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    Lies that Bind Penelope Williams Canada
    9781459745148 Paperback FICTION / Mystery & Detective On Sale Date: April 20, 2019
    $19.99 CAD 5 x 8 x 1.25 in | 456 pages Carton Quantity: 24 Canadian Rights: Y Dundurn
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      Can a whole town be evil?

      Tulla Murphy’s life has unraveled. Spurred by a loss that forces her to rethink all her plans, she retreats to the town where she grew up, even though she vowed never to go back.

      She soon discovers that Parnell is still the petri dish of old secrets and simmering resentments of her youth as she reconnects with her three childhood friends: Leo, Kat, and Mikhail. Their friendship once insulated them from the enmities of the schoolyard and the treacheries of the town, but Tulla isn’t sure if it can protect them again.

      Then mysterious deaths start occurring — the first at the height of one of Parnell’s most ferocious storms. As the body count mounts, Tulla is plagued by a growing suspicion that threatens loyalties and makes her question her memories. Is it possible that her friends are more dangerous than the forces swirling around her?

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      Penelope Williams is an editor and award-winning author of several non-fiction books, including That Other Place: A Personal Account of Breast Cancer. She lives in Westport, Ontario.
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      Penelope Williams’s superb debut mystery is one of those books you don’t want to put down.
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    Series: A Cullen and Cobb Mystery
    None So Deadly A Cullen and Cobb Mystery David A. Poulsen Canada
    9781459741416 Paperback FICTION / Mystery & Detective On Sale Date: May 04, 2019
    $17.99 CAD 5 x 8 x 1 in | 384 pages Carton Quantity: 16 Canadian Rights: Y Dundurn
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      A police investigator’s murder has put Cullen and Cobb back on a twenty-five-year-old cold case.

      It’s a case that has haunted Cullen and Cobb for years — the murder of eleven-year-old Faith Unruh. And now the brutal killing of a police investigator who was similarly obsessed with the little girl’s murder has put PI Mike Cobb and former crime-writing journalist Adam Cullen back on the killer’s trail — and directly in the line of fire.

      As the case is unfolding, Cullen is desperately trying to get out from under the thumb of a local biker gang without ruining his relationship, getting arrested … or worse.
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      David A. Poulsen has been a broadcaster, teacher, football coach, and — most of all — a writer. He is the author of more than twenty-five books, including the first three books in the Cullen and Cobb Mystery series. He lives on a ranch in the Alberta foothills near Calgary.
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    Unconventional Candour George Smitherman Canada
    9781459744653 Paperback BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Political On Sale Date: May 04, 2019
    $22.99 CAD 6 x 9 x 0.5 in | 232 pages Carton Quantity: 36 Canadian Rights: Y Dundurn
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      George Smitherman tells all about his successes and failures as a politician — in Ontario's legislature and in Toronto's city hall — and shares the joys and sorrows of his personal life.

      From modest beginnings, George Smitherman rose to become one of the most powerful politicians in Ontario and then plummeted, defeated by one of the most notorious: Rob Ford. This memoir takes readers on the roller-coaster ride of his career and his personal life as a gay man struggling with the constraints of society and family.

