Fiction

  • Weaving Water

    Weaving Water is a novel about otters, healing the human heart, and finding hope for an imperilled Earth. Ecologist Beth Meyer has lost hope for the future of the Earth. Still she yearns to do something that...

    More
  • The Geranium Window

    In the fictional village of Rocky Point, Cape Breton, just after WWII, the Briar family keeps a secret. Locked in his room, Joseph Briar, a child with visible and non- visible disabilities, is hidden from...

    More
  • The Inward Journey

    Sylvia Bolfe sits in her nursing home, criticizes the food and the staff—all but her trusted confidant and registered nurse, Eleanor— and with humour and feistiness recounts her turbulent life. From...

    More
  • The Money Shot

    Sebastian Hunter is a rake and womanizer. He’s also a star reporter for the CBC. He has the money shot of a luxurious house falling over a cliff, and the whole world is watching. He’s about to take...

    More
  • Two-Man Tent

    In Two-Man Tent, one of Canada’s most celebrated writers, Robert Chafe, offers his long-awaited collection of short fiction. The individual stories are thematically linked by an interwoven, recurring...

    More
  • Silence of Stone

    Based on historical records, Silence of Stone recounts the story of Marguerite de Roberval, a young French noblewoman. During a colonizing expedition to New France in 1542, she falls in love with a soldier. Jean-François...

    More
  • The Cuffer Anthology, Volume VII: A Collection of Short Stories from Newfoundland and Labrador

    Now in its eighth year, the Cuffer Prize is sponsored by The Telegram and Creative Book Publishing in St. John’s. It showcases some of the best short fiction from Newfoundland and Labrador writers, both new and...

    More
  • Night Ambulance

    Following an awkward sexual encounter under a wharf in outport Newfoundland, sixteen-year-old Rowena Savoury travels to St. John’s for a secret abortion. But in the early 1970s, the procedure is illegal, and after...

    More
  • Four-Letter Words

    Chad Pelley’s Four-Letter Words, his collection of award-winning short stories, presents us with characters haunted by one four-letter word or another: love, hate, lust, or loss. A father drives across the island...

    More
  • Found Far and Wide

    A novel of remarkable historical breadth, Found Far and Wide follows Sam Kennedy through the tragedy of the Great Newfoundland Sealing Disaster of 1914, the horrors of The First World War, and the dangers of rum-running...

    More