Peter Counter’s How to Restore a Timeline opens with a series of trigger warnings and spoiler alerts – 9 pages worth. Excellent at riffing on a theme, the author is having fun as he riffs about triggers, but he also isn’t messing around. He means to warn us. Counter’s series of essays are linked by the non-fatal shooting of his father when…
This is not a book about Vikings. Not really. It’s a memoir plus a medieval story, penned by a native of Newfoundland with a knowledge and passion for his birthplace.
The Adversary by Michael Crummey is a dark, enthralling novel about love and its limitations, the corruption of power and the power of corruption.
Critically acclaimed novelist Michelle Butler Hallett rolls out her raucous brand of satire in this tender exploration of the human need for communication, communion, and love.
Walter is a rat whose ancestors go way back, all the way back to an ancient line of the Norway Clan, who hundreds of years earlier, settled in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
More than a quarter century after their move to Port Rexton, the Fishers have produced a love letter to rural Newfoundland, sharing their firm belief in the wonderful things that can happen when you take a chance.
A reimagining of an instructional text on tumbling supports poems about the amateurishness of being human.
A young Catholic cop is challenged to find out who killed Thomas Callahan, the only son of Patrick Callahan, while he faces resistance from an untrusting public—including members of his own family.
The untold story of the engineers who dammed Canada’s Maritime marshlands.
A shocking but compelling story, A Mother's Betrayal takes the reader on an emotional roller coaster from start to finish.
A quirky, tender work of contemporary fiction about grief, love, and starting again at middle-age set in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, from the author of The Pregnant Pause and Fishnets & Fantasies.
Indie Rock candidly focuses on a queer poet/musician’s life in Newfoundland and his personal struggles with addiction, OCD, and trauma.
In Making a Home, Powley tells the story of how she got young disabled people like herself out of nursing homes through developing a group home for adults with severe physical disabilities. This book makes a case for living in the community and against dehumanizing institutionalization.
The definitive guide to cocktails in Newfoundland and Labrador from the co-founder of the popular Newfoundland Distillery, including recipes from the top mixologists and bartenders across the province.
One year ago, Maggie Montgomery’s life crashed down around her. Her hope for a future and family died with her husband, lost at sea in a shipwreck.