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How the Blessed Live

By Susannah M. Smith
Categories: Fiction

On an isolated island in Lake Ontario live twins Lucy and Levi and their father, Daniel. While Daniel desperately mourns for his dead wife, Levi and Lucy grow up ever more entwined in their enchanted ...

The Nightingales

By Patricia Seaman
Categories: Fiction

Desire and deceit, love and loathing – The Nightingales is a novel about best friends.

It's summer 1989, and as an insufferable heat stalks the city of Toronto, Julie and Alex fall madly in friendship. ...

Tell it Slant

By Beth Follett
Categories: Fiction

Tell It Slant is a bold, luscious first novel by Beth Follett, publisher of one of Canada's most exciting and respected small presses, Pedlar Press.

Out of the pages of Djuna Barnes's Nightwood and into ...

The Great Canadian Sonnet

By David McFadden
Illustrated by Greg Curnoe
Categories: Fiction

This classic Coach House 'big little' book, small enough for pocket or purse, pleasing to the hand and eye, and long beloved by connoisseurs of Canadian letters, is once again available to an entirely ...

Almost Japanese

By Sarah Sheard
Categories: Fiction

In Sarah Sheard's celebrated novel Almost Japanese, a young girl's obsession with a famous Japanese musician blossoms into personal transformation. In spare, lyrical prose, Sheard documents Emma's discovery ...

Lurvy

By Hal Niedzviecki
Categories: Fiction

Charlotte the spider... Wilbur the pig... Fern and Avery... and Lurvy, the hired hand. They and all the other characters from the timeless children's classic that you remember so well are back, in author ...

New Motor Queen City

By Patricia Seaman
Categories: Fiction

Super Octane Girls get down tonite! Coach House Books has unleashed the omnibus edition of Patricia Seaman's New Motor Queen City on an unsuspecting world.

Previously printed as a limited edition series ...

Piccolo Mondo

It happened in Vancouver, just before 'the sixties' started. A whole generation of poets, writers and artists shook off the repression of 1950s Vancouver. Piccolo Mondo blurs the lines between the fiction ...

Smell It

By Hal Niedzviecki
Categories: Fiction

The debut collection of visceral short fiction from notorious Toronto writer, editor, indie commentator and small ?-press overlord Hal Niedzviecki, Smell It lances the boil of urban life and sticks its ...