More Powerful Together – Conversations with Climate Activists and Indigenous Land Defenders by Jen Gobby

Fernwood Publishing has a history of releasing socially conscious books that critique contemporary culture.  Their catalogue extends to a variety…

2 years ago

Side Effects May Include Strangers By Dominik Parisien

I have to admit I was not prepared for how exquisite the first poem “Let Us For A Moment Call…

2 years ago

The Fred Groves Interview

Author and journalist Fred Groves tackles gender disparity in Canadian politics. Highlighting women who have climbed the ranks as Federal…

2 years ago

The Sweetness in the Lime by Stephen Kimber

A clever love story set between Cuba, Miami, and Halifax, exploring the complexities of love at middle-age.

2 years ago

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