The Unfinished Autobiography
An annotated edition of John Rae’s unfinished autobiography that completes his unparalleled life story.
An edited, annotated collection of funny, affectionate, and insightful letters between two Canadian literary icons.
Timeless and powerful poems contemplating eternity, grief, and love in a reflective and quiet way.
Seven essays discuss both the local perspective and the broader cultural narratives of contemporary ballet.
Marie Rose Delorme Smith and Isabella Clark Hardisty Lougheed
Two remarkable Metis women’s lives during the prairie west’s transition from the fur trade.
Building Canadian Muslim Communities
Community history of first Canadian mosque (1938), celebrating Muslim-Canadian identity and Canada’s homegrown Islamic communities.
Scholarly essays probe the functions of space, memory, and identity in Canadian literature.
Contemplation and Place
Philosophical commentaries on the difficult task of forming a deep, respectful relationship with the land.
Economic Development Lessons from Midsize Canadian Cities
Explores popular economic development strategies in midsize Canadian urban areas.
Women Wilderness Photography
New questions, new stories, new collaborators of early twentieth-century photographer, writer, explorer, mapmaker, and illustrator.
Contemporary Canadian short fiction about perplexing family secrets and the haunting consequences of loss.
Books and Coins from the Prince-Bishopric of Salzburg (c. 1500 — c. 1800)
Salt, Sword, and Crozier highlights the dual authority of the princely sword and the bishop’s staff or crozier.
Two Canadians, Ten Bhutanese, One Stray Dog
From the remote Kingdom of Bhutan, a memoir about running, teaching, and what really matters.
Sixteen Inuit stories portray the unvarnished realities of northern life via strong and gritty characters.
Retired Staff Sergeant Al Lund’s collection of Mountie books, magazines, and comics over forty-five years.
Alberta Meets Pierre Elliott Trudeau, 1968–1972
An insightful history of the fractious early relationship between Pierre Elliott Trudeau and Alberta.
Love to landscapes, politics to jazz; poems to read aloud for the joy of sound.
Lyric poems that tenderly meditate on life and death, joy and sorrow, faith and doubt.
The Canadian Writing Landscape of the 1960s
How the writing landscape of the 1960s shaped the present literary topography of Canada.
Oil, Environment and Alberta’s Image
Documentary filmmakers and PR professionals exemplify Alberta’s internationally escalating clash between environment and economy.