      Smitherman offers candid insights into the hardball politics of city hall and the provincial legislature, as well as the Liberal government under Dalton McGuinty, including accomplishments like prescription drug reforms and the green energy plan, and the so-called eHealth, Ornge, and gas plant scandals. He reveals how he lost the mayoral race but managed to rebound from that defeat, as well from the suicide of his husband. .
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      George Smitherman has spent nearly forty years in politics, serving as senior minister and deputy premier in the Ontario McGuinty government. He lives in Toronto.
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      George Smitherman does what he has always done throughout his career: he tells it like it is … a must-read for political junkies.
      A remarkable book for a politician to write. Its searing honesty sets it apart.
      This is the profoundly personal story of George Smitherman - the man and the politician. In his book, Unconventional Candour, he gives the reader a fascinating insight to his background and outlines the extraordinary influence of his family and friends in his developing a strong sense of community. He was instilled with a belief in the right to equality, the need to fight for justice, and a passion for progress while maintaining his independence. His savvy political instincts, from an early age, led him on a path to become fiercely loyal to the Liberal Party. With blunt honesty and intimate insights, Smitherman narrates the story of the dynamic political landscape of the 80’s and 90’s. He articulates, ‘I delighted in highlighting unsung heroes, and pride myself in my instinct to lift people and communities up.’ This is the strength of leadership we came to know. Five years ago, George’s husband Christopher died from suicide. George’s story is one of lived experience. It is told through the lens of a bereaved spouse, as only someone who has survived their partner can truly understand. If love could have saved him, Christopher would be alive today. George has come far on his journey to create a blessing from the darkness of watching a partner suffer, and experiencing tragic loss and infinite grief. The love of family and friends helped him through his grief. Most of all, the love from his adoring children helped to heal him, ‘from that day until now, my crew of two hugs-and-cuddles have filled the void and saved the day.’ Faced with adversity, trauma and tragedy, George’s resilience alchemized his grief into a force to be reckoned with. He turned tragedy into transformation and loss into legacy. Unconventional Candour will be a transformative read.
      George has been on a remarkable journey. Whether in the political arena or with regards to interpersonal struggles and triumphs, he always speaks honestly and emotionally and offers many life lessons along the way. It’s a story that would be a mirror to city life, family life or inner life. It’s also a tale that would have a strong impact on your own struggles and ultimately your resilience. Told with humor and yes, candor.
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    A Trail Called Home Tree Stories from the Golden Horseshoe Paul O'Hara
    9781459744790 Hardcover NATURE / Plants On Sale Date: May 04, 2019
    $24.99 CAD 5 x 7 x 0.8 in | 232 pages Carton Quantity: 32 Canadian Rights: Y Dundurn
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      An exploration of trees in the Golden Horseshoe and the stories they tell.

      Trees define so much of Canadian life, but many people, particularly in the Golden Horseshoe area of Ontario, don’t know that much about them. Granted, it is harder here: there are more trees that are native to this area than anywhere else in Canada.

      The great storytellers of the landscape, trees are looking glasses into the past. They speak of biology, ecology, and geology, as well as natural and human history. Through a greater understanding of trees, we can become more rooted to the land beneath our feet, and our place in it.
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      Paul O’Hara is a writer, field botanist, landscape designer, and native plant gardening expert. He lives in Hamilton, Ontario.
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      In A Trail Called Home, Paul O’Hara offers a vital new form of nature writing so necessary for our times. His personal story of forging a friendship with the land weaves a passion for trees and a deeply felt understanding of nature, with the settler imperative of bridging connection and building relationship with First Nations who have called this gathering place home for millennia. O’Hara is an inspiring, grounded and eloquent guide on this trail.
      O'Hara's gonzo natural history is part memoir, part elegy, part guide. The result is informative, inspiring, entertaining, and often surprising.
      In A Trail Called Home, Paul O’Hara takes us on a personal walk through the memory of his home place, the wild territory he explored with young friends, and the larger landscape he studied as an adult. Reading the landscape of the Golden Horseshoe to eons past and interpreting what we see now, we see the evolution of change continuing. Through reliving his life experiences, we share the revelation of a deeper meaning to the land, a feeling of connection with the genius loci, and a sense of the divine in the remnants of wild places.
      [A Trail Called Home] is an eloquent mix of botany, history, and memoir, grounded in the landscape of southern Ontario and the magnificent trees of the Golden Horseshoe.
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    Series: A Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery
    Turning Secrets A Stonechild and Rouleau Mystery Brenda Chapman Canada
    9781459741812 Paperback FICTION / Mystery & Detective On Sale Date: May 11, 2019
    $17.99 CAD 5 x 8 x 1 in | 408 pages Carton Quantity: 16 Canadian Rights: Y Dundurn
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      Keeping secrets is a very bad idea.

      Former teenage runaway and new single mother Nadia Armstrong moves to Kingston to turn her life around. But six months after she rents a low-end apartment, her body is found at an isolated construction site. Major Crimes begins piecing together her last days, uncertain if it is a case of suicide or murder. To make matters more difficult, a member of the team is leaking information, putting Staff Sergeant Rouleau in a precarious position.

