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    9781550817683 Paperback POETRY / Subjects & Themes Publication Date:March 27, 2019
    $19.95 CAD 5 x 7.75 x 0.25 in | 0.5 kg | 96 pages Carton Quantity:120 Canadian Rights: Y Breakwater Books
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      Katie Vatour’s extraordinary debut collection is an eclectic examination of the space where humans and animals meet, where migratory patterns encounter commercial flights, and birds appear as fishermen, security guards, and street performers. There are riffs on the chameleon and lyrebird, odes to buffalo and shark. With poems that are at once intuitive yet idiosyncratic, visceral yet cerebral, and that flourish an unconventional sense of effortless motion, An Unorthodox Guide to Wildlife considers how animals exist in our lives and imaginations: as autonomous beings, as mimics and metaphors of our own lives, and as bellwethers of environmental damage. At times humourous, tragic, or both, these poems tell the story of natural existence in a sometimes unnatural world.
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      Katie Vautour is a visual artist and writer published in a variety of literary journals, and though she dabbles in all genres (including fiction, non-fiction, and playwriting), her main focus is poetry. She is also the director of the Piper’s Frith Writing Retreat. Katie graduated from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University with majors in Filmmaking, Painting, Drawing and Art History. She has participated in residencies in Oaxaca, Mexico, New Brunswick, and the Banff Centre. She exhibits her mixed-media work, paintings, and drawings throughout Atlantic Canada, and gladly repurposes offered used materials into art. She lives in St. John’s.
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      "It’s one thing to view nature through screens – the glass of a fishbowl, cages and pits of a zoo or the controlled risk of packaged safaris. Quite another to immerse oneself in it, be it a walk in the woods, an ocean swim, or in this case, re-examining all of it on paper – a map – an expert’s interpretation of reality. Katie Vautour’s book is much the same – innovative work delivered with unique skill. Another reinterpretation of reality, a re-examination of nature, our world, and with it the imperativeness of attention and care."
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    Dig Terry Doyle Canada
    9781550817591 Paperback FICTION / Short Stories Publication Date:April 01, 2019
    $19.95 CAD 5.25 x 8 x 0.5 in | 1 gr | 184 pages Carton Quantity:48 Breakwater Books
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      ***DANUTA GLEED LITERARY AWARD FINALIST***

      ***ALISTAIR MACLEOD PRIZE FOR SHORT FICTION FINALIST**

      ***MARGARET AND JOHN SAVAGE FIRST BOOK AWARD - FICTION FINALIST***

      ***NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR BOOK AWARDS FICTION AWARD FINALIST***

      ***2020 RELIT AWARDS: LONG SHORTLIST***


      In twelve dialed-in and exceptionally honed short stories, Terry Doyle presents an enduring assortment of characters channelled through the chain reactions of misfortune and redemption. A construction worker’s future is bound to a feckless and suspicious workmate. A young woman’s burgeoning social activism is constrained by hardship and the desperation of selling puppies online. A wedding guest recognizes a panhandler attending the reception. And a man crafts a concealed weapon with which to carry out his nightly circuit of paltry retribution. Through keen-eyed observation, and with an impressive economy of statement, Doyle conveys these characters over a backdrop of private absurdities and confusions—countering the overbearance of a post-tragic age with grit, irony, and infinitesimal signs of hope.

