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CRITICAL THINKING, WORLDVIEWS & LOGIC by Paul Catanu
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CRITICAL THINKING, WORLDVIEWS & LOGIC by Paul Catanu

CRITICAL THINKING, WORLDVIEWS & LOGIC by Paul Catanu is a must read for anyone studying the Humanities or wishing for a survey of the history of the development of thought in the Western World.

368 pgs | 7.5 x 9.25 | Full Color | ISBN 978-0-9877804-2-3 | Softcover

Price $55.00
IN THEIR OWN WORDS, Interviews with Women in Jazz by Sammy Stein
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IN THEIR OWN WORDS, Interviews with Women in Jazz by Sammy Stein

Intimate and revealing interviews with female musicians who have made it on the jazz scene are presented here. Meet some of the greatest female stars and upcoming personalities in the world of jazz. Among these you will find: Selina Albright; Sheila Jordan; Tina May; Isabel Sorling; Ellen Andrea Wang; Silvia Bolognesi; Alison Rayner; Shirley Smart; Mimi Fox; Brandee Younger; Ginetta Vendetta; Taeko Kunishima; Melissa Aldana; Camille Thurman; Millicent Stephenson; Jane Bunnett; Arema Arega; Barb Jungr; Georgia Mancio; Julia Biel; Kitty La Roar

174 pages | 5.83" x 8.27' | ISBN 978-1-926716-59-6 (pbk.) | US $XXX CAN $XX UK £XX

Price $23.99
ARIELLE QUEEN - BOOK I, A KNIGHT FOR A QUEEN, by Michel Levesque
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ARIELLE QUEEN - BOOK I, A KNIGHT FOR A QUEEN, by Michel Levesque

Suddenly thrust into the middle of a battle between evil and more evil that has been raging for centuries she learns of another world co-existing with ours, but invisible to her until that fateful day.

The Award-Winning, Best-Selling Series "Arielle Queen" by Michel Levesque

5 x 8. | 230 pages | ISBN 978-1-926716-32-9 (pbk.) | Softcover 

Price $13.88
THE ENGLISH QABALAH - Complete Edition - Hardcover
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THE ENGLISH QABALAH - Complete Edition - Hardcover

A learned exposition by one of the world's leading Qabalists, this book takes the reader through an exploratory journey through the English Alphabet and the mystic and even subconscious roots of our development of language throughout history.

440 pages | 6 x 9 | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-926716-27-5

Price $48.88
THE MIDAS TOUCH by James Cummins & Cameron W. Reed
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THE MIDAS TOUCH by James Cummins & Cameron W. Reed

“. . . a journey into the predatory nature of some of the practices and institutions in the financial industry today...”

Authors James Cummins and Cameron W. Reed take us on an exploratory journey into the predatory nature of some of the practices and institutions in the financial industry today. What seems innocently enough as capitalism and greed gone naturally wild in an environment of deregulation, soon appears as deliberate political manoeuvering and close control on an international scale by agents and institutions operating above the law. 

5 x 8 | 230 pages | ISBN 978-1-926716-06-0 (pbk.) | Softcover

Price $24.88
The Confessions of Aleister Crowley
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The Confessions of Aleister Crowley

One of the most famous books on the occult ever written, this is a record of Crowley's journey into strange regions of consciousness: his initiation into magic his world-wide travels and mistresses, his experiments with sex and drugs, and the philosophy of his famous Book of the Law.

686 pages | 234mm x 156mm | 50+ photos | ISBN 978-1-926716-65-7

Price $56.00
BURNING IT DOWN by Darren C. Demaree
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BURNING IT DOWN by Darren C. Demaree

At a time so charged with volatility, from an atmosphere so polarized, and nations not only socially-distanced but divided, comes this timely collection, volcanic eruptions of the social and political injustices that ravage the landscape.

62 pages | 4.7" x 7.5' | ISBN 978-1-926716-60-2 (pbk.) 

Price $12.99
THE BLASPHEMOUS BIBLE by Craig Wells
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THE BLASPHEMOUS BIBLE by Craig Wells

"The entire King James bible rewritten and edited for common sense."

The Bible is teeming with cruelty, atrocity, injustice, wickedness, pain, amputation, sacrifice... who knew it could be so funny, too? Rewritten in its entirety, these ‘blasphemous’ new and old testaments take the Bible book by book, line by line, and edit them for sarcasm, satire, credulity and common sense. The result is some of the funniest, scariest stuff you’ll ever read.

496 pages | 6 x 9 | ISBN 978-1-926716-49-7 | Softcover

Price $29.99
The CHASSIDIC TRAUMA UNIT by Abraham Boyarsky
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The CHASSIDIC TRAUMA UNIT by Abraham Boyarsky

“Through this fast-paced novel, replete with kidnappings, espionage and fugitive war criminals, Abraham Boyarsky captures the Chassidic communities, their lives and their voices.”

Sender Pleskin is a self-proclaimed trauma specialist dedicated to serving his Chassidic community and to ‘gently’ nudging it into modernity.

When a Bubmer Hasid child falls inexplicably into a coma, Sender and his team jump to action. Hunting down leads in his investigation, Sender follows the signs that he interprets to be Divine Providence as they lead them down a circuitous path that will test not only his faith, but all he was and is. 

5. 5 x 8 | 228 pages| ISBN 978-1-926716-40-4 (pbk.) | Softcover

Price $18.88
THE MATCHSTICK GIRL by Suzanne Hocking-Softcover
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THE MATCHSTICK GIRL by Suzanne Hocking-Softcover

THE MATCHSTICK GIRL brings LGBT undercurrents to nineteenth-century Russia, as our young protagonist struggles with class differences, schoolgirl relationships and her search for self-empowerment._x000D_
Price $15.88
SHOW THIEVES 2010 - POETRY ANTHOLOGY
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SHOW THIEVES 2010 - POETRY ANTHOLOGY

SHOW THIEVES 2010 Issue 1

MISSION STATEMENT: To rejuvenate and promote Montreal poetics in the new century.

