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– Fiction –

REQUIEM FOR THE LAST INDIAN

ASHIS GUPTA
Set in the lands of the Cree Indians and the original 17th century settlers with the Hudson’s Bay Company, ‘Requiem’ traces family history and the land’s metamorphosis from a simple, nature-centered life to a complex world of trade, politics and intrigue.

FICTION, NOVEL
ISBN: 978-1-897411-84-1

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SIBERIAN ODYSSEY OF HANS SCHROEDER

A true story, The Siberian Odyssey of Hans Schroeder is the ironic and tragic story of a young German who finds himself on the Russian front where he is taken prisoner. Released from his Siberian POW camp he emigrates to the US and commits a gruesome crime.

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MATHEMAGICK: THE WAR OF FLAT AND WONDER

Following an unexpected visit from the White Rabbit, the Wandering Stars are put to the test when they’re thrust into the middle of a skirmish between the absurdly playful Wonderland and the geometrically composed Flatland. Can cosmic crusaders broker peace?

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MATHEMAGICK: THE POINT AND THE INVISIBLE HAND

JAMES DAVIDGE
The Wandering Stars must grapple with an abstract artist who steals the vanishing point from all of history! Plus, the Invisible Hand is logging the Philosophers Forest with his Seven Deadly Sins!

FICTION, YOUNG ADULT, GRAPHIC NOVEL
ISBN: 978-1-897411-80-3

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PRINCESS OF AMINABAD

SUDHIR JAIN
Set in early 20th century India, a story of the struggles of a woman of extraordinary strength and character living in a conservative society during a period of cultural and political change.

FICTION, NOVEL
ISBN: 978-1-897411-79-7

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RITE OF JAMES BIDDLE

ANDREW BAILEY
The Rev’d. James Biddle loves good books and traditional values, fearing the brave new digital world and the interweb. He’s thirty-six. He fights modernization. Fights and fails to stop his own St. Mtthew’s Anglican Church from holding a U2charist to attract young parishioners.

FICTION, NOVEL
ISBN: 978-1-897411-78-0

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MATHEMAGICK: APPLES AND ORIGINS

JAMES DAVIDGE
The Wandering Stars are put on trial by the Lodge of Inter-temporal Mathematicians to face charges of committing crimes against reality. To defend themselves, ancient secrets are revealed as the Stars’ team leader Hypatia recounts her tragic, mystical beginnings.

YOUNG ADULT, GRAPHIC NOVEL
ISBN: 978-1-897411-76-6

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ROAD TO RUIN

BOB PRODOR
Road to Ruin is the story of a group of four na’erdowells in the early 1960‘s with limited super powers. Instead of dressing up as 1930’s wrestlers and fighting crime, they decide to emulate The Rat Pack by dressing heading out on the road robbing banks and looting towns.

FICTION, YOUNG ADULT, GRAPHIC NOVEL
ISBN: 978-1-897411-73-5

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THE PAINTERS CRAFT

A Toronto artist finds herself in the unlikely role of amateur sleuth as she sets about unraveling the strange death of her mentor, a renowned artist, through the tangle of an art studio and the legacies left behind by the dead artist’s love of mythology and Shakespeare.

FICTION, NOVEL
ISBN: 978-1-897411-56-8

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INSINUENDO

A murder mystery set within the complex world of an anthropological museum.Berry Cates has undergone a “radical lifectomy,” remaking her life at fifty-three, newly single and in a new career at a museum.

FICTION, MYSTERY
ISBN: 978-1-897411-38-4

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THIRTEEN MINUTES

In 1928, an internship with famed equal persons activist Nellie McClung leads Holly Burnside to clerk for the Alberta Eugenics Board, a group which prides itself on the efficiency of their reviews for government mandated sterilization – 13 minutes a case. Holly’s story…..

GRAPHIC NOVEL, HISTORY
ISBN: 978-1-897411-29-2

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THE DUCHESS RANCH OF OLD JOHN WARE

A beautifully illustrated graphic novel that details the rise of a black American cowboy to become a respected cattle rancher in southern Alberta, Canada.

HISTORIC, GRAPHIC NOVEL
ISBN: 978-1-897411-18-6

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CHANTING DENIED SHORES

A powerful novel based on the true story of the Komagata Maru ‘incident’ off the coast of Vancouver a hundred years ago.

FICTION
ISBN: 978-1-897411-16-2

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COWBOY EMBERS

Stories from the Canadian West Don heard around campfires.

