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The Running-Shaped Hole by Robert Earl Stewart

A searching, self-deprecating memoir of a man on his way to eating himself to death before discovering the anxiety and…

6 months ago

Don’t Lose Sight: Vanity, incompetence, and my ill-fated left eye by Genevieve A. Chornenki

When Genevieve Chornenki escapes a brush with blindness, things never looked better-city pigeons, people, stainless steel pots. But questions about…

1 year ago

A Womb in the Shape of a Heart: My Story of Miscarriage and Motherhood by Joanne Gallant

A Womb in the Shape of a Heart is the intimate story of Gallant's journey through miscarriage and motherhood, holding…

1 year ago

Lyme Disease in Canada by Brian Owens

Author Brian Owens looks at the conflicts that exist in recognizing, diagnosing and treating Lyme disease, and the failed human…

1 year ago

The Borders of Normal by Manuel Matas, M.D.

As an experienced psychiatrist, Dr. Manuel Matas is very familiar with the science of the human brain—as well as the…

2 years ago

Transplanted by Allison Watson

In Transplanted, author Allison Watson describes her life with Cystic Fibrosis (CF) and her lung's long, slow decline to the…

4 years ago

About Face: Essays on Recovery, Therapies, and Controversies of Addictions in Canada Edited by Douglas Gosse

About Face: Essays on Addictions, Recovery, Therapies, and Controversies seeks to broaden the conversation around addiction in Canada.

4 years ago

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