18 B R E C E N T T I T L E S
The Resurrection of Joseph Bourne
This new Ronsdale edition of the Governor General’s Award-winning novel makes available to readers once again the miraculously life-giving world of Port Annie, teetering on the edge of the northwest coast of Vancouver Island, forever threatening to slide into the sea — only to be reborn.
“Crammed with colour and bursting with characters . . . A novel of hope and life.”
Winner of Governor General’s Award
978-1-55380-239-6 B e-book 978-1-55380-240-2 B 6 x 9 B 288 pp B $18.95 B NOVEL
How Happy Became Homosexual
AND OTHER MYSTERIOUS SEMANTIC SHIFTS Howard Richler
An informative yet humorous account of the ever-changing meanings of words in the English language. Learn how “gay” morphed into “homosexual” along with thousands of other examples.
“It’s the kind of the book you pick up every other chance you get.”
978-1-55380-230-3 B e-book 978-1-55380-231-0 B 6 x 9 B 164 pp B $19.95 B LANGUAGE
Cascadia: The Elusive Utopia
EXPLORING THE SPIRIT OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST Edited by Douglas Todd
A collection of essays from some of the best thinkers of the Pacific Northwest, who argue that the geography and history of the region have created an innovative secular spirituality that grounds a utopian vision for the area — B.C., Washington and Oregon. Includes 32 colour photos.
“A well-conceived and important work.”
BRITISH COLUMBIA HISTORY
Silver Medal, ForeWord’s Book of the Year Award
978-1-55380-060-6 B e-book 978-1-55380-295-2 B 6 x 9 B 326 pp B $21.95 B MIND, BODY, SPIRIT/WEST COAST