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  1. A Man A Fish (ebook)

    A Man A Fish (ebook)

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    Finalist for the 2016 Governor General's Literary Award for Drama

    A haunting, powerful story, A Man A Fish is a meditation on love, loss, and environmental sabotage.

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  2. A Man A Fish (print)

    A Man A Fish (print)

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    Finalist for the 2016 Governor General's Literary Award for Drama

    A haunting, powerful story, A Man A Fish is a meditation on love, loss, and environmental sabotage.

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  3. African-Canadian Theatre (print)

    African-Canadian Theatre (print)

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    Volume 2 in the series Critical Perspectives on Canadian Theatre in English

    "From theatre and performance history to dramaturgical form, from cultural memory to post-colonial (re)enactments, and from diasporic aesthetics to acts of sexual reclamation, these essays address a number of important thematic and performance concerns." —from the introduction Learn More
  4. Afrika, Solo (print)

    Afrika, Solo (print)

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    The plays in this anthology pit individual against community and cause readers to rethink the associations placed on skin colour, language, and assumptions regarding someone’s past. “Home away from home”; the road to Canada, for some, has meant an abrupt uprooting from an African home. For others, a lineage of Canadian heritage does not equate with “belonging” through the eyes of their communities. Ric Knowles has compiled a collection of pieces from playwrights who explore where home, identity, and race commingle. Learn More
  5. Angélique (print)

    Angélique (print)

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    "And in seventeen thirty-four a Negro slave set fire to the City of Montreal and was hanged..."

    With this bald statement of history as a basis, Lorena Gale constructs a vivid portrait of a time when captive people had no say in the outcome of their lives. Learn More
  6. Beatdown: Three Plays (print)

    Beatdown: Three Plays (print)

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    Three plays from a startling new voice in Canadian theatre. Learn More
  7. Beyond the Pale (print)

    Beyond the Pale (print)

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    Dramatic Writing from First Nations Writers and Writers of Colour Learn More
  8. Cast Iron (print)

    Cast Iron (print)

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    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
  9. da Kink in my hair (print)

    da Kink in my hair (print)

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    "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
  10. 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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