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Age of Minority: Three Solo Plays

Winner, 2014 Governor General’s

Literary Award for Drama

Jordan Tannahill

Three fresh and riveting works

from Jordan Tannahill, one of

Canada’s most acclaimed and

talented young playwrights.

Together, these solo plays explore

the lives of queer youth and their

resilience In the face of violence

and intolerance. Includes

Get Yourself Home Skyler James


Peter Fechter: 59 Minutes




978-1-77091-194-9 $19.95

An Almost Perfect Thing

Nicole Moeller

A multi-perspective thriller about

possession and desire, the need to

own our stories, and our “right”

to the truth. Greg is a journalist;

Chloe is the missing girl he wrote

about six years earlier who has just

returned home. Instead of leading

police to her captor, Chloe turns to

Greg to share her story. But why

won’t she name her kidnapper?

978-1-77091-207-6 $16.95

Arigato, Tokyo

Daniel Maclvor

From acclaimed author

Daniel MacIvor comes a dark and

meditative journey into the heart of

forbidden Japan. A Canadian author

visits Japan on a publicity tour, and

finds himself falling in love as he

straddles the fragmentary place

between two cultures.

978-1-77091-207-6 $16.95

The Best Brothers

Daniel Maclvor

Bunny Best has met her unfortunate

end after a parade mishap. In the

bustle of obituary-writing, eulogy-

giving, and dog-sitting, her two sons’

sibling rivalry quickly reaches its

peak and years of buried contentions


The Best Brothers

is a

bittersweet comedy that explores

the many ways in which we

grieve and the love we find in

unexpected places.

978-1-77091-154-3 $16.95

Between the Sheets

Jordi Mand

Armed with love notes between

her husband and her son’s young

teacher, Marion shows up at a

parent-teacher interview ready for

a confrontation. An intense power

struggle between two women

who may have more in common

than they thought,

Between the


questions the definitions

of right versus wrong, and what

it means to be a mother, wife, and

the other woman.

978-1-77091-210-6 $16.95

Blood: A Scientific Romance

Meg Braem

Twin sisters, Poubelle and

Angelique, are orphaned

along a prairie highway in a pool

of blood. Brought home by

Dr. Glass, they find themselves

the subject of endless experiments

with questionable practices.

Blood: A Scientific Romance


a finalist for the 2013 Governor

General’s Literary Award

for Drama.

978-1-77091-171-0 $16.95

Fronteras Vivientes Eight Latina/o Canadian Plays

Edited by Natalie Alvarez

The first anthology to showcase

the work of established and

emerging Latina/o playwrights in

Canada. Includes:

Prometheus Bound

According to Alberto Kurapel



Guanaco Gaucho

by Alberto Kurapel;

Fronteras Americanas

by Guillermo



by Rosa Laborde;

Three Fingered Jack

and the


of Joaquin Murieta

by Marilo Nunez;


by Beatris Pizano;

The Refugee


by Carmen Aguirre;


to Mapu

by Lina de Guevara; and


by Victor Gomez.

978-1-77091-147-5 $29.95

The Goodnight Bird

Colleen Murphy

A dark comedy about old love and

new courage. Lilly and Morgan are

comfortable in their routine until

Parker, a homeless man, lands on

the balcony of their new condo

and pours himself into the holes

of their relationship.

978-1-77091-120-8 $16.95