      Meanwhile, Officer Kala Stonechild’s niece, Dawn, is secretly corresponding with her father, who’s out on early parole and turns up in town uninvited.Dawn’s friend Vanessa is also keeping a dangerous secret — her relationship with an older man named Leo, who preys on young girls. And it’s not long before he has Dawn in his sights.
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      Brenda Chapman is a crime writer who has published over twenty books, including six in the lauded Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series. She lives in Ottawa.
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      With a satisfying ending and a clever twist or two, Chapman ensures that her fans will look forward to the next installment
      Brenda Chapman is a superb suspense writer that knows how to masterfully weave multiple story lines into one cohesive novel.
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    Toronto Reborn Design Successes and Challenges Ken Greenberg Canada, David Crombie Canada, Zahra Ebrahim
    9781459743076 Paperback ARCHITECTURE / Urban & Land Use Planning On Sale Date: May 11, 2019
    $27.00 CAD 6 x 9 x 1 in | 336 pages Carton Quantity: 30 Canadian Rights: Y Dundurn
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      An incisive view of Toronto’s development over the last fifty years.

      In Toronto Reborn, Ken Greenberg describes the emerging contours of a new Toronto. Focusing on the period from 1970 to the present, Greenberg looks at how the work and decisions of citizens, NGOs, businesses, and governments have combined to refashion Toronto. Individually and collectively, their actions — renovating buildings and neighbourhoods, building startling new structures and urban spaces, revitalizing old cultural institutions and creating new ones, sponsoring new festivals and events — have transformed the old postwar city, changing it into an exciting modern one.
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      Ken Greenberg is an urban designer, teacher, and writer, whose passion and advocacy for the city over the past decades has involved him in virtually every aspect of its remarkable transformation. He lives in Toronto.
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      City-building is not a job for those who want instant gratification. Ken Greenberg has been playing the urbanism long-game for six decades — his forethought and instincts on display in Toronto Reborn have been proven correct and the city is now reaping the rewards. But make no mistake: the challenges and obstacles facing Toronto, both political and environmental, are real and only intensifying. Ken has made those issues crystal clear and it’s up to the next generation of civic leaders to continue to point our city in the right direction.
      This book will be an invaluable resource for all people interested in cities, especially for those who call Toronto home. It will help develop a shared vision and make it even better for all, especially for the most vulnerable.
      We are incredibly fortunate to have Ken in our midst, not only observing and chronicling the evolution of our city, but actively shaping how our neighbourhoods are envisioned and built. His work in Regent Park and in our ‘city of the arts’ on the Waterfront has been enormously impactful. Ken's vision and voice are making Toronto an even better place to live, work, learn, and play.
      Ken Greenberg has played an instrumental role in reshaping Toronto for the better over the last forty years. In his book Toronto Reborn, we get his insights into those astounding changes and the challenges we must address to fully realize our city’s potential.
      Toronto is at its greatest crossroads: Will it become one of the great, innovative and inclusive global city of the 21st century, or will it be stymied by its challenges of inequality, affordability, political polarization and its own meekness. Ken Greenberg’s Toronto Reborn tells the remarkable story of a city that has come so far, has so much promise, and can be a beacon for cities across the world. Mandatory reading for mayors, city-builders, businesses and everyone who is concerned with our collective urban future.