DECLARATION DE RESOLUTION : Rajeunir et promouvoir la poésie de Montréal dans le nouveau siècle.

Limited to 888 copies | 131 pages | ISBN 978-1-926716-04-6

Price $11.00
CROSSING TO TADOUSSAC by Frederick E. Bryson
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CROSSING TO TADOUSSAC by Frederick E. Bryson

The FLQ have bombed the Montreal Stock Exchange. The streets are charged and a referendum is called on secession. Frederick E. Bryson captures a defining moment in Canadian history in his latest novel "Crossing to Tadoussac".

"Crossing to Tadoussac" evokes the experience of being a Quebecker in the reader, awakening the historical and spiritual struggles that have formed the province and its people.

438 pages | 5 x 8 | ISBN 978-1-926716-00-8 | Softcover

Price $23.88
KOLKATA DREAMS by K. Gandhar Chakravarty
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KOLKATA DREAMS by K. Gandhar Chakravarty

A work that will transport you across the sea to the idealization and mysticism of the East against the realities of its westernization. Reading and reciting this poetry, you will find that laughter often chokes itself on tears while the book yo-yos between meditation and contemplation. 

88 pages | Full Colour | 5.5 x 8.5 | ISBN 978-0-9809108-7-2 (pbk.) | Softcover

Price $18.88
AS WE REFER TO OUR BODIES by Darren C. Demaree
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AS WE REFER TO OUR BODIES by Darren C. Demaree

AS WE REFER TO OUR BODIES by Darren C. Demaree

Our bodies, our individual and collective bodies, and the separate bodies that together combine to make our systems, ecological, biological, psychological and technological--these are the bodies that we refer to...

5 x 8 | 90 pages  | ISBN 978-1-926716-16-9 (pbk.) | Softcover

Price $15.88
A DIRT ROAD HANGS FROM THE SKY by Claudia Serea
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A DIRT ROAD HANGS FROM THE SKY by Claudia Serea

Written in unsparing, haunting detail, Claudia Serea's unforgettable A Dirt Road Hangs From the Sky brings to life the horrors of the brutal Communist repression in her native Romania in the second part of the 20th century -- the prisons, the torture, the barbarous inhumanity -- preserving in memory a time that should never be forgotten. 

5 x 8 | 130 pages | B&W | Softcover | ISBN 978-1-926716-24-4 (pbk.) 

Price $14.88
The McGill Law Journal: 60 years of prose, people and publication-Hardcover
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The McGill Law Journal: 60 years of prose, people and publication-Hardcover

The Journal's alumni covers a who's who of the last 60 years in Canada, from international figures to business leaders; from national politicians to larger-than-life legal scholars; from judges to global entertainers. This is the story of the people who made the Journal work; of the people who each made their first real impacts on the world through an unearthly dedication and passion to their job at the McGill Law Journal...

“...a breathtaking picture of a history that was beginning to slowly fade into the past, strengthening the identity of a key part of Canadian society.”

Read McGill's article on the book

276 pages | Hardcase | ISBN 978-1-926716-25-1 | 8.5 x 11 

Price $44.99 Regular price $49.99
THE LOVE SONG OF J. EDGAR HOOVER by Charles Talkoff
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THE LOVE SONG OF J. EDGAR HOOVER by Charles Talkoff

The Ministry of Ambiance, Fluffy-eared Generals, Special Agent Automatic Turpentine, Katzenberg’s Super Atomic Piston Ring, Mr. Jellybean and Agency men all vie for your thoughts. Welcome to a post-9/11 paranoid world that would have had Hoover dancing in his closet.
In the finest tradition of William S. Burroughs and Thomas Pynchon, comes a strong American author writing in the great American paranoiac’s voice as every page busts forth with a wild and elusive prose that takes the reader on a wild ride where anything becomes a possibility...

5 x 8 | 302 pages | ISBN 978-1-926716-10-7

Price $24.88
MAPLE VEDAS by K. Gandhar Chakravarty
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MAPLE VEDAS by K. Gandhar Chakravarty

The latest in a long line of scriptures, MAPLE VEDAS explores the voyages of the Gods of India – Vishnu, Shiva, Ganesha, Kali – as they visit the northwestern lands of the globe in the past, the present, and the near future. Peopled with other characters like a prophetic moose, a secretive walrus, and a charming groundhog, the interactions and dialogues of this third millenium testament force you to rethink history, religion, and your place in all of it – wherever you come from.

Colour with Original Artwork by Tara Chartrand, Chris Dyer, Collen MacIsaac. 6 x  9 | Full-Color | 78 pages .| ISBN 978-1-926716-05-3 | Softcover

Price $18.88
UNWANTED HOPELESS ROMANTIC MORONS by Geoffrey Alexander Parsons
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UNWANTED HOPELESS ROMANTIC MORONS by Geoffrey Alexander Parsons

From hitch-hiking across the 49th parallel to plane trips to Montreal, road trips to Halifax, drinking in parkades and jamming in friends’ lofts, Unwanted Hopeless Romantic Morons captures the trials and disenchantment of a disconnected generation. Lost in the vastness of Canada, the “Dead-at-25s” isolated in suburbia are lured somnabulistically to cities where they find further alienation and disappointment.

"The prose flows, liquid with passion..." Levi Asher, Literary Kicks.

172 pages | 5 x 8 | ISBN 978-0-9809108-9-6 (pbk.) | Softcover

Price $18.88