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Black Umbrella

by Katherine Lawrence.

Black Umbrella is an extraordinary collection, rich and indelible.

Flyway

by Sarah Ens

This book is a triumph for any time, but savor it now, as power and grace in a troubled world.

The Best of the Bonnet

by Andrew Unger

It’s fantastic, it’s hilarious … The Daily Bonnet is so funny!
—Miriam Toews

Dishonour in Camp 133

by Wayne Arthurson


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Sergeant Neumann and the inmates of Camp 133 are back!

Death Becomes Us

by Kristen Wittman

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Margaret Sweatman

Margaret Sweatman was born in Winnipeg in 1953. She is a novelist, playwright, and lyricist. Her novels include Fox (winner of the McNally Robinson Book of the Year Award) and Sam and Angie. She has also written one chapbook, Private Property and the CD Broken Songs (Stacatto).

Margaret was the winner of the inaugural John Hirsch Award for Most Promising Manitoba Writer. She has a BA in English and History from the University of Winnipeg and a MA from Simon Fraser University. Margaret lives in Winnipeg, where she teaches literature and creative writing.

 

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Sam & Angie

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Margaret Sweatman’s clean and elegant prose portrays the ...

Fox

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Winner of the 1991 McNally Robinson Award for Manitoba Book ...

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