Series: From the HeartYou Mean EverythingLovePaperbackDrivin' n Cryin'9781988168159$6.95POETRY Apr 01, 2018
There are thousands upon thousands of love songs. There’s probably one for every happy and hurting heart, from Springsteen’s "If I should Fall Behind" to Prince’s "Nothing Compares 2 U." On their first album, acclaimed Atlanta band, Drivin’ N Cryin’ wrote a song about love. It wasn’t perfect. It didn’t want to be. Love isn’t perfect. Now, 30 years later, '"Mean Everything" is as relevant and tender as when the needle first touched wax. Never published in print, featuring illustrations by M. C. Joudrey, this little book offers the song’s poetic ... + Read More
Canadian poet Shirley Camia presents a harrowing but exhilarating examination of life before adolescence. In a series of razor-sharp sketches, Camia’s piercing observations are offered as a perfectly balanced counter-weight to the sing-song melody of innocence. Camia and Vancouver illustrator Cindy Mochizuki offer an individual reckoning that unpacks for the reader the universal truth that fear and danger respect no age and ignore all boundaries.
Series: Secrets and LiesAt Bay Press Fiction AnnualPaperbackSabrina Lightstone MA9781988168111$14.95FICTION Oct 01, 2017
The short stories and artwork included in this collection focus on the distorted and rearranged truths that we tell ourselves and others. What emerges from these pages is that loneliness is often the catalyst for how we reject or construct reality. In these stories, different considerations of loneliness are explored, and we get a sense of the solitude each one of us knows. Compelling and evocative, the insightful writing that comprises this Fiction Annual captures the power that secrets and lies have in both the creation and destruction of the... + Read More
Series: Hot Townand other stories1st editionHardcoverJanet Trull9780987966582$28.95FICTION Dec 01, 2016
Multi-award winning author Janet Trull has constructed an adept literary collection of short stories. In this, her astounding first book the author manages to bring together stories about Canadian “town” life. We are transported to locations that seem so familiar yet refreshingly original thanks to the author’s careful precision. These stories, both unforgettable and sometimes shocking, show the author’s fascination with seemingly normal life and what lies beneath once the surface has been stripped bare. The reader will recognize a new powerfu... + Read More
Series: OverheadClouds1st editionPaperbackLucy Haché9780991761074$24.95FICTION Oct 30, 2015
Where forest and sea meet beneath an ever-changing sky. In this brave first book, Lucy Haché transports the reader with her personal revelations on self-awareness and identity. Through skilled restraint and beautifully astute description, Haché's prose reaches past her own contemplation to connect us all. Masterfully illustrated by artist Michael Joyal, his stunning and meteorologically accurate cloud drawings contribute to the overall sensory and transcendent experience.
Illusory, fleeting and spectral - the short stories, artwork and photography included in At Bay Press’s latest anthology illuminate the vastness of the human mind while leaving other corners untouched. As they should be… Rich in archetypal themes yet modern in approach, this Fiction Annual is comprised of writing that explores the need to discern reality from delusion. Proudly printed in Canada, this collection features stories in both literary and graphic novel format. These are tales that lure and unravel as only dreams and nightmares can.
Fiction anthology collecting short stories by the best best short fiction authors. Included in the collection are: Stephen King Alice Munro M C Joudrey Emma LaRocque Peter S. Beagle Peter O'Donnell Lynn Coady Charles de Lint Robert E. Howard Van Kunder Anais Nin Dahlia Kurtz (Foreword)
Series: Charleswood RoadStories1st editionHardcoverM. C. Joudrey9780991761043$22.99FICTION Aug 01, 2014
The fiction and prose selections included in Charleswood Road contrast stark reality with fantasy, mortality with transcendence and explore both the mundane and pivotal choices people make in shaping their world. Each selection, neither predictable nor conventional, challenges one’s assumptions of what is real and what is possible and inspires one to question the role of fate and fortune in one’s own life. From first kisses to last breaths and everything in between, sentiment is stripped away to reveal both the allure and acrimony of humanity... + Read More
Poignant, bleak, funny and fervent, the short stories, artwork and photography included in At Bay Press’s latest anthology illustrate the various implications of love gone awry. The 2013 Fiction Annual is comprised of thoughtful writing about contempt, regret and emancipation that touches the hearts of all readers who have loved and lost. The art and photography are included to support the storytelling but nonetheless stand on their own as fine examples of the theme ‘Jilted Love’. Proudly printed in Canada, this collection features the w... + Read More
After the accident, William begins to see things differently. In fact, he begins to see things no person expects to see, including an orange tabby cat that speaks but can’t answer questions and a half naked, otherworldly woman who isn’t a woman at all. They offer him reluctant aid wrapped in riddles, as William tries to make sense of his new world and the creatures that seem to either goad him or fill him with trepidation. In the midst of this paradoxical universe that has revealed itself to him, William works his way up the petty criminal rank... + Read More
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