Sleep is a legible phenomenon of recorded brain waves -- groups of neurons firing in a visible choir.
Poems mine the archival record of Canada's anti-Asian immigration laws at the turn of the twentieth century.
A mentally ill man's erratic behavior provokes his violent arrest--and a broken jaw. Is it police brutality or self-harm?
New-format reprint of Langley's acclaimed play about the life and career of Norman Bethune, early advocate for socialized medicine.
A young man retreats into an increasingly abstract world, and sets out to reconcile the contradictory themes in his life.
The fourth and most acclaimed of Desjardins' novels creates a sensual and exotic world combining history, magic, and the bizarre.