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Now Available: Spring 2024 poetry

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We are now accepting submissions for our 2025 poetry releases.

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SPRING 2023 RELEASES

Quartet 2022

Transcribing Moonlight, by Skylar Kay won the 2023 BPAA Robert Kroetsch Award for Poetry.

Congratulations to Skylar! Transcribing Moonlight is a collection of autobiographical haibun outlining a year in the life of a trans woman. The form of the journal itself is traditional for haibun; while experimental at times, the haibun pay attention to the physical world and are therefore able to capture the changing seasons, moons, and phases of the narrator’s life.

Rayanne Haines and Tyler Engström were shortlisted for the 2022 Stephan G. Stephansson Award for Poetry. Congratulations!

A Brush With Depth won the BPAA Book Illustration Award.

Congratulations to Rick Sealock! This book is an in depth retrospective of Rick’s work, and an irreverent and positive look at what it means to be an illustrator today. A must-read for all students of illustration. A must-read if you just like wacky-ness. And now a must-read if you like award-winning books!

Borderlands won the 2021 BPAA Regional Book of the Year Award. It was also was a finalist for the 2021 High Plains Book Award.

Congratulations to Mark Vitaris. This excellent book of black and white photography and insightful essays is most deserving of attention. Visit his website for more information about the project: theborderlandsproject.com. Borderlands is available for purchase directly from our website. Click on the cover image to visit the product page.

Lisa Richter has won the National Jewish Book Awards Berru Award in Mem­o­ry of Ruth and Bernie Wein­flash. 

Nautilus and Bone also won the 2021 Canadian Jewish Literary Award for Poetry, and the 2021 Robert Kroetsch Award for Poetry.

To quote editor Micheline Maylor, Nautilus & Bone (Quartet 2020), “… is an outstanding book, the writing is stunning and it is a true poets’ book for its ability in both form and narrative, and that is, although admittedly biased, absolutely accurate.”

Visit the links below for more information on these prestigious and most deserved awards.