      This is a delicious read for all North American urbanists. As Greenberg details the key initiatives that are shaping Toronto’s transformation, he couples a searing critique of past follies with a deep and compelling optimism that our inclusiveness, diversity, open-mindedness, and civility is resulting in a great city that is steadfastly Canadian, but also a world inspiration.
      This book arrives at a critical moment in Toronto’s history. After several decades of explosive growth and social change — which Greenberg frames with insight and optimism — the city is suddenly being confronted with the dramatic policy shifts of a new provincial government. My hope is that the forces Greenberg describes can prevail, and that Toronto can continue its emergence as a global city.
      Although Toronto’s great diversity and social cohesion have been celebrated for decades, a deeper understanding of the city’s collective character remained elusive. In Toronto Reborn, Ken Greenberg weaves a bold new picture of Toronto, revealing its essence and distinctive style.
      Toronto Reborn is a must read for all who care passionately about the future of Toronto. Having been deeply involved in so many of the exciting new initiatives that are re-inventing Toronto, Ken is able to offer an expert and unique history of these events. It is a hopeful and inspiring story of a series of out-of-the-box initiatives over the past fifty years that taken together add up to a new, inclusive, and progressive way to do city building. Will the promise of Toronto be fulfilled in the new political environment? Toronto Reborn sets out what is at stake.
      Ken Greenberg has been one of our prominent guiding lights on urban development and city building. His book comes at an important time in our city’s history, which should be of interest to anyone who is truly concerned about our city’s future.
      Back when I decided that I wanted to understand more about city building I read Ken’s book Walking Home. In Toronto Reborn he builds upon his first book, all the while mindful of the implications of an archaic BNA Act and an anti-urban provincial government. Despite Toronto’s challenges Ken optimistically shares his thoughts on everything from the suburbs to nature and the waterfront. A must read if you want to imagine a better Toronto.
      Many cities claim their history, geography, people, and institutions make them different and newly desirable. But in Toronto’s case, this actually appears to be true — for all the above reasons and for one Ken Greenberg uncovers and explores in great depth: our use of design as a tool of renewal.
      In Toronto Reborn, Ken Greenberg shows his in-depth knowledge and insights of urban design and the social and economic life of cities. This comes from a lifetime of helping cities around the world become better places for everyday people to live. Toronto Reborn is a must read for anyone interested in how and why cities change, and a call to action for those who have chosen Toronto as the place to live, work, and bring up their families. Ken’s values and insights have been a lifelong guide and inspiration to all people who live in cities.
      If you want to understand how a big city works, this is the book for you. By dissecting its organized chaos, Ken Greenberg reveals a complex Torontoism that offers lessons to other cities and a path forward for Torontonians themselves.
      Ken Greenberg’s Toronto Reborn is a great reminder of how far this city has travelled — just as we are poised for dramatically more change. We need to look back to remind ourselves how a values-based city — a city with a social conscience — evolved, and how that might influence our future.
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    9781459743908 Paperback BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Aviation & Nautical On Sale Date: May 18, 2019
    $20.99 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.8 in | 368 pages Carton Quantity: 24 Canadian Rights: Y Dundurn
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      Three hundred nautical miles from shore, I‘m cold and sick and afraid. I pray for reprieve. I long for solid ground. And I can‘t help but ask myself, What the hell was I thinking?