FICTION
ISBN: 978-1-897411-14-8

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DIVINE MUSIC

Mohan’s impressive debut explores the connections between spiritual and physical passion in a shifting Indian society, through the lives of two musically gifted young Indian women. Sarika and Swati follow their artistic muses to the local conservatory, and liaisons.

FICTION
ISBN: 978-1-897411-06-3

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RAHUL, A DIFFERENT LOVE STORY

A sequel to the earlier novel, “Krishna, a Love Story”, set in India during the 1971 Bangladesh War with love spilling over into Boston, Massachusetts.

FICTION
ISBN: 978-1-897411-00-1

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ISOLDES DREAM

Stories on the lives and loves of some of Europe’s greatest composers.

FICTION
ISBN: 978-1-896209-91-3

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KRISHNA, A LOVE STORY

A novel of love, violence,and betrayal set in Bengal, India, during the tumultuous days – in the 1970’s – of a peasants’ revolt, brutal reprisals, and relentless ethnic conflict.

FICTION
ISBN: 978-1-896209-83-8

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ACTS OF THE COMPASSIONATES

A satirical narrative of the Gulf War when political machinations, intrigue, and hypocrisy ran amuck.
SATIRICAL FICTION
ISBN: 978-1-896209-49-4

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GRASS CASTLES

Calgary author, editor, and publisher of the acclaimed journal “Alberta Views” recalls in a fictionalized account her childhood days growing up in the Bowness neighborhood of Calgary, Alberta.

FICTION

ISBN: 978-1-896209-23-4

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Animal Farm 2017

In 2017, an irrational, cruel, self-destructive chapter of our history is attempting to become reality.
Let’s STOP it!

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Fate Accompli

“Archeology in a vibrant, real city reveals a mystery in its past and a horrid crime in its present. Berry Cates, preserving artifacts on the dig, needs to solve the buried clues.”

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The Irrelevance of Space

Collecton of six stories of restless feet and wandering spirits.
The Irrelevance of Space, The Katowice Eviction, Remembrance, Fal-e-Hafez, Guantanamo, and The Cyberdeath Files.

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– Poetry –

THE ONE AND THE MANY

JOHN BERRIDGE. WILLIAM RADICE, KETAKI K DYSON
This elegant volume of Tagore’s poems, translated, is copiously illustrated by colour photographs from John Berridge, Professor of Religion at Xavier University, Antigonish, Canada.
POETRY, SPIRITUALITY
ISBN: 978-1-896209-34-0

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CLARITY OF DISTANCE

A brilliant debut collection. Ayesha believes that the power of poetry is in its accessibility and this is reflected in the simplicity of her writing. Her poetry is intended to pry her readers out of their complacency and try and see the world differently.

POETRY
ISBN: 978-1-897411-57-5

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PAST IMPERFECT PRESENT TENSE

In Derk Wynand’s eleventh collection of poems, he continues to explore the effects of geographical displacement on the psyche and language of the emigrant or traveler. Often, the mute animal world lends a physical dimension to abstract meditations on love and loss.

POETRY
ISBN: 978-1-897411-25-4

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UNDER NOSE HILL

Another popular collection of poems from a celebrated Canadian poet.

POETRY
ISBN: 978-1-897411-10-0

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ONLY THE SEA KEEPS

In the wake of the 2004 Asian “tsunami”, trying to come to terms with this cruelest of nature’s acts, a deeply moving colletion of poems by distinguished poets from all over the world. Gathered in this volume is the offering of 80 poets, chosen from the work of hundreds.

POETRY
ISBN: 978-1-896209-69-2

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MUSICAL CHEERS

Victor Mintz minces no words in evoking torrents of laughter with his verse. His limericks are clever, elegant, and always surprising.Exquisite drawings by Judd Palmer makes this volume a beautiful gift – for you and for others.

LIMERICKS, OPERATIC
ISBN: 978-1-896209-68-5

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ORDINARY PLACES, SACRED SPACES

Grace awaits us in the most unlikely places! An extraordinary work of original prose, poetry, and art by two peace activist nuns who explore the sacredness of our surroundings. The book lights up everyday areas of our lives – the humble places our souls call “home”.

ART, POETRY, MEDITATION
ISBN: 978-1-896209-59-3

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EURYDICES SONG

An exquisite mingling of art and poetry by poet William Borden and artist Douglas Kinsey with his exquisite monotypes.

