Books published by Enfield & Wizenty


Man & Other Natural Disasters

Enfield & Wizenty | September 30, 2011 | 214 pages
Simon Peters, a bookbinder full of theories on everything from heart-broken shrimp to the consciousness of DNA, is hiding from his horrific past in the basement of the Calgary City Library. Enter Minerva, a twenty-two-year-old student. Her ghostly resemblance to Simons dead sister compels him to... More Info

I Know Who You Remind Me Of

Enfield & Wizenty | September 15, 2012 | 232 pages
WINNER of the Colophon Prize  More Info

The House on Sugarbush Road

Enfield & Wizenty | September 15, 2012 | 312 pages
The House on Sugarbush Road, set in post-apartheid Johannesburg shortly after the 1994 election of Nelson Mandela, is the story of the intertwining lives of a once prominent liberal Afrikaner family and Beauty Mapule, their domestic servant of more than thirty years. Cook's intimately... More Info

Godless But Loyal to Heaven

Enfield & Wizenty | September 15, 2012 | 224 pages
In Richard Van Camp's fictionalized north anything can happen and yet each story is rooted in a vivid contemporary reality. The male teenage narrator of "Born a Girl" struggles violently yet sensitively with his own sexual identity. Other stories offer a potent mix tape of tropes from science... More Info

Moon of letting go and other stories

Enfield & Wizenty | September 1, 2009 | 214 pages
Extending the tradition of Aboriginal storytelling, Richard Van Camp's new collection is eloquently and humorously optimistic. The stories in The Moon of Letting Go celebrate healing through modern day rituals that honour his Dogrib ancestry. Van Camp speaks in a range of powerful voices: a violent... More Info