What keeps us together? What breaks us apart? In Love Me True, twenty-six creative nonfiction writers and twenty poets including Lorna Crozier, Michael Crummey, Kevin Chong, Evelyn Lau, Mandy Len Catron, Susan Musgrave, Ayelet Tsabari, Betsy Warland and many others delve deep into the mysteries of long-term bonds.
In this debut collection of personal essays, Silcott looks at the tangle of midlife, the long look back, the shorter look forward, and the moments right now that shimmer and rustle around her. Here is love, grief, uncertainty, longing, joy, desire, fury, and fear. Also wandering bears, marauding llamas, light and laundry rooms.
Edited by Luanne Armstrong and Zoe Landale, Slice me some truth: An anthology of Canadian creative nonfiction is a ground-breaking survey of today's creative nonfiction in Canada; a complex and captivating field of writing that the editors spent four years exploring in the creation of this book.
In Double Lives, the first Canadian literary anthology focusing on mothering and writing, twenty-two writers, who range in reputation from seasoned professionals to noteworthy new talents, reveal the intimate challenges and private rewards of nurturing children while pursuing the passion to write.
Edited by Shannon Cowan, Fiona Tinwei Lam and Cathy Stonehouse
Body Breakdowns, edited by Janis Harper, is a collection of true tales about brushes with mortality and the medical establishment. Some are serious, some are funny; all are about illnesses, both minor and major.