paperback – $19.95
A riveting story. For almost fifty years Paul LaPointe wondered what was wrong with him while he struggled with the consequences of undiagnosed bi-polar disorder. He lost relationships, lived a life of extremes and cycled in and out of jail as a result of his bizarre behaviour. While his memoir, From Cell to Sanity, details some of his wilder moments, it is also a chronicle of hope for others who either live with this condition or who are close to someone who does.
Paul Lapointe is a Canadian. This is his debut writing work. After years in and out of prison, Paul Lapointe now lives in Alberta, under treatment and rehabilitated.
Recent & Forthcoming Titles
These poems were composed by Don Brestler over the past few years since his wife Ingrid’s death. They are born of love, sorrow and memories.read more
An intimate biography by Dr.Pratapaditya Pal, viewed by many as Coomaraswamy’s successor, who followed Coomaraswamy at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and was later the Principal Curator of Asian Art at LACMA.read more
A definitive retrospective by Dr.Patapaditya Pal, the world’s foremost specialist in the arts of India, the Himalayas, and South-East Asia. Dr. Pal, in the 1950s, was the first scholar researching the art of Nepal.read more
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 unattainableread more
A beautiful story of loss and healing, amazingly illustrated. Story of Thora and a stuffed toy monkeyread more
This book examines the collaboration between the revolutionary leader of the Reformation and one of the great artists of early modern Germanyread more