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The "Women in Jazz" Series
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The "Women in Jazz" Series

WOMEN IN JAZZ: The Women, The Legends & Their Fight by Sammy Stein
268 pages | US $29.99 CAN $39.99 UK £23.99 

This book is about women in jazz. It charts their journeys, celebrates their presence, hears their voices, wonders at their prowess and revels in their being. We hear from female agents, arrangers, composers, musicians, PR people, radio hosts, record label managers, singers, writers and more. These are their stories; their views of jazz and how they see the future. The established performers share their years of experience whilst those newer to jazz reflect on observations and changes they have seen.

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

174 pages | US $24.99 

Intimate and revealing interviews with female musicians who have made it on the jazz scene are presented here. 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

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THE LOVE SONG OF J. EDGAR HOOVER by Charles Talkoff-Hardcover
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THE LOVE SONG OF J. EDGAR HOOVER by Charles Talkoff-Hardcover

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(pbk.) | Hardcover

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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.”

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

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THE MIDAS TOUCH by James Cummins & Cameron W. Reed-Hardcover
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THE MIDAS TOUCH by James Cummins & Cameron W. Reed-Hardcover

“. . . 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 | Hardcover

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THROUGH SHADOWS SLOW by Abraham Boyarsky
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THROUGH SHADOWS SLOW by Abraham Boyarsky

*Winner of the 2020 CJLA Award for Fiction

Daniel is in the twilight of his life, tormented by doubts, of cuckolding, illegitimate children, horrors of war and the inanity of all human activity. A miraculous childhood survivor of the Nazi prison camps at Bergen-Belsen, Daniel recounts how he is shipped to Canada when the war is over...

182 pages | 5.5" x 8.25' | ISBN 978-1-926716-57-2 (pbk.) | Softcover

Price $16.19 Regular price $17.99