2001 Published Books
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The following six of Exile’s seventeen 2001 books can be purchased directly from us.
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If you would like to view the first part of the 2001 Catalogue, please click: 2001 Part 1

If you would like to view the third part of the 2001 Catalogue, please click: 2001 Part 3


 


THE YEAR ONE New and Selected Poems - Diane Keating

The Year One gathers poems from three books of poetry and also includes the acclaimed poetic fictions "The Salem Diary" and "The Salem Letters." In the ten new poems opening this collection, the first in a decade, masks of the classical and melodious earlier work have been ripped away. With emotion shaped by exactness Diane Keating extends private experience into a larger social context, every poem resonating with the complexities of loss.

The Year One captures a strong and distinctive voice as it has evolved to full maturity.

"Fearless and deeply felt, Diane Keating’s writing combines the tenebrous atmosphere of a story by Edgar Allan Poe and the incisive spirituality of Emily Dickinson’s poetry." –Jane Urquhart

"Once we become accustomed to the dialect, the story (‘The Salem Diary’) becomes a powerful indIctment of puritanism and its consequences." –Toronto Globe and Mail

Poetry; 6x9 182 pages: ISBN 1-55096-624-3

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CONVENT OF CYPRESSES, A HILL OF BONES - Jirair Tutunjian

During the war years of 1915-16, the Turks slaughtered the Armenians. A genocide, forgotten and denied, took place. But Tutunjian, travelling into the desert in his father’s steps – his father who survived by crawling as a child out of a hill of the dead – finds the bones, finds the root of who he is, and who the killers are. A short book long on pain, long on discretion, totally authentic.
Includes an Introduction to the Genocide by Tutunjain, and features 28 historical photographs of the Armenian persecution, a Genocide map, illustrations to compliment the narrative, historical references, and web links.

Personal History; 6x9 80 pages: ISBN 1-55096-X

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THE AFTERLIFE OF VINCENT VAN GOGH - Jean Pelchat
Translated by Lazer Lederhendler

A man takes a trip. His destination: a field of wheat at Auners-sur-Oise in France. It is 27 July, 1890, and he intends to help Vinvent Van Goth kill himself. He comes late in the day. Van Gogh says, "Who are you?" The stranger says, "Why not paint my portrait?" Turning time on its heels, this novel –this fictional biography– leaps into the world of Paris... Cézanne, Apollinaire, Picasso.

Fiction; 6x9 100 pages: ISBN 1-55096-626-X

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SCARF Poems - shannon bramer

"Pleased to meet you. My name is Vera," begins this haunting sequence of poems. Vera works in a scarf store in Hamilton. Vera teaches a class in knot-tying. Vera takes the mannequin head home to bed. With rare and honest utterance scarf poignantly elucidates the effects of loneliness. Surrounded by ghosts, she is searching for human empathy, on the city streets, in her past.
shannon bramer was born in Hamilton in 1973. Her first collection of poetry, suitcases and other poems, was awarded the 1999 Best Book Award by the Hamilton Arts Council. She currently resides in Toronto.

Poetry; 6x9 96 pages: ISBN 1-55096-634-0

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FLYING HOME THROUGH THE DARK - James Clarke

Susan Musgrave has said of Clarke’s work: "poets and writers, lovers, those who have lost someone they love, anyone who has ever had the feeling that ‘life is not fair’ will find something to take away from his poetry." In this -his fifth collection- a retired Justice of the Ontario Court again offers his wise and often wry insights, tinged by frailty and tolerance.

Poetry; 6x9 110 pages: ISBN 1-55096-638-3

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KINDRED OF THE WILD - Charles G.D. Roberts
With an Introduction by Seán Virgo

Controversial from the first, but immensely popular worldwide, Charles G.D. Roberts’ animal stories fixed the landscape and wildlife of Canada in a million imaginations. As popular in their day as Kipling’s Jungle Books, Roberts’ books were far more concerned with precise natural history and with the real experience of wild creatures.
A century later, with our sense of the shrinking wilderness, these stores have a fresh, unsentimental and elegaic impact.

Introduced by Seán Virgo, Kindred of the Wild brings back into print the best work by Canada’s first and greatest storytelling naturalist.

Fiction; 6x9 164 pages: ISBN 1-55096-599-9

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If you would like to view the first part of the 2001 Catalogue, please click: 2001 Part 1

If you would like to view the third part of the 2001 Catalogue, please click: 2001 Part 3

 

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