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      Terry Doyle is a writer from the Goulds, Newfoundland. Winner of the 2017 Percy Janes First Novel Award, and finalist for the 2017 NLCU Fresh Fish Award, his work has appeared in Riddle Fence, Papermill Press, and the Newfoundland Quarterly.
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      Awards
      Danuta Gleed Literary Award 2020, Short-listed
      Alistair MacLeod Prize for Short Fiction 2020, Short-listed
      Margaret and John Savage First Book Award, Fiction Category 2020, Short-listed
      Newfoundland and Labrador Book Awards, Fiction Category 2020, Short-listed
      The Relit Awards 2020, Short-listed
      Reviews
      “The stories in DIG offer assured, evocative, loving renditions of the gritty, everyday world of work and family, but are so deftly and delicately written they seem to float.”
      “In DIG, a man carries to work an expired safety helmet, and in his head he has one desire unknown even to himself: to break from fear and be loved, and to give love. Terry Doyle's stories are full of this surface industry and the precarious inner workings of decent people trying to be good in a society worn bare of protection.” - Michael Winter
      “Reading Terry Doyle's stories, I felt I had alighted on an island where familiar objects could be repurposed to new and extraordinary uses. Here is the hardware of everyday life, rendered luminous and infused with meaning. Each story is a perfect, self-contained world. Yet, as you step from one story into the next, you discover small, satisfying overlaps. Somehow, in your pocket, is an object you have carried with you from a previous story. The effect if of a beautifully coherent whole. What a gift, what a discovery, this collection is.”
      “DIG introduces a cast of scavengers and survivors who get their hands dirty, literally and otherwise… each character's fears, motives and assumptions are gently wrenched from their chests when they aren't looking. Terry Doyle's subtle, perceptive, precisely attentive stories will leave you reeling.”
      “A very real and empathetic sense of the struggle of ongoing daily lives, not so much pivotal turning points but vignettes of the day-to-day, the celebrations, losses and loans, arguments, injuries, siblings and families – every strand that makes up the fabric of lives going quietly, deeply wrong. Doyle writes with enviable clean prose that cuts close to the bone.”
      “Terry Doyle brings a true East Coast Canada feel and understanding to his work. What may seem simplistic in his work actually makes the reader think and double-think about what his stories tell us. He is obviously a humble writer and humble man, a quality that rarely shines through in the works of many authors. Simple is not easy writing. Simple is difficult. Doyle is able to hold the attention of the reader as he tells you a story, giving you the feeling you are sitting across from him at his kitchen table. He is a writer who works within a true art form and is one to be admired.”
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    Flying Ace Errol's Gander Adventure Sheilah Lukins Canada, Laurel Keating Canada
    9781550817744 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Action & Adventure Age (years) from 7 - 12, Grade (CAN) from 2 - 6, Grade (US) from 2 - 6, Reading age from 7 - 12 Publication Date:May 10, 2019
    $12.95 CAD 6 x 9 x 0.25 in | 0.5 kg | 36 pages Carton Quantity:84 Canadian Rights: Y Breakwater Books
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      ***CANADA BOOK AWARD WINNER***
      ***BRUNEAU FAMILY AWARD FOR CHILDREN'S/YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE LONGLIST***

      Errol the adventurous little mouse takes to the sky when he meets a young girl, Natasha, playing with a toy airplane. Later, when Errol is left alone, he decides to fly Natasha’s toy plane and begins a magical journey that takes him back in time to one night in 1940. He meets up with Dan, a radio operator on a full-sized Hudson bomber, and gets to accompany the crew on their late night, top-secret flight across the Atlantic. When an enemy plane appears over Ireland and threatens the safety of crew and craft, only Errol can save them from disaster.
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      Sheilah Roberts Lukins lives in St. Philips, NL, with her husband and several garden mice. She has written two non-fiction books for adults and, most recently, her first children’s book: Full Speed Ahead: Errol’s Bell Island Adventure, winner of the Bruneau Family Children’s/YA Award. Her loves include history, horses, dogs, good food, great stories—and of course the occasional mouse.

      Laurel Keating is a self-taught and award-winning artist whose illustration work has appeared in several children's books: Yaffle's Journey, Elliot and the Impossible Fish, Moose's Roof, and Full Speed Ahead: Errol’s Bell Island Adventure, to name a few.  A native Newfoundlander and animal lover, she lives in Portugal Cove, which she has called home all her life.
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      Awards
      Canada Book Award 2020, Winner
      Bruneau Family Award for Children's/Young Adult Literature 2020, Long-listed
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    9781550817522 Paperback FICTION / Historical Publication Date:May 10, 2019
    $19.95 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.5 in | 1 gr | 272 pages Carton Quantity:28 Breakwater Books
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      **CANADA BOOK AWARD WINNER**
      **NEXT GENERATION INDIE BOOK AWARDS FINALIST, HISTORICAL FICTION**
      **BEST ATLANTIC-PUBLISHED BOOK AWARD FINALIST**

