2000 Published Books
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The following six of Exile’s twenty 2000 books can be purchased directly from us.
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THE WHOLE MAN - Aude
Translated by Jill Cairns

The fictional work of Aude (the pseudonym of Claudette Charboneau-Tissot) borders on psychopathological tragedy– it is a world in which the act of writing itself is seen as a landscape for the liberation of fantasies, a place where this brilliant writer’s characters create their own existence, emerging into a deformed suffering world.

Aude is winner of the Governor General’s Award for fiction.

Fiction; 6x9 142 pages: ISBN 1-55096-537-9

(pbk) $22.95CDN/$18.95US

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THE WAY EVERYONE IS INSIDE Poems - 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 with them from his books."
In this –his fourth collection– a retired Justice of the Ontario Court again offers his wise and sometimes wry insights, tinged by frailty and tolerance.

Poetry; 5.5x8.5 118 pages: ISBN 1-55096-507-7

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THE SELECTED POETRY OF JENI COUZYN - Jeni Couzyn
Edited by Arlene Lampert and Rosemary Sullivan

Jeni Couzyn is an internationally acclaimed poet. Her first book, Flying, published in 1970, launched a career that spans physical and mental geographies, from the lush tropical world of South Africa to the urban density of London to the vast landscapes of Canada. In nine books, in poems that are at once tough-minded and tender, we see the stretch of a woman’s mind over the territory of our collective lives and the account is chastening, exhilarating, and deeply moving.

"Jeni Couzyn’s poetry is natural and unique. It has real simplicity, the sort that makes every word electric, and gives everything a werid music, without a false note. Her deadpan accounts of horror come as unforced and as true as her plainsongs of love." –Ted Hughes

Poetry; 6x9 142 pages: ISBN 1-55096-538-7

(pbk) 24.95CDN/$20.95US

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WHERE THE SUN DON’T SHINE - Hugh Graham

Rural Ontario, 1906. A missing inheritance. Two missing salesmen. Train wrecks. Fraud. Miserly farmers. Crime, murder and incest. Suicide. Fog. Arson, brawls, blizzards, tramps, alcoholism and insanity. And love.
It’s all in the cards for latimer Davenport, an inept son of the Toronto establishment, sent out to do farm labour and learn about life the hard way. A gothic black comedy in dramatic form.

Drama; 6x9 152 pages: ISBN 1-55096-527-1

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BUDDHA STEVENS AND OTHER STORIES - Steven Hayward

• Winner of the $10,000 Upper Canada Fiction Prize •

Steven Hayward is a new and singular writer of fiction. These stories capture people at crucial moments, as they experience and struggle to live inside the unfamiliar world their lives have become. Each story speaks with the force of a confession, illuminating a secret life or a dirty secret, combining slapstick with formal experience.

Fiction; 6x9 110 pages: ISBN 1-55096-520-4

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ANYWHERE Poems - Bruce Meyer

In the end, the only theology that matters is the personal one. Heaven is not merely a vision or an aspiration, neither is it just an incomplete metaphor. Heaven is the highest form of irony; what goes unsaid in everything that is loved. Whether it is a beach from a long-lost summer, a snowy field on a winter morning, a child’s blue eyes or the love between two people, one thing is certain: heaven is whatever one makes of it, and it can be anywhere.

"Poems where the technical mastery never belies the sure, searching nature; the poetry of Bruce Meyer reminds us again and again what it means to be alive." –Ray Robertson

Poetry; 6x9 88 pages: ISBN 1-55096-536-0

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