EAT YOUR HEART OUT WITH MORRO AND JASP


ISBN: 978-1926639727
PRICE: $16.95 special sale price!

Nominated in the Canada, English “Best Innovative Cookbook” category of the World Cookbook Awards. Morro & Jasp are 2014 Canadian Comedy Award winners!




Inspired by the award-winning show Morro and Jasp: Go Bake Yourself, this comedic, multifaceted, and interactive book involves comics, stories, poetry, illustrations, photographs, pie charts and over 130 recipes. Clown sisters Morro and Jasp take readers on a journey through their tastiest recipes, their most intimate thoughts, and their deepest desires as they explore how different foods connect to our different moods. With easy-to-make recipes as well as fun challenges to any reader’s culinary craftsmanship, Eat Your Heart Out is an entertaining guide to help people learn how to love playing with their food again.

“Sure to put a smile on your face”—Milwaukee Public Library

Morro and Jasp are a Toronto-based, award-winning comedy duo with extensive training in Pochinko-based clown work. They have performed in a number of fundraisers and charity events including the Ronald McDonald House and Sick Kids Hospital, as well as the Toronto Clown Festival, the Human River Walk, and numerous activities for Canada Day.

 

 

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COMPARED TO HITLER—RM VAUGHAN

Compared to Hilter CoverISBN: 9781926639659
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RM Vaughan’s essays—taking on everything from photo-conceptualist art to the discordant joys of a Mariah Carey concert—have appeared in Canadian and international publications since the early 1990s. Compared to Hitler is both a “best of” collection and, in Vaughan’s own words, an apology for being such a brat. As the collection’s title tells us, the award-winning writer has been compared to unsavory characters his entire working life—and Vaughan wouldn’t want it any other way.

“RM Vaughan’s essays are sharp. Sharp in the sense of keenly intelligent of course, but also in the sense of knowing: being aware or au courant… The fact that they are also insightful, carefully written and witty, without unduly sacrificing rigour, adds to the pleasure of reading them.”—Peter Dubé, espace

“I smiled a lot reading this new book”—Richard Burnett, Montreal Gazette

“Wicked sense of humour… If you are queer, an artist, a Canadian, or just want to have you thinking challenged while also being entertained, I can recommend it.”—goodreads.com

“Lovely turns of phrase… This book is full of provocative writing about art, culture and life lived interestingly”—Shawn Syms, Winnipeg Review

“Vaughan’s words, turns of phrase, and plethora of provocative ideas are indeed pleasurable enough to be savoured right down to the acidic after taste.”—Drew Rowsome, drewrowsome.blogspot.ca

RM Vaughan is a writer and video artist. He is the author of eight previous books, and his fiction, essays, plays, and poetry appear in more than 50 anthologies. His video works have played in festivals and galleries across Canada and around the world. He lives in Toronto and Berlin.

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BEST CANADIAN ESSAYS 2013

Best Canadian Essays 2013 CoverISBN: 9781926639703
PRICE: $19.95




Culled from leading magazines on topics as diverse as race, economy, literature, sports, bioethics, and family, Best Canadian Essays 2013 contains award-winning and nominated nonfiction articles that are topical, engaging, and have their finger on the pulse of our contemporary psyches. The collection showcases the best essays from journals across the country and features authors including Wayne Grady’s “On the Willing Suspension of Disbelief,” Patricia Robertson’s “Against Domesticated Fiction,” Chris Turner’s “On Tipping in Cuba,” Mark Kingwell’s “Building Cities, Making Friends,” and many more.

Christopher Doda is a critic, an editor, and a poet. He is the author of the collections of poetry Aesthetics Lesson and Among Ruins, and his poems and reviews have appeared in journals and magazines across Canada. He is the book review editor for the online journal Studio.

Stephen Marche is the author of several books, including How Shakespeare Changed Everything and Love and the Mess We’re In. He currently writes “A Thousand Words About Our Culture,” a monthly column for Esquire magazine, which in 2011 was a finalist for the ASME National Magazine Award for Commentary, in addition to opinion pieces for The Globe and Mail, The New Republic, The New York Times, Salon.com, The Toronto Star, and The Wall Street Journal.

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BEST CANADIAN POETRY IN ENGLISH, 2013

Best Canadian Poetry 2013 CoverISBN: 9781926639666
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Continuing in a long-established tradition of poetry excellence, the fifty poems in this sixth annual collection are culled from Canadian literary magazines and journals. Sue Goyette’s handpicked selections include the best, and most current, representations of the vibrant Canadian poetry scene. This distinguished volume includes contemporary poets Anne Carson, Anne Compton, Lorna Crozier, Mary Dalton, Michael Fraser, M. Travis Lane, Patrick Lane, Jacob McArthur Mooney, Jane Munro, Ruth Roach Pierson, Elizabeth Ross, Karen Solie, Sue Sinclair, John Steffler, Matthew Tierney, Fred Wah, and many more.

“A big, full flavour on each and every page of this satisfying anthology”—Lori May, Poets’ Quarterly

The Best Canadian Poetry 2013 surveys the Canadian stream and finds it verdant and splendid.”—Michael Dennis, The Dennis Blog

“Wonderful intro essays”—goodreads.com

Sue Goyette is the author of the poetry collections Ocean, Outskirts, The True Names of Birds, and Undone as well as the novel Lures. She won the 2008 CBC Literary Prize for Poetry, the 2010 Earle Birney Prize, the 2011 Bliss Carman Award, the 2012 Pat Lowther Award, and the 2012 Atlantic Poetry Prize. She teaches in the creative writing program at Dalhousie University and lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Molly PeacockMolly Peacock is a widely anthologized poet and creative nonfiction writer. Her latest work of nonfiction is The Paper Garden: Mrs. Delany Begins Her Life’s Work at 72, and her most recent collection of poetry is The Second Blush. A contributing editor of the Literary Review of Canada, she inaugurated The Best Canadian Poetry in English in 2008 and continues to serve as the series editor. She lives in Toronto.

 

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