Archive for September, 2011

Salvatore Ala has published poems widely in journals and anthologies, as well as five broadsides of his work. His first book, Clay of the Maker, was published by Mosaic Press in 1998. With Biblioasis Books, he has published Straight Razor and Other Poems, and more recently Lost Luggage. While your poems in Lost Luggage certainly have […]



A brief but potent graphic novel, Harvey feels like an authentic Canadian story that’s also universal enough for anyone to appreciate. Written by Hervé Bouchard and illustrated by Janice Nadeau, it’s recommended for young adults (ten or over) or anyone interested in a well-crafted and poetic graphic novel. The story is straightforward: Harvey and his […]