Non-Fiction

Rig Wives by Kelly Earle

Kelly Earle’s husband, who works offshore in the oil industry, inspired her to write Rig Wives. Interviews with other rig…

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The Art of Misadventure: The Outtakes and Mistakes Of An Adventurous Photographer by Dave Brosha

Join Canadian photographer, explorer, Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, father, and writer Dave Brosha as he lays out…

7 hours ago

Laughing With the Trickster by Tomson Highway

Celebrated author and playwright Tomson Highway brings his signature irreverence to an exploration of five themes central to the human…

6 days ago

The Laughing People: A Tribute to my Innu Friends by Serge Bouchard

The Laughing People, translated from the award-winning Le peuple rieur, conveys the richness and resilience of the Innu while reminding…

6 days ago

Our Voice of Fire: A Memoir of a Warrior Rising by Brandi Morin

Our Voice of Fire chronicles Morin’s journey to overcome enormous adversity and find her purpose, and her power, through journalism.…

1 week ago

Cassoulet Confessions by Sylvie Bigar

Cassoulet Confessions is an enthralling memoir by award-winning food and travel writer Sylvie Bigar that reveals how a simple journalistic…

2 weeks ago

Context & Content: The Memoir of a Fortunate Architect by A.J. Diamond

A deeply personal memoir from one of Canada’s most celebrated architects.

2 weeks ago

Excerpt: First You Have to Learn to Live Alone, by Jeanne Ainslie

The following is an excerpt from the forthcoming nonfiction book by Jeanne Ainslie, First You Have to Learn to Live…

2 weeks ago

Ducks: Two Years in the Oil Sands by Kate Beaton

Her first full length graphic narrative, Ducks: Two Years in the Oil Sands is an untold story of Canada: a…

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Adventures of A Lightkeeper: A Memoir by Barry Porter

For twenty-three years, Barry Porter worked as a lighthouse keeper with the Canadian Coast Guard on the northeast coast of…

3 weeks ago

We, the Others by Toula Drimonis

We, the Others is a poignant look at inter-generational struggles, conflicting loyalties and heartfelt questions of belonging.

3 weeks ago

The Volunteers: How Halifax Women Won the Second World War by Lezlie Lowe

Thoroughly researched and compellingly told, and with a dozen archival images, The Volunteers examines the untold stories of the hardworking…

3 weeks ago

Dulse to Donairs: An Irreverent History of Food in Nova Scotia by Steven Laffoley

Far from the canned ravioli and Jell-O salads of his youth, Laffoley discovered that Nova Scotian food could be fresh…

3 weeks ago

Return to Solitude: More Desolation Sound Adventures with the Cougar Lady, Russell the Hermit, the Spaghetti Bandit and Others by Grant Lawrence

It's been over a decade since renowned broadcaster and indie rock musician Grant Lawrence launched his writing career with the…

4 weeks ago

Blue Portugal by Theresa Kishkan

Much pleasure awaits the reader of Blue Portugal, Theresa Kishkan’s collection of ten essays that sing individually and re-engage with…

4 weeks ago

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