      In the small hours of October 14, 1942, a German U-boat sank the passenger ferry SS Caribou in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Of the 237 people on board, 136 perished, including 49 civilians. In Land Beyond the Sea, bestselling author Kevin Major reimagines the events of that fateful night from the perspectives of both those aboard the doomed vessel and the German U-boat commander who gave the order. With his characteristically sharp, evocative prose style, Major delivers an epic work of historical fiction, detailing a life-and-death conflict in the icy waters of the North Atlantic. Land Beyond the Sea is a powerful and empathetic testament to the acts of destruction and the acts of heroism carried out in the name of home.
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      Governor General Award winner Kevin Major is the author of twenty-two books—fiction, literary non-fiction, poetry, and plays. His first novel, Hold Fast, is considered a classic of Canadian young adult fiction, and was adapted into a feature film. As Near To Heaven By Sea: A History of Newfoundland and Labrador was a Canadian bestseller. His work has been translated into several languages, including German, Spanish, Catalan, and Hebrew. One for the RockTwo for the Tablelands, Three for Trinity, and Four for Fogo Island are the first four books in Major’s popular series of crime novels. He and his wife live in St. John’s. They have two grown sons.

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      Awards
      Canada Book Award 2020, Winner
      Next Generation INDIE Book Award, Historical Fiction 2020, Short-listed
      Best Atlantic-Published Book Award 2020, Short-listed
      Reviews
      “…a startlingly good feat of historical fiction.”
      "Meticulously researched and seamlessly blended historical fact and Kevin Major's fiction, Land Beyond the Sea was a great read."
      "It's immediately apparent that Major did a lot of research to write this book. His most casual descriptions are strikingly authentic and the focus is wide-ranging. Whether standing on the bridge of the Caribou or peering through the periscope of U-69, the reader is plunged into the surroundings... Land Beyond the Sea is a crackling read that invokes both sympathy and empathy for the people on both sides of the conflict. It's quite an achievement on Major's part."
      "[Kevin Major] describes the protagonists of both sides, Germans and allies alike, with great empathy . . . his approach is profoundly humanistic."
      “Seeing the island [of Newfoundland] for the first time, the German [commander, Ulrich Gräf,] is captivated by its coastline and 'lofty cliffs indomitable'; he wants to roam the island with a sketchbook, an appreciation that will likely endear him to Newfoundland readers.”
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    Nanny's Kitchen Party Rebecca North Canada, Laurel Keating Canada
    9781550817836 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Imagination & Play Age (years) from 4 - 8, Reading age from 4 - 8 Publication Date:May 15, 2019
    $12.95 CAD 8 x 10 x 0.25 in | 0.5 kg | 36 pages Carton Quantity:75 Canadian Rights: Y Breakwater Books
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      ***CANADA BOOK AWARD WINNER***

      "Where in this racket can Nanny be?

      When you get invited to a kitchen party at your grandmother’s house, there may be certain things you don’t expect to find: like moose and foxes and bears! In this exciting, playful romp through a Newfoundland kitchen party, there are an increasing number of animal party crashers…and one fun-loving Nanny smack dab in the middle of it all."
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      Rebecca North is the author of A Picnic at the Lighthouse and Elliot and the Impossible Fish, finalist for the Bruneau Family Children’s/YA Award Rebecca grew up in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and now lives in Kingston, Ontario. She is the mother of two young children and spends many hours reading and re-reading picture books.