POETRY, ART
ISBN: 978-1-896209-39-5

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WINGED SPIRITS

Dedicated to actor Christopher Reeve in the year of his riding accident, this collection by 24 US poets celebrates ‘angels’, augmented by beautiful collage images by New York artist Jean Zalesky.

ART, POETRY
ISBN: 978-1-896209-20-3

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IF I PLAYED MY LIFE

A collection from Calgary poets, all first-time, that became a North American bestseller – 0ver 2400 copies sold

POETRY

ISBN: 978-1-896209-09-8

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The SEA & THE TOWER

Homeric poems about the sea from one of the most revered Orcadian poets, George Mackay Brown. Beautifully illustrated by Orkney artist, Erlend Brown.

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Bottles & Bones

Featured by the (Great) Indian Poetry Collective and on the official website of Canada’s Parliamentary Poet Laureate, George Elliott Clarke.

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November Poems

A diverse collection of poems, some reflecting the poet’s scientific training, others reflecting his political inclinations

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– Children and Young Adult –

HALIFAX HAL

NICK THRAN
The fifth title in the series “An Odd Little Book”, this is the story of Hal, a lobster from Halifax Nova Scotia, with a talent for playing the guitar. A sad, poetic tale, beautifully illustrated.

CHILDREN’S, FICTION
ISBN: 978-1-897411-77-3

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MY MODERN PANIC

JAMES DAVIDGE
What if the upper class of society started to collect and display the homeless as art? Could a sustainable farm be built on a defunct off-shore oil rig by utilizing guidance and funding from a talking goldfish? Can Davidge forget youthful sins of pulling the hair of a girl he liked?

FICTION, YOUNG ADULT, GRAPHIC NOVEL
ISBN: 978-1-897411-72-8

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UMBRELLA

Beautifully illustrated by Judd Palmer, “The Umbrella” is the uplifting story of love between an umbrella and the human being who is its beneficiary.

CHILDREN’S
ISBN: 978-1-897411-34-6

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POLLY PERFECT AND THE TRAGIC FART

“Polly Perfect and the Tragic Fart” is a hilarious cautionary tale about that most human of all characteristics: embarrassment.

FICTION, CHILDREN’S, POETRY
ISBN: 978-1-897411-36-0

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MAXIMILLIANS MISTAKE

In this long poem, Maximillian leads a perfectly ordinary life until a series of family misfortunes are traced back to him and a ghastly mistake he made in the past, all of which ultimately leads to his own tragic demise.

FICTION, POETRY, CHILDREN’S
ISBN: 978-1-897411-35-3

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DRIFTWOODS WAR

One of a series of stories in the “DRIFTWOOD SAGA”, this is another riveting story by celebrated Canadian Y/A novelist, James Davidge.

YOUNG ADULT, FICTION, FANTASY
ISBN: 978-1-897411-17-9

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JOURNEY TO THE WEST WITH THE STONE MONKEY

The re-telling, by a amazing modern day raconteur, of a 13th century Chinese fable, will amaze you. The story foreshadows every magic you find in Harry Potter, and more. A best-seller.

YOUNG ADULT, FABLE
ISBN: 978-1-897411-08-7

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DRIFTWOOD SAVES THE WHALES

One of a series of stories in the “DRIFTWOOD SAGA”, this is another riveting story by celebrated Canadian Y/A novelist, James Davidge.

FICTION, FANTASY, YOUNG ADULT
ISBN: 978-1-897411-01-8

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DRIFTWOODS CRUSADE

One of a series of stories in the “DRIFTWOOD SAGA”, this is another riveting story by celebrated Canadian Y/A novelist, James Davidge.

FANTASY, YOUNG ADULT, FICTION
ISBN: 978-1-896209-92-0

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THE SORCERERS LAST WORDS

Written and beautifully illustrated by Governor General Award winner, musician, dramatise and puppeteer, Judd Palmer, this is one of five stories in the brilliant series, “Preposterous Fables for Unusual Children”.

YOUNG ADULT, FICTION
ISBN: 978-1-896209-84-5

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THE WOLF KING

Written and beautifully illustrated by Governor General Award winner, musician, dramatise and puppeteer, Judd Palmer, this is one of five stories in the brilliant series, “Preposterous Fables for Unusual Children”.

