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Foodshed: An Edible Alberta Alphabet

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Winner of Best Food Literature (Canada) at the 2012 Gourmand World Cookbook Awards In this intimate guide to Alberta's sustainable food scene, writer, poet, professional chef, and food advocate Dee Hobsbawn-Smith profiles more than seventy-five of the…
Every Day We Disappear
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|September 30, 2018

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Playful, thought provoking and evocative, Every Day We Disappear recounts Angela Long's travels around the world. In this, her first book of non-fiction, she writes about many things: falling in love with an aspiring monk, meeting her birth mother, being hugged…
Wildness Rushing In
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|May 15, 2014

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In this amazing first collection of poetry, Habsbawn-Smith displays a skill and passion for capturing and creating experience through language. Here is a new, and original voice that sparks with intelligence in its full-tilt explorations of nature, solitude, joy,…
Bread & Water: Essays
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What Can't Be Undone
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|March 31, 2015

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A crowded bar is the setting of the story "Munroe's Mandolin" in which a sister attempts to track down her junkie musician brother while managing her job and her own tattered dreams. In "The Pickup Man" a man takes his brother's abused ex-wife and his nephew to…
Bread & Water: Essays
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What Can't Be Undone
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|March 15, 2015

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In her first collection of short fiction, dee Hobsbawn-Smith creates protagonists struggling to navigate the troubles common to life everywhere, including children attempting to make their parents proud, the collapse of romantic relationships, and dealing with…