      Laurel Keating is a self-taught and award-winning artist whose illustration work has appeared in several children's books: Yaffle's Journey, Elliot and the Impossible Fish, Moose's Roof, and Full Speed Ahead: Errol’s Bell Island Adventure, to name a few.  A native Newfoundlander and animal lover, she lives in Portugal Cove, which she has called home all her life.
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      "Such a fun, silly read! Upon arriving at her grandmother's for a kitchen party a girl discovers party crashing animals all over the house but her Nanny is nowhere to be found. With rhythmic narration, cute illustrations, and lots of animal friends it's a kitchen party like no other! My kids and I really enjoyed this one!"
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    9781550817713 Paperback FICTION / Family Life Publication Date:May 30, 2019
    $22.95 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 1.25 in | 1 kg | 264 pages Carton Quantity:36 Canadian Rights: Y Breakwater Books
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      ***CANADA BOOK AWARD WINNER***
      ***IPPY AWARDS BRONZE MEDAL, LGBT+ FICTION CATEGORY***
      ***SHORTLISTED FOR THE MIRAMICHI READER'S 'THE VERY BEST!' FIRST BOOK AWARD***
      ***AMERICAN BOOK FEST, LGBTQ FICTION AWARD WINNER***

      Daisy’s job is to be as unobtrusive as possible. But when her father suddenly leaves and her mother breaks down, Daisy’s old life disappears, and she is set free in the rift created between her parents. Susie Taylor’s sharp, quick-witted prose carries Daisy through a family cataclysm, relationships with boys, and her increasingly confusing feelings towards girls, especially Wanda. A refreshingly perceptive and honest debut, Even Weirder Than Before explores the nature of family, friendships, and sexual awakenings—and introduces one of Newfoundland’s most exciting new writers.
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      Susie Taylor’s work has won the NLCU Fresh Fish Award for emerging writers, Riddle Fence’s Leaside Fiction Prize and Newfoundland and Labrador Arts and Letters awards. Even Weirder Than Before is her first novel. She lives in Harbour Grace.
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      Awards
      IPPY Awards, Bronze Medal, LGBT+ Fiction Category 2020, Winner
      The Miramichi Reader's 'The Very Best!' Book Award, First Book Category 2020, Short-listed
      Reviews
      "It’s a queer coming-of-age novel, but its politics is a trick up its sleeve, the very best move saved until the novel’s final sentence… With a subtle hand, Taylor has written a political book that’s also at home in its bright and appealing pink cover—and it’s absolutely a joy to behold."
      "...a deeply personal, deeply funny book, which is garnering a lot of attention."
      "This book is refreshing... honest... and compulsively readable... one of the best books I've ever read about the complexities of growing up."
      “Taylor has written a compassionate and compelling story with a charming and fully realized main character. I can’t wait to read more from this relative newcomer.”
      "I met Daisy Radcliffe between the covers of this book and instantly loved her. Loved her strength. Loved her originality. Daisy meets her everyday realities head on. Susie Taylor has provided her readers with a fresh take on navigating through the awkwardness of the coming of age period. I laughed out loud and cried with real feeling. Susie Taylor has crafted a modern character so bursting with life she is absolutely unforgettable. I look forward to reading more by this author."
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    9781550817805 Paperback FICTION / Short Stories Publication Date:July 08, 2019
    $19.95 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 1 in | 0.5 kg | 192 pages Carton Quantity:39 Canadian Rights: Y Breakwater Books
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      ***SHORTLISTED FOR THE MIRAMICHI READER'S 'THE VERY BEST!' SHORT FICTION AWARD***

      ***2020 RELIT AWARDS: SHORT FICTION WINNER***


      With birth, death, contemplation, and close calls, Send More Tourists… the Last Ones Were Delicious explores how we respond to the weight of social expectations. From the hidden pressures of wall paint and tarot card predictions, to the burden of phone numbers and the dismembering of saints, Waddleton takes us on a surrealist road trip through the missteps of her vivid characters with honesty and compassion. These are stories of survival. Unafraid, dreamy, and downright weird, these stories cross boundaries of geography, gender, and generation with an eye to the transient nature of human life

