From Fluid Grouse Enterprises, the new dystopic novel about love, freedom and human triumph. Gripping, allegorical, inspiring, gritty, fresh.
Two unlikely allies: Mary, The Golden Woman--professor, mistress to the brass, historian--and Keats, a broken and doomed bonded worker with nothing left to lose. A fateful night of escape that steers them into the private museum preserve of The Company that rules their world. Is the museum a trap? Is the freeway at the other end of the preserve as impassable as it is back in the bonded workers' camp? Will Mary and Keats find freedom or die under the rodancer wheels on the Liberty Freeway?
The award-winning memoir about a wolf-German Shepherd cross named Lupus, an extraordinary animal that inspired the author's transformation as a man and writer.
Every wolf's and lion's howl
Raises from hell a human soul.
"Auguries of Innocence"
". . . surprising, poignant, affectionate, and amusing memoir" - Prairie Fire Review of Books
"Every Wolf’s Howl proves a successful literary endeavour: it makes room for the broader themes of human struggle and triumph over loss, and testifies to our capacity to find solace in those we initially feel unequipped to care for." - Quill and Quire
“Every Wolf’s Howl is a moving story of friendship and transformation, and anyone who has ever longed to companionate with wild creatures will be transfixed." - Winnipeg Free Press
“His memoir takes us farther and with Lupus’ help deeper into the meaning of his crise du coeur, such that at book’s end we can reverse the process and gauge just how far he has travelled, from self-destructive behaviour, from pessimism, and from serious illness, to existential acceptance of himself and his species.” - The Winnipeg Review
Based on the biography Celine Dion: A New Day Dawns, by Barry Grills and Jim Brown