The Shoe Boy is Duncan McCue's account of a season spent hunting on a Northern Quebec trapline as a teenager. McCue is a member of the Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation in southern Ontario, and his memoir is a rendering of a landscape and culture few people know.
In Opium Eater,Carlyn Zwarenstein writes about her experience with pain, drugs and creativity in a funny, compassionate, high energy voice.
The Shoe Boy cover painting is inspired by this photo of geese taken by one of Duncan McCue's Cree friends in the bush. Courtesy of Duncan.
A micro fable by Maricarmen Mendoza about the encounter between a snail and its shadow drawn by the sun. 2008.