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Where I Live Now by Sharon Butala

Where I Live Now by Sharon Butala

The forthright writing of Saskatchewan author Sharon Butala lays bare the pain—and eventually the possibilities—of having to move on from a nature-filled rural life to a new one as an urban widow. more

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Saskatoon by Amy Jo Ehman

Saskatoon by Amy Jo Ehman

Saskatoon: A History in Words and Pictures may be historical non-fiction but that doesn’t mean it’s boring. Author Amy Jo Ehman tells the history of Saskatoon picture by picture; almost every page has a historical photo and the story behind it. more

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Song of the Sword

Edward Willett

With the Lady of the Lake appearing in Wascana Lake in Regina, and Merlin disguising himself as a tech mogul in Toronto, Song of the Sword by Edward Willett has an entirely different take on the Arthurian legends. more

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Firewater by Harold R. Johnson

University of Regina Press

While writing for a very specific audience, Harold R. Johnson taps into the universal, creating a book that will force you to see alcohol in a new light. more

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Sync City

Peter Ryan

In this post-apocalyptic science fiction tale, Saskatoon is the centre of a massive disturbance in time due to experiments gone awry at the Canadian Light Source. more

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