AFRICAN LEGACIES, AFRICAN FICTIONS is a collection of interviews and essays on African fiction.
By: Ann Clayton
A collection of memories from a boyhood spent in the village of Mount Stewart, PEI during the 40s and 50s.
By: Allison Roland Jay
A story about a bear named Charlie D whose favourite activity is celebrating special occasions with friends under the crabapple tree.
By: Sherry Lee
A book of poetry about immigrating from South Africa to Canada.
The story of a girl growing up in an abusive family and how she came to confront her past.
By: M. J. Robert
The memoir of a man who grew up in the 50’s, got married, fathered five children, knowing all the while that he was a woman.
By: Janet Manne
Postconial Perspectives is a work of literart criticism that explores English South Africal fiction during the apartheid era.
A collection of poetry that responds to questions of family and spirituality and legacy.
By: James Clarke
The story of a young man serving in India during WWII.
By: Vincent Gilbert
SPEAKING OF WRITING is a collection of interviews with Canadian novelists by Ann Clayton.
Intimate and revealing poems, taking up issues of aging and death, of family and relationship, of doubt and faith.