Three Iranian women from different generations working at Toronto City Hall respond to institutional racism while the city champions inclusion.
The Untimely Resurrection of John Alexander MacNeil
After willing himself back to life with sheer stubbornness, ninety-year-old John Alexander MacNeil finds Death sitting at his kitchen table.
Ruby Red Skies
A betrayed middle-aged mother embarks on a quest that takes her straight into B.C.’s wildfires and her ancient Mughal ancestry.
This House Is Not a Home
A gripping tale that combines fictional characters with real historical events of a time when the housing system dispossessed Indigenous Peoples across the north.
Honouring the Children of Residential Schools
Anishnaabe artist Jackie Traverse’s third colouring book honours the Indigenous Peoples who were colonized by and endured the violence of Canada’s child-stealing systems.
Sister Seen, Sister Heard
A story for every immigrant struggling between cultures, every youth rebelling against parents, and every woman facing assault alone.
Atacama is the story of two fictional characters of disparate backgrounds but connected by a profound understanding of the other’s emotional predicaments and by their unwavering commitment to social justice.
In this historical fiction, spirited young Eunice escapes inequity and, dressing as a boy, joins a rebellion against the elite-ruled government.
Jude and Diana
A story of two enslaved sisters. A story of brutality. A story of joy. Sharon Robart-Johnson blends archival research with fiction to compel us: Black lives matter enough to remember.
Land-Water-Sky / Ndè-Tı-Yat’a
Land-Water-Sky/Ndè-Tı-Yat’a is the debut novel from Dene author Katłįà. Set in Canada’s far north, this layered composite novel traverses space and time, from a community being stalked by a dark presence, a group of teenagers out for a dangerous joyride, to an archeological site on a mysterious island that holds a powerful secret.