      When Sue Williams set sail for the North Atlantic, it wasn’t a mid-life crisis. She had no affinity for the sea. And she didn’t have an adventure-seeking bone in her body. In the wake of a perfect storm of personal events, it suddenly became clear: her sons were adults now; they needed freedom to figure things out for themselves; she had to get out of their way. And it was now or never for her husband, David, to realize his dream to cross an ocean. So she’d go too.

      Ready to Come About is the story of a mother’s improbable adventure on the high seas and her profound journey within, through which she grew to believe that there is no gift more precious than the liberty to chart one’s own course, and that risk is a good thing … sometimes, at least.
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      Sue Williams earned a degree in occupational therapy from Queen’s University and practised OT for over thirty years. In 2016, she left the health care field to focus on writing. Sue lives in Guelph, Ontario.
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      An entertaining, deceptively profound memoir. I love Sue’s book, a startling, swashbuckling sea adventure, and all the hilarious and terrifying details of that, combined with the very personal story of lost connections and deep love. It is a remarkable story — heroic and inspiring.
      A thrilling adventure, a profound love story, and a testament of self-discovery that will make you cheer. It is not only an empowering memoir, but also a very fine book.
      The writing in this story is deft and seaworthy. Filled with equal measures of blue-water tension and parental worry, Ready to Come About is as much about family and letting go as it is about a courageous journey.
      Sue Williams has shown an inherent writing talent while conveying a wide range of emotion in a profoundly authentic manner. I totally loved it - found myself giggling out loud from time to time as well as getting rather teary once in a while. Ready to Come About emerges as a powerful metaphor and testament to believing in self, taking chances, experiencing relationships and choice; in short, it is a thesis on occupation and spirit. I feel very fortunate to have had the chance to get lost in this compelling narrative prior to print.
      Ready to Come About is a beautifully written memoir about a midlife woman’s electrifying adventure. It is a reminder of how precarious – and glorious – life can be. And it is an inspiring portrayal of love, loyalty, and courage. We should all be so brave!
      In the wake of a perfect storm of personal events, a woman sets sail on an improbable journey across the North Atlantic with her husband. In this debut midlife memoir, life and liberty come into focus through an unexpected high-seas adventure.
      “A great page turner and a MUST read for any woman .... This isn’t to say that men won’t find the book interesting and enjoyable, as they certainly will!”
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    Blissfully Blended Bullshit The Uncomfortable Truth of Blending Families Rebecca Eckler Canada
    9781459743939 Paperback FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Alternative Family On Sale Date: May 25, 2019
    $20.99 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.8 in | 280 pages Carton Quantity: 48 Canadian Rights: Y Dundurn
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      Rebecca Eckler’s newest book chronicles the hard truth of what it’s really like to make a blended family.

      Blissfully Blended Bullshit is a witty, engaging, refreshingly candid chronicle of a modern family’s journey as they blend households. We follow Eckler as her partner and his two children move in with her and her daughter. Then, thanks to a reverse vasectomy, they add a baby to the mix. Readers go along for the ride in this poignant, often hilarious tale, as everyone attempts to navigate their new roles: the children, the in-laws, the exes, the ex-in-laws, and even the dog.

      Lighthearted and intimate, this is an indispensable story about a family determined to make blended splendid, and the juicy truth of what it’s really like behind closed doors in what is rapidly becoming a typical family makeup. Still, if Eckler had to blend again, would she?
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      Rebecca Eckler is one of Canada's best-known journalists and authors. She is the international bestselling author of Knocked Up, Toddlers Gone Wild, Wiped!, and How to Raise a Boyfriend. Rebecca lives in Toronto.
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      With her fearless voice, Rebecca Eckler takes us on her soul-baring journey of blending families, navigating the laugh-out-loud moments and heartbreaking realities with her trademark unapologetic honesty.
      A touching and telling modern love story between husband and wife and mother and daughter and the balance of all the relationships in between. Eckler weaves her story of vulnerability and painful truths to reveal the unfiltered reality of blending families. With her raw sense of honesty and self-awareness, Rebecca Eckler provides an invaluable human approach. This is a valuable and eye-opening read for anyone contemplating a life of blended and splendid.
      Another totally entertaining and relatable read by Rebecca Eckler. As a blended family survivor, I had a visceral reaction to so many of the anecdotes. It is real and it is uncomfortable. This book is a must read for anyone considering (or living through) blending worlds.
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    9781459744226 Paperback BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Personal Memoirs On Sale Date: June 01, 2019
    $19.99 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.8 in | 264 pages Carton Quantity: 52 Canadian Rights: Y Dundurn
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      Joanne Vannicola grew up in a violent home with a physically abusive father and a mother who had no sexual boundaries.

      After being pressured to leave home at fourteen, and after fifteen years of estrangement, Joanne learns that her mother is dying. Compelled to reconnect, she visits with her, unearthing a trove of devastating secrets.

