JULY 30, 2012.
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THE MADNESS OF YOUTH by Raymond Fraser. Novel. 302 pp. ISBN 978-0-9865-183-4-8 (hardcover) $35.95. ISBN 978-0-9865-183-5-5 (paperback) $19.95..
"Set in the Maritimes and Montreal, The Madness Of Youth unearths the disreputable past of a respected poetry-writing librarian... An unforgettable view of wayward youth in the early Sixties."
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EXPLORING AMAZEMENT by Alan Pearson. New & Selected Poems. 136 pp. $19.95. An outstanding collection by a major Canadian poet.
THE PERSONALITY ADJUSTMENT MACHINE by Robert Markland Smith. Stories & Drawings. $10. "Beware the personality adjustment machine, which turns angry young revolutionaries into compliant, drooling, twitching wimps!"
MARKLAND’S COLOURING BOOK. By Robert Markland Smith. 56 pp. $10. The author asks, "Are you one of the clowns crucified by society?"
MORE CAPE BRETON STORIES by Jess Bond. 170 pp. $16.95. The sixth and latest book by the author of Remembrance of Love.
FOR A MILLION OR MORE MORITICIANS by Leroy Johnson. Poems. 32 pp. $39.95.
Rare Book. Collector's item. The first collection by an important Canadian poet of the Sixties.
DOING TIME by Raymond Gordy. Poems. 70 pp. $20. By a founding editor of The Montreal Free Poet Booster & Blaster.
REPENTANCE VALE by Raymond Fraser.
Novel. 140 pp. $16.95
A satiric tale of neo-gothic horror. "There's no other writer quite like Raymond Fraser. His style is absolutely fascinating." – CORA LILLIAN HUDSON
THE TRIALS OF BROTHER BELL by Raymond Fraser.
Two novels. 272 pp. $21.95 paperback; $41.95 hardcover.
"Represents the best in contemporary satire. Outrageously funny.” – BEST SELLERS, New York.
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DEADLY MISCHIEF by Robert M. Smith.
Poems. 72 pp. $15.
From the deviant mind that brought you "I've Been So Happy Since I Got My Lobotomy" and "Rumpleforeskin Meets The Abomination Of Desolation"!
ZOOPOESIES by Bernell MacDonald.
Poetry. 125 pp. Illustrated. $25. July, 2009
A book of verse directed at mainly young readers, by one of Canada's premier poets.
SWING HIGH by B. J. Murdoch. Novel. 192 pp. $34.95. A tale of mystery and adventure for young readers. Rare book.
Issue No.1, 1966. Rare copy. Collector's item. Features poetry by Elizabeth Brewster, Fred Cogswell, George Bowering, Seymour Mayne, Leroy Johnson, etc. $100.
Issue No.2, 1966. Rare copy. Collector's item. Features poetry by Irving Layton, Leonard Cohen, Raymond Souster, Elizabeth Brewster, Leroy Johnson, Fred Cogswell, Raymond Fraser, etc. $100.
THE DEMON WITHIN
by John Brebner. Hardcover. 248 pp. $59.95. Rare book. By the co-founder of Tom-Tom magazine.
IN ANOTHER LIFE by Raymond Fraser. Novel. 304 pp. $24.95.
"It's a beautifully wrought story, tragic, poignant and full of rich detail. It's just masterful." — Robert Lecker
WINNER OF THE 2009 LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR’S AWARD FOR HIGH ACHIEVEMENT IN LITERARY ARTS
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THE MADONNA OF PORT LLIGAT by Robert M. Smith. Stories, essays and poems. 78 pp. $12.00
From the author of "Street Business".
ONE DAY THE ANIMALS TALKED by Bernell MacDonald.
Stories & Poems.
84 pp. $15.00
In creating a society of human-like animals, MacDonald reveals the world as the funny, ironic, idiosyncratic, vicious and even bestial place it is.
STREET BUSINESS INC. by Robert Smith. Stories. 93 pp. $17.00
Twenty-five unique tales from Montreal's leading underground writer.
FLASHING ON ALL FACETS by Alan Pearson. Poetry. 72 pp. $10.00
"The joy in words, the joy in presenting the romantic splendours of famous times and places and people." — George Woodcock, The Globe & Mail
OASIS by Lore MacDonald. Poetry. 58 pp. $13.95.
A poignant collection of hauntingly insightful poems.
GREEN LIGHTNING by Wayne Curtis. Poetry. 115 pp. $17.95.
"A pleasure to read, for no detail escapes his discerning eye." — Books In Canada
THE MONSTER OF MONEYMORE by Bernell MacDonald. Novel. 102 pp. $17.00
"Brilliant. Breath-taking at times." — Fred Cogswell
RUMPLEFORESKIN MEETS THE ABOMINATION OF DESOLATION by Robert M. Smith. Novella & stories. 193 pp. $20.
"Robert Smith captures the deity and the dust of our everyday world, blends it with soul blood and uses it as ink. A unique and mystical experience." — Brentley Frazer, RETORT MAGAZINE, Australia
THE GRUMPY MAN by Raymond Fraser.
Novella & Stories.
190 pp. $11.95 softcover. $26.95 hardcover
Features 23 new stories and the definitive version of Fraser's classic novella, "The Quebec Prison".
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