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      Tracey Waddleton was raised in Trepassey, Newfoundland, and now splits her time between St. John’s and Montreal. She was a finalist for the 2013 NLCU Fresh Fish Award for Emerging Writers, and in 2014 her stories won both second and third place in the Cuffer Prize Competition. She was the recipient of the Lawrence Jackson Award in 2015. Waddleton’s work has been published in Riddle Fence, The Telegram, NQOnline, Paragon 6, and various Cuffer Anthologies.
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      Awards
      The Miramichi Reader's 'The Very Best!' Book Award, Short Fiction Category 2020, Short-listed
      The Relit Award 2020, Short-listed
      Reviews
      "The book’s title is a great tell, both of Waddleton’s wicked sense of humour, and that reading these stories takes you on a trip."
      “I love the sharp originality of this collection! I’m going to dub it kickboxer grit lit – and make no mistake, this is lit – very fine lit – lit that will scour your sensibilities and tickle your funny bone at the same time. There’s joy as the upper cut of the stories catches you off guard and you fall to the mat laughing so hard that you wouldn’t have it any other way. The sheer energy is marvelous and there’s so much poignancy too. Yep, I love these stories!”
      “If you like your literature commanding and sharp, unadorned, defiant, startling, at times even shocking, with just the right touch of the absurd—stories whose characters often twist and wreathe hilariously in their all-too-human shells as they cling with tragic conviction to the ghostly, bygone ideals they were born into—then you’ll devour this inspiring debut. This is simply a fantastic collection, rendered with such fiery, passionate authority, a reader can only assume it marks the beginning of a rich and colourful literary career.”
      “Savage, inventive and very, very funny, Tracey Waddleton’s Send More Tourists… the Last Ones Were Delicious are stories of murder, monsters and chicken nuggets; of cats, infidelity and bank heists; of sex, love and loneliness. They’re stories about what happens when you get what you want—and what happens when you don’t. Showcasing whip-smart dialogue, artful storytelling, and fresh, melodic prose, they reveal a writer with a stunning depth of talent. A moving, ferocious, confident debut that’ll stay with you.”
      "...a sense of being trapped – by gender, mental illness, duty, class, or indeed, a town so small that everyone knows you – is palpable in many of the stories in Send More Tourists… the Last Ones Were Delicious, her debut fiction collection... Waddleton often uses humour and a business-as-usual tone to undercut her characters’ desperation. The book’s cheeky title is a prime example."
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    Hell's Flames to Heaven's Gate A History of the Roman Catholic Church in Newfoundland Jack Fitzgerald Canada
    9781550817225 Paperback HISTORY / Canada Publication Date:December 17, 2019
    $19.95 CAD 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.5 in | 1 gr | 288 pages Carton Quantity:50 Breakwater Books
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      How did a Catholic bishop stop the riot of 1861? Which British monarch physically assaulted a priest in St. John’s? What ancient relics are kept at the Basilica? Did a British princess help build Newfoundland’s greatest Catholic church?

      By mining Newfoundland’s history and folklore, Jack Fitzgerald answers these questions, and many more, in Hell’s Flames to Heaven’s Gate. From Newfoundland’s role as a sanctuary for the displaced immigrants of the Irish-Catholic diaspora to a Catholic Bishop’s plea to an English monarch, and from the stories of relics and cultural artifacts to the building of the magnificent Basilica-Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Jack Fitzgerald returns to chronicle the most socially and politically powerful institution in Newfoundland history.
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      Jack Fitzgerald has worked as a journalist and political columnist with the St. John’s Daily News; a reporter and public affairs writer with CJON and VOCM news; and as the editor of The Newfoundland Herald and Newfoundland Chronicle. He lives in St. John’s.
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    Inquiries Michelle Porter Canada
    9781550817928 Paperback POETRY / Women Authors Publication Date:June 30, 2019
    $19.95 CAD 5 x 7.75 x 0.25 in | 0.5 kg | 96 pages Carton Quantity:114 Canadian Rights: Y Breakwater Books
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      **SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2020 PAT LOWTHER MEMORIAL AWARD**
      **LONGLISTED FOR THE MIRAMICHI READER'S 'THE VERY BEST!' BOOK AWARD**

