Roger Nash, former Poet Laureate of Greater Sudbury, reading at the Gore Bay Jazz and Poetry Festival, Sunday, July 27, 1:00 to 4:00 pm., Gore Bay Harbour Centre, on beautiful Manitoulin Island.
Coming Soon in Fall 2014!
The Wintermen, by Brit Griffin
Upsidoon, poems from Roger Nash
Squall, a new novel from Sean Costello
Solo, Yet Never Alone: Swimming the Great Lakes
by Laura E. Young
Those who challenge Canada's freshwater seas know that the lake can turn on you in an instant.
On the occasion of the 60th anniversary since Marilyn Bell swam lake Ontario, Young has interviewed over 40 swimmers who have challenged a Great Lake.
by Leslie Belleau
Belleau blends myth, collective memory, and harsh social realism in a narrative that braids together the lives of Jolene and Beth, two Indigenous women linked by shared children, history, trauma, and healing.
Wolf Man Joe LaFlamme,
by Suzanne F. Charron
The true story of Northern Ontario trapper (and bootlegger) Joe LaFlamme, who raised timber wolves to pull his sleigh, and then traveled with wolves and moose across North America.
Dark Enough to Dance
by Colin Hayward
In these tales, each traveller arrives with expectations, but in the intricate dance with local cultures, the path veers in unanticipated directions. Not until they begin to feel the local rhythms do travellers discover that it is dark enough to dance.
All four Scrivener Press 2013 titles have been shortlisted for this year's Ontario Library Services—North Northern "Lit" Awards:
Finding Grace by Mary-Lynn Murphy, and Dark Enough to Dance by Colin Hayward for the Adult Fiction Award, and From Homestead to Community by Paula Mallea, and
Wolf Man Joe LaFlamme: Tamer Untamed by Suzanne F. Charron for the Louise de Kiriline Lawrence Award for Non-fiction!
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