YOUNG ADULT, FICTION
ISBN: 978-1-896209-82-1

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DRIFTWOOD ELLESMERE

One of a series of stories in the “DRIFTWOOD SAGA”, this is another riveting story by celebrated Canadian Y/A novelist, James Davidge

YOUNG ADULT, FANTASY
ISBN: 978-1-896209-81-4

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THE TOOTH FAIRY

Written and beautifully illustrated by Governor General Award winner, musician, dramatise and puppeteer, Judd Palmer, this is one of five stories in the brilliant series, “Preposterous Fables for Unusual Children”.

FICTION, CHILDREN’S
ISBN: 978-1-896209-76-0

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THE GIANT KILLER

Written and beautifully illustrated by Governor General Award winner, musician, dramatise and puppeteer, Judd Palmer, this is one of five stories in the brilliant series, “Preposterous Fables for Unusual Children”.

CHILDREN’S, FICTION
ISBN: 978-1-896209-47-0

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ALLIGATOR TALES & CROCODILES TOO

Delightful poems written by a whimsical Canadian adventurer who, in the early 20th century, sold his possessions to purchase a boat to travel round the world. These poems, addressed to his grandchildren, were mailed from various port cities

CHILDREN’S, POETRY
ISBN: 978-1-896209-17-3

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– Non-Fiction –

MATTERHORN, MOUNTAIN SUMMER MEMOIR

VIRGINIA MAY
Virginia May grew up in post WW-II England, raised by a single mother. Unable to pay for travel abroad, she went to work in Switzerland to learn about a wider world she did not know. This book describes that sixties trip, a rich experience which she wrote about 10 years later.

MEMOIR
ISBN: 978-1-897411-83-4

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GANGA-JAMUNI

NAZ IKRAMULLAH
This book will interest Cultural Historians, Women’s Studies, as they relate to Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh, and anybody interested in customs, fabrics, jewellery, etc. as they related to a period in South Asian History before the 1947 Partition of Indian and Pakistan.

NON-FICTION
ISBN: 978-1-897411-74-2

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SOUTH SOLO

HAYLEY SHEPHARD
A story of indomitable courage, of passion to save an endangered species like the albatross, and the unique adventure of solo kaying in the frigid waters off Antarctica.

TRUE ADVENTURE
ISBN: 978-1-897411-58-2

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FIERCE VIRGIN

A rare glimpse into the moral strengths and values of a vanishing era.The diary of a young Canadian woman working as a journalist in England in 1949 – 1954. Each entry a letter sent to her mother in Canada. A fascinating relationship in a Catholic upbringing. Confessional?

BIOGRAPHY
ISBN: 978-1-897411-39-1

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ART INSPIRED BY THE CANADIAN ROCKIES, PURCELL & SELKIRK

This book shows the plethora of artistic responses to the Canadian Rockies, Purcell Mountains, and Selkirk Mountains from 1809 to 2012, by mostly Canadian artists who were drawn to the region for a variety of reasons.What did two centuries of artistic exploration yield?

ART, ART HISTORY
ISBN: 978-1-897411-37-7

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PRO PRODUCTION

Kim Huynh’s work is a project in undoing what has been said – unraveling language, meaning, and narratives that have been presented as fixed and immutable. Huynh turns familiar signs on their heads to redefine traditional notions of power and cultural identity.

ART, STUDIO ART
ISBN: 978-1-897411-30-8

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FROM CAIRO TO CAIRO

In late 2007, a young Canadian student and three friends plunge themselves into the Middle East, seeking and filming stories that explore the conflict-ridden societies of Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Israel, and Palestine. Here is what they saw, the persons they met.

TRAVEL
ISBN: 978-1-897411-24-7

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MOVING MOUNTAINS IN INDIA, DRINKING TEA IN TBILISI

Story of late YUN-CHONG PAN, born in Taiwan under Japanese occupation in 1935, immigrated to Toronto, Canada in 1962 and enrolled at the University of Toronto. An economist. Career with the government and the Canadian International Development Agency.

AUTOBIOGRAPHY
ISBN: 978-1-897411-23-0

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INDIA IN MIND

The critical eye that Frank Thompson brings to this sweeping memoir of his days in India adds immensely to our own understanding and sense of wonder.

MEMOIR
ISBN: 978-1-897411-05-6

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A NATURAL WAY OF BUSINESS

How a group of US investors transformed an undeveloped area of the Dominican Republic into a thriving, community friendly, environmentally sensitive resort known as Punta Cana. Beautifully illustrated. Intro by President Bill Clinton.

