95books – 2012

  1. Critique of Everyday Life Vol. 1 – Henri Lefebvre
  2. Light Sweet Crude – Nancy Shaw and Catriona Strang
  3. Scoptocratic – Nancy Shaw
  4. Rebuild – Sachiko Murakami
  5. Minima Moralia: Reflections on Damaged Life – Theodor Adorno
  6. Life of Galileo – Bertolt Brecht
  7. R’s Boat – Lisa Robertson
  8. The Tempest – William Shakespeare
  9. Quilts and Coverlets: A Contemporary Approach – Jean Ray Laury
  10. The Capilano Review 3.16 (Special Issue on Ecologies)
  11. The Communist Hypothesis – Alain Badiou
  12. Writing Class: The Kootenay School of Writing Anthology – Eds. Andrew Klobucar and Michael Barnholden
  13. Hegemony and Socialist Strategy – Ernesto Laclau and Chantal Mouffe
  14. Seminar XVII: The Other Side of Psychoanalysis – Jacques Lacan
  15. The Sublime Object of Ideology – Slavoj Zizek
  16. Transnational Muscle Cars – Jeff Derksen
  17. Kingsway – Michael Turner
  18. Dwell – Jeff Derksen
  19. Busted – Nancy Shaw and Catriona Strang
  20. Ambit – Gerald Creede
  21. Touching Feeling – Eve Sedgwick
  22. The Idea of Communism – Eds. Costas Douzinas and Slavoj Zizek
  23. Lovhers – Nicole Brossard
  24. Seed Catalogue – Robert Kroetsch
  25. The Unmemntioable – Erin Moure
  26. Killdeer – Phil Hall
  27. The Lovely Treachery of Words – Robert Kroetsch
  28. East of Main – Eds. Calvin Wharton and Tom Wayman
  29. Davie Street Translations – Daniel Zomparelli
  30. You Exist, Details Follow – Stuart Ross
  31. Beloved – Toni Morrison
  32. Rebel Cities: From the Right to the City to the Urban Revolution – David Harvey
  33. No Language is Neutral – Dionne Brand
  34. Masks – Edward Kamau Brathwaite
  35. Islands – Edward Kamau Brathwaite
  36. Land to Light On – Dionne Brand
  37. The Bonds of Debt: Borrowing Against the Common Good – Richard Dienst
  38. Completed Field Notes – Robert Kroetsch
  39. A Small Place – Jamaica Kincaid
  40. Lucy – Jamaica Kincaid
  41. New Theatre – Susan Steudel
  42. For Space – Doreen Massey
  43. Chinese Blue – Weyman Chan
  44. What We All Long For – Dionne Brand
  45. Bent at the Spine – Nicole Markotic
  46. Dialectical Materialism – Henri Lefebvre
  47. After Canaan – Wayde Compton
  48. Dreams From My Father – Barack Obama
  49. Performance Bond – Wayde Compton
  50. 49th Parallel Psalm – Wayde Compton
  51. Commonwealth – Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri
  52. Open City – Teju Cole
  53. A Map to the Door of No Return – Dionne Brand
  54. The Politics of Knives – Jonathan Ball
  55. Frankenstein – Mary Shelley
  56. Bread out of Stone – Dionne Brand
  57. Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep – Philip K. Dick
  58. This is not a Program – Tiqqun
  59. Reading the Riot Act – Michael Barnholden
  60. ARK: The Foundations – Ronald Johnson
  61. Capital Vol 1 – Karl Marx
  62. A Companion to Marx’s Capital – David Harvey
  63. Representing Capital – Fredric Jameson
  64. The Cambridge Introduction to Twentieth-Century American Poetry – Christopher Beach
  65. The Art of Twentieth-Century American Poetry – Charles Altieri
  66. The Political Unconscious – Fredric Jameson
  67. George Woodcock’s Introduction to Canadian Poetry – George Woodcock
  68. The Marginalization of Poetry – Bob Perelman
  69. Selected Poems 1966-1984 – Margaret Atwood
  70. The Poetry of Louis Dudek: Definitive Edition – Louis Dudek
  71. The Sun Rises Into the Sky – Fielding Dawson
  72. A Thousand Machines – Gerald Raunig
