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  1. sankofa (print)

    sankofa (print)

    $24.95

    Available November 2016

    The sankofa trilogy features three extraordinary stories of three powerful women—Mugdu Sankofa, her daughter Sekesu, and her granddaughter Benu—and their resolute belief in blood and truth.

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  2. Refractions: Solo (print)

    Refractions: Solo (print)

    $19.95

    Refractions: Solo is a collection of monologues from diverse contemporary works by Canadian playwrights that reflect the country’s artistic landscape through a breadth of themes, styles, regions, and creative practices.

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  3. How Black Mothers Say I Love You (print)

    How Black Mothers Say I Love You (print)

    $17.95

    From the author of the blockbuster hit ’da Kink in my hair comes an emotional and raw look into family dynamics, trust, resolution and change.

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  4. How Black Mothers Say I Love You (ebook)

    How Black Mothers Say I Love You (ebook)

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    From the author of the blockbuster hit ’da Kink in my hair comes an emotional and raw look into family dynamics, trust, resolution and change.

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  5. Give Voice (print)

    Give Voice (print)

    $19.95
    Ten Twenty-Minute Plays from the Obsidian Theatre Company Playwrights Unit Learn More
  6. Gas Girls (print)

    Gas Girls (print)

    $16.95

    Gigi and Lola live by one motto: love for gas, gas for cash, cash for living, living for love. Living in Zimbabwe’s depressed economy, both women live day-by-day, plying their trade with the truck drivers that stop at the border.

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  7. Gas Girls (ebook)

    Gas Girls (ebook)

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    Gigi and Lola live by one motto: love for gas, gas for cash, cash for living, living for love. Living in Zimbabwe’s depressed economy, both women live day-by-day, plying their trade with the truck drivers that stop at the border.

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  8. da Kink in my hair (print)

    da Kink in my hair (print)

    $15.95
    "My great granny always said, 'If you want to know a black woman, you touch her hair.' She said that is where we carry everything—all our hopes, our dreams, our pain." Learn More
  9. Cast Iron (print)

    Cast Iron (print)

    $16.95
    From the sun-drenched cane fields of Barbados to the sub-zero temperatures of Winnipeg, follow Libya Atwell, a Bajan immigrant, as she wields acerbic wit and humour in an attempt to appease the ghosts of her past. Learn More
  10. Beyond the Pale (print)

    Beyond the Pale (print)

    $19.95
    Dramatic Writing from First Nations Writers and Writers of Colour Learn More

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