ENVIRONMENT, ECONOMY
ISBN: 978-1-896209-99-9

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MIND INTO MATTER

In 1986 the trustees of the University of Chicago created an unusual organization, titled The Argonne National Laboratory/ The University of Chicago Development Corporation. The organization soon became known as ARCH, a model for technology transfer.

TECHNONLOGY, RESEARCH
ISBN: 978-1-896209-98-2

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HISTORY OF ART IN ALBERTA

This book provides, for the first time, a comprehensive coverage of the development of art in Alberta from 1905 to 1970. The book documents 165 of Alberta’s first and second generation of visual artists and their notable individualities.

ART HISTORY
ISBN: 978-1-896209-71-5

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SPIRIT OF THE WEST, THE ART OF DON BRESTLER

A beautifully illustrated tribute to a remarkable, self-taught artist of the Canadian West. The 81 oil paintings by Brestler featured in this volume depict perennial and endearing aspects of the West – ‘A Cowboy’s Life’, ‘Wildlife’, and ‘Home on the Range’.

ART HISTORY
ISBN: 978-1-896209-70-8

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SEEING EVANGELINE

A poetic evocation of nature and beauty through photographs of commonplace objects we encounter on our walks – leaves, twigs, dead branches and others.

ART, PHOTOGRAPHY
ISBN: 978-1-896209-67-8

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PARADISE PRESERVED

The story of the Cross family’s land grant of 4,000 acres to the people of Canada, a lanscape teeming with wildlife and natutal beauty. Photography by Bruce Masterman.

NATURE, ECOLOGY
ISBN: 978-1-896209-66-1

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TAMING THE FRONTIER

An important contribution to the history of Art and Women in the Canadian West during the period 1880 to 1920.

ART, HISTORY, FEMINIST
ISBN: 978-1-896209-55-5

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COWBOY MEMOIRS

Brief episodes in the life of a cowboy in the Canadian West.

AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL
ISBN 978-1-896209-51-7

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ON LYING IN BED & OTHER ESSAYS

Noted Canadian-Argentinian author, Alberto Manguel, has lovingly collected a vast number of Chesterton’s incomparable essays for this ever popular title.

ESSAYS
ISBN: 978-1-896209-50-0

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KIPLING

A ‘brief’ biography of a writer who embodies colonial imagination at its finest.

BIOGRAPHY
ISBN: 978-1-896209-48-7

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SITA’S STORY

Authored by scholar and edited by Julius Lipner, Professor of Religion at University of Cambridge, this is one of a series of three objective, unbiased studies published by Bayeux for use in British schools.

HISTORY, RELIGION
ISBN: 978-1-896209-40-1
Pb. $16.95

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STORIES OF KRISHNA

Authored by scholar and edited by Julius Lipner, Professor of Religion at University of Cambridge, this is one of a series of three objective, unbiased studies published by Bayeux for use in British schools.

HISTORY, RELIGION
ISBN: 978-1-896209-37-1
Pb. $16.95

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FRUITS OF OUR DESIRING

Inaugural essays commemorating the Hinduja Centre for Indic Studies at Cambridge University, England.

RELIGION, ESSAYS
ISBN: 978-1-896209-30-2
Pb. $22.95

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THE CREATION OF FAITH

Edited by Professor William Radice of SOAS, this collection of wisdom from Cambridge professor and noted translator of the ‘Bhagavad Gita’, Juan Mascaro, represents his final work. Much used in Vipasana meditation.

SPIRITUALITY
ISBN: 978-1-896209-29-6

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TIBETAN SKY

Images in glowing colour by one of Canada’s leading woodcut artists, Naoko’s travels in Tibet yielded these magnificent creations. Foreword by the Dalai Lama. Essays by Dr Pratapaditya Pal and Dr Christopher Woodhouse.
ART
ISBN: 978-1-896209-28-9

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GURU NANAK

Authored by scholars and edited by Julius Lipner, Professor of Religion at University of Cambridge, this is one of a series of three objective, unbiased studies published by Bayeux for use in British schools.

HISTORY, RELIGION
ISBN: 978-1-896209-27-2
Pb. $14.95

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SEA OTTER CHIEFS

A history of the legendary Haida chiefs of Queen Charlotte Islands (Haida Gwaai) who controlled the maritime sea otter fur trade in the 17th and 18 the centuries. Beautifully illustrated.

