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new from No PRESS:

fullsizerenderThe fullsizerender1Tumbling Water Washes Bones by Jordan Abel

Produced in a limited edition of 50 copies, 20 of which are for sale.

$3.00ea.

to order , please email derek beaulieu at derek@housepress.ca

Jordan Abel is a Nisga’a writer residing in Rossland, BC. He is currently completing his PhD at Simon Fraser University where he is focusing on digital humanities and Indigenous poetics. Abel’s conceptual writing engages with the representation of Indigenous peoples in Anthropology and popular culture. Abel is the author of The Place of Scraps (winner of the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize and finalist for the Gerald Lampert Memorial Award), Un/inhabited and Injun.

Ofullsizerendernce again, December brings an opportunity to reflect upon the year’s publications. Like previous years, my “most engaging books” list reflects what i found most fascinating / useful / generative. Seek out these volumes, every one will reward the search. Your local, independent, bookstore can help…. This is the cream of the crop for 2016, seriously:

 

Poetry

Non-Fiction

 

 

Work in Translation