      In poems that risk the comingling of anger and elegy, poetry and documentation, humour and the dark spectre of poverty, Michelle Porter’s Inquiries oscillates at its edges, and amplifies the presence of human strength as it keeps company with our enigmatic and ever-present nemeses. This is a startling debut where the line between reality and reality television blurs, where a simple trip to the grocery store unifies mother and daughter in struggle, and where an economics of iniquity proves the existence of love as equality. With wit, poise, raw emotion, and versatility, Inquiries announces the emergence of an impressive new talent.
      Bio
      Michelle Porter is a Red River Métis poet, journalist, and editor. She holds degrees in journalism, folklore, and geography (PhD). Her academic research and creative work have been focused on home, Métis mobility, and the changing nature of our relationship to land. She’s won awards for her work in poetry and journalism, and has been published in literary journals, newspapers, and magazines across the country. She lives in St. John’s.
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      Awards
      The Miramichi Reader's 'The Very Best!' Book Award, Poetry Category 2020, Long-listed
      The Pat Lowther Memorial Award 2020, Short-listed
      Reviews
      "This is an exciting ‘old book’. I say old because it feels as if Porter has gone and peeled off all the old conversations of our half-breed, Métis, and Indigenous families from inside our kitchens and crafted them into this amazing piece of work. I so recall growing up and giving every stick of furniture, doors, walls, even the radio and that new TV a personality. Every word inside my house was a poem. Every poem birthed story, and we rattled all of them together, like Porter has done in her kitchen poems, clutch after clutch. There is no book like this ‘old book’. Sharp-edged, beautiful, poignant, funny, and rich with love—and of course, the poetry is spectacular."
      "Porter has proven herself to be a deft writer... This book is a breath of fresh, warm baked bread air."
      "Inquires is thought-provoking in its ability to question, yet reads deeply personal. Lee Maracle describes the work as 'a new old book,' which speaks to Porter’s powerful capabilities as a writer, thinker, and poet... Porter’s poetics carry old world wisdom, in moments the teachings of Elders, and fuses contemporary poetic strategies."
      "All in all, Inquiries is an example of the power of a poet’s pen. How they can distill and summarize emotions, places and events into a few sentences amazes me and always will."
      “In Inquiries, Michelle Porter traces a Métis family’s history, their mother’s resilience, and their complex sense of home despite stark poverty and transience across houses, towns and cities, and rivers. Porter brings a magic realism to her poetry, where the kitchen, the refrigerator, the faucet and sink, the door, all become witnesses, alongside the poet, to the lives lived. Her lyric sings with quiet grace and undeniable integrity. If the people whose portraits are drawn here sought a way out, these poems nonetheless seek a way further in, to the wisdom the experience carries.”
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    9781550817867 Paperback COOKING / Health & Healing Publication Date:September 12, 2019
    $34.95 CAD 7 x 9 x 1.25 in | 1.25 kg | 288 pages Carton Quantity:12 Canadian Rights: Y Breakwater Books
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      With over 120 amazing keto recipes, Bobbi Pike and her husband, Geoff, serve up the flavours and ingredients of the East Coast, with both original creations and traditional meals re-imagined as low-carb and ketogenic staples. Here you’ll find the Best Ever Breaded Chicken, Game Day Chili, Lasagna, Savoury Cheesy Biscuits, John Cabot Salmon, and Newfoundland Snowballs. With appetizers and fat bombs, main meals and decadent desserts, East Coast Keto also delivers tips, lessons, and nutritional values to help simplify your ketogenic lifestyle. Now you can join the millions of people practicing a ketogenic approach to life, and do it the East Coast Keto way.
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      Bobbi Pike is the co-founder of the East Coast Keto community. She’s also the owner and artist at Bobbi Pike Art. She’s the bestselling author of the adult colouring book The Colours of Newfoundland and Labrador, and the sharable colouring book Come Colour with Me. An art instructor and freelance writer, Bobbi is also a wife, mother, and a puppy/kitty mom.

      Geoff Pike is co-owner and associate artist at Bobbi Pike Art, where he’s also the head of IT, and director of logistics and shipping and receiving. He’s also a senior database designer at Inmarsat Global. A husband and father, Geoff is also a passionate cook, a lover of music, and tolerator of cats.

      Following an East Coast Keto lifestyle, Bobbi and Geoff have together lost more than 100 pounds (and counting).

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      “In East Coast Keto, Bobbi does a great job of making the keto diet easy to understand and simple to follow. She breaks down the myths and gives a practical guide to weight loss and healing. And with lots of family recipes made keto, there is something for everyone.”

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