HISTORY

ISBN: 978-1-896209-18-0

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SEARCH FOR THE BLUE GOOSE

Painted images that record a Canadian government funded “Search” in the Arctic for the nesting place of the blue goose.

ART

ISBN: 978-1-896209-14-2

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TIMELESS SHORE, Canada’s West Coast Trail

Photographer / author George Allen’s celebration of one of the world’s most notable, and arduous, hiking trails along the Pacific. Original text and superb photography.

NATURE, PHOTOGRAPHY
ISBN 978-1-896209-06-7

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Caring is Everything

“Caring for Everything” brilliantly fosters the notion that all of us, regardless of our education, social or economic status,

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How Canada Came to Be

The author traces the contributions of Marco Polo, even the capture of Constantinople in 1453 paving the inspiration for explorers like John Cabot, Champlain, Cartier and others to lay the foundations of Canada.

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Other Bayeux Titles

IGLOO DWELLERS WERE MY CHURCH

JOHN SPERRY
Fascinating biography of the late Anglican Archbishop of the Arctic who would travel thousands of miles each year by dogsled to serve his icebound parishioners.
BIOGRAPHY
ISBN: 978-1-896209-58-6

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DRIFTWOOD AND THE NECESSARY FOREST

One of a series of stories in the “DRIFTWOOD SAGA”, this is another riveting story by celebrated Canadian Y/A novelist, James Davidge.

YOUNG ADULT, FANTASY, FICTION
ISBN: 978-1-897411-12-4

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SECRET RICHES

A legendary oil explorer tells the story of an age when exploration was an adventure and challenge, rather than a business activity.

BIOGRAPHY
ISBN: 978-1-897411-89-6

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THE FIRST VENTURE CAPITALIST

The story of Harvard Business School professor Georges Doriot as told by award-winning WSJ journalist Udayan Gupta.

FINANCE, BUSINESS
ISBN: 978-1-896209-93-7

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ROBERT DALLAS EN PROVENCE

Lavishly illustrated record of some of the most beautiful homes designed by US architect Robert Dallas in Provence using traditional stones and other material to great effect.

ARCHITECTURE

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ARCTIC NOTES & PRAIRIE PLACES

A collection of poems inspired by the Arctic and the Canadian prairies, both of which the artist loves and holds in awe and admiration. Illustrated in color with the artist’s images.

POETRY, ART
ISBN: 978-1-896209-87-6

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THE MAESTRO

Written and beautifully illustrated by Governor General Award winner, musician, dramatise and puppeteer, Judd Palmer, this is one of five stories in the brilliant series, “Preposterous Fables for Unusual Children”.

FICTION, CHILDREN’S
ISBN: 978-1-896209-78-4

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“FOR NEW ORLEANS” AND OTHER POEMS

Poets, including some Pulitzer Prize winners, from New Orleans and other US cities rallied to put together this collection of poems in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

POETRY
ISBN: 978-1-896209-75-3

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UNDERSTANDING BRAIN DISEASE

Lucid explanation by the former Dean of the Harvard Medical School, of some of the more common disorders of the brain.

HEALTH
ISBN: 978-1-896209-65-4

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THE NEW TOE

Humorous poems illustrated by Calgary artist Bill Brownridge

CHILDREN’S, POEMS
ISBN: 978-1-896209-60-9

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CBC RADIO’S MOUNTAINTOP MUSIC

Michael O’Halloran recounts episodes from the popular program ‘Mountaintop Music’ in which well known figures in the arts and culture had their favorite music played – music they would take with them to solitary places.

ESSAYS
ISBN: 978-1-896209-56-2

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TSING

A moving, somewhat dark, piece of fiction from one of Serbia’s leading authors.

FICTION
ISBN: 978-1-896209-44-9

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SAMI POTATOES

Unique research study conducted in Northern Arctic regions of Russia into the land use of the Sami Indians, traditional reindeer herders. Gorbachev Foundation funded research.

ENVIRONMENT, LAND USE
ISBN: 978-1-89620-91-1

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Gruff

The grass really is greener on the other side.  But a hideous troll has taken up residence under the bridge, and the promised land is forever unattainable

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The Other Everest

NON-FICTION (Leadership)
ISBN 978-1-988440-28-6
Hardcover; 296 pp. $29.95
Pb. 332 pp. $ 19.95
eBook ISBN 978-1-988440-30-9
$14.95

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North

Poetry with an ‘experimental’ flavour that astonishes, pleases and, ultimately, draws our thanks.

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