      Joanne relates her journey from child performer to Emmy Award–winning actor, from hiding in the closet to embracing her own sexuality, from conflicted daughter and sibling to independent woman. All We Knew But Couldn’t Say is a testament to survival, love, and the belief that it is possible to love the broken, and to love fully, even with a broken heart.
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      Joanne Vannicola is an Emmy Award–winning actor who has worked in theatre, film, and television. A fierce advocate for LGBTQ+ rights, she lives in Toronto.
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      What skill and mastery Vannicola employs, particularly in the face of her most brutal moments, which others may not have survived...Vannicola does this work with grace, skill and grit, which makes this novel truly one of a time when it is most needed.
      A story fit for this time and the landscape of our culture. Incredibly raw, moving, and honest. Joanne has survived so much and come out triumphant. A book worth reading.
      Joanne Vannicola weaves a compelling narrative about hardship, survival, and resilience that reminds all of us about the enduring importance of forgiveness, family acceptance, and love.
      What you need to know about All We Knew But Couldn’t Say is how brilliantly Joanne Vannicola says what couldn’t be said. She writes about mayhem and emotional violence with such precision that it’s like becoming mesmerized by a tornado moving directly towards you. Becoming an actor may have been Joanne Vannicola’s first step in avoiding the path of destructive forces heading her way, but it’s her writing that feels like a storm contained. This is a story you won’t soon forget.
      I am completely gutted by reading Joanne's beautifully penned heart-wrenching memoir. When every important relationship that shapes us is broken and lacking in nurturing love, it stands as a testament to the power of becoming whole. Raw, unflinching, brave and important, it makes me grateful to know that a voice with this power and honesty is sharing her truth with us all.
      Jo Vannicola’s memoir is shocking, upsetting and occasionally graphic, yet what sets it apart from other similar accounts is an underlying sense of optimism. Out of despair there has emerged a beautifully written account, where the author has not only come through the tribulations of her early life, but become a leading voice for the overlooked and the marginalized. I cannot recommend it enough.
      This frank, sometimes harrowing, always inspiring memoir should be mandatory reading for all — for those afraid of being true to themselves or anyone who needs a hero that demonstrates what personal courage and determination can do.
      Stark. Unflinchingly honest and filled with a type of determination that is seen in LGBTQ people who want more than just survival.
      In this moving memoir, Joanne Vannicola writes herself — and so many of us who have experienced oppression and trauma —onto the page. As a writer, I enjoyed her beautiful, well-paced and evocative storytelling. As a therapist and survivor, I found myself pausing and nodding as she articulated so well her deep and layered understandings of trauma and marginalization. Throughout, I found myself rooting for and cheering on the young girl, actor, activist, and woman of this story.
      Joanne writes the way she lives, with heart and hope and honesty. A must read.
      The book has a cinematic feel to it...All We Knew But Couldn’t Say is a story about someone figuring out their own identity and claiming it, pushing past layers of abuse, confusion and cultural resistance to define themselves as non-binary long before there was a word for it.
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    Waterloo You Never Knew Life on the Margins Joanna Rickert-Hall Canada, Stephanie Kirkwood Walker
    9781459742901 Paperback HISTORY / Canada On Sale Date: June 22, 2019
    $21.99 CAD 6 x 9 x 0.5 in | 200 pages Carton Quantity: 40 Canadian Rights: Y Dundurn
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      The history you don’t know is the most fascinating of all.

      Throughout the nineteenth and early twentieth century, Waterloo, Ontario, could be any small Canadian community. Its familiar histories privilege the “great accomplishments” of those who built the institutions we know today: industry, government, and education. But what of those who were marginalized, weird, and wonderful — real people who lived between the boundaries of mainstream existence?

      Waterloo You Never Knew reveals forgotten and little known tales of a community in transition and reflects on those lives lived in infamy and obscurity, by choice or design. Meet the rumrunner, the ex-slaves, and the cholera victims, the grave-digging doctor, the séance-loving politician, and the sorcery-practising healer.

      Come inside. See the Waterloo you never knew, revealed.

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      Joanna Rickert-Hall is a social historian engaged in the unending search for arcane and overlooked histories. She is the 2015 recipient of the Jean Steckle Award for Excellence in heritage education. Joanna lives in Waterloo, Ontario.
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      Waterloo You Never Knew: Life on the Margins reflects an authentic sense of place that roots the stories in Waterloo Region. It tells compelling stories of our community that should be heard.
      [Joanna Rickert-Hall] has succeeded admirably in “bringing back” the forgotten whose stories deserve to be known and remembered.

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