  73. Blues and Bliss: Selected Poems – George Elliott Clarke
  74. For Love: Poems 1950-1960 – Robert Creeley
  75. The Patchwork Girl of Oz – L. Frank Baum
  76. Selected Poems – Kenneth Rexroth
  77. A Breakfast for Barbarians – Gwendolyn MacEwan
  78. New and Selected Poems – Ron Padgett
  79. Thank You and other poems – Kenneth Koch
  80. When the Sun Tries to Go On – Kenneth Koch
  81. Moscow Mansions – Barbara Guest
  82. When I Was Alive – Alice Notley
  83. Near False Creek Mouth – Earle Birney
  84. Meditations in an Emergency – Frank O’Hara
  85. Lunch Poems – Frank O’Hara
  86. The Tennis Court Oath – John Ashbery
  87. Riprap and Cold Mountain Poems – Gary Snyder
  88. Diving Into the Wreck – Adrienne Rich
  89. The Dream of a Common Language – Adrienne Rich
  90. Of Being Numerous – George Oppen
  91. The Jacob’s Ladder – Denise Levertov
  92. Rocky Mountain Foot – George Bowering
  93. There’s a Trick with a Knife I’m Learning to Do – Michael Ondaatje
  94. Pear Tree Pomes – Roy Kiyooka
  95. O Taste and See – Denise Levertov
  96. I’ve Tasted my Blood – Milton Acorn
  97. Pomes for Yoshi – bill bissett
  98. Transbluesency – Amiri Baraka
  99. In Defense of the Earth – Kenneth Rexroth
  100. Necromance – Rae Armantrout
  101. Made to Seem – Rae Armantrout
  102. Paradise – Ron Silliman
  103. Selected Poems – Lew Welch
  104. The Country Between Us – Carolyn Forche
  105. The Opening of the Field – Robert Duncan
  106. 7 Works – Bob Perelman
  107. The First World – Bob Perelman
  108. Virtual Reality – Bob Perelman
  109. Roots and Branches – Robert Duncan
  110. Bending the Bow – Robert Duncan
  111. How New York Stole the Idea of Modern Art – Serge Guilbaut
  112. Words – Robert Creeley
  113. What – Ron Silliman
  114. The Cold of Poetry – Lyn Hejinian
  115. Vancouver Poems – Daphne Marlatt
  116. This in Which – George Oppen
  117. Frank O’Hara: The Poetics of Coterie – Lytle Shaw
  118. Trilogy – H.D.
  119. The Rocking Chair and other poems – A.M. Klein
  120. Now is Time – Earle Birney
  121. Paterson – William Carlos Williams
  122. Butterfly on Rock: A Study of Themes and Images in Canadian Literature – D.G. Jones
  123. Europe – Louis Dudek
  124. Let Us Compare Mythologies – Leonard Cohen
  125. Ten Elephants on Yonge Street – Raymond Souster
  126. Flowers for Hitler – Leonard Cohen
  127. Survival – Margaret Atwood
  128. The New American Poetry 1945-1960 – Ed. Donald M. Allen
  129. The Sonnets – Ted Berrigan
  130. The Bush Garden – Northrop Frye
  131. Atlantis – Louis Dudek
  132. On the Edge of Genre: The Contemporary Canadian Long Poem – Smaro Kamboureli
  133. Black Night Window – John Newlove
  134. The Family Romance – Eli Mandel
  135. The Maximus Poems – Charles Olson
  136. Surviving the Paraphrase – Frank Davey
  137. What’s So Big About Green? – Earle Birney
  138. Poor Things – Alasdair Gray
  139. Giscome Road – C.S. Giscombe
  140. The Intervals – Stuart MacKinnon
  141. The Cariboo Horses – Al Purdy
  142. More Poems for People – Milton Acorn
  143. Power Politics – Margaret Atwood
  144. Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror – John Ashbery
  145. A Stone Diary – Pat Lowther
  146. Steveston – Daphne Marlatt and Robert Minden
  147. The Collected Books of Jack Spicer – Jack Spicer
  148. The Canadian Postmodern – Linda Hutcheon
  149. The Martyrology Books 1 & 2 – bpNichol
  150. The Martyrology Books 3 & 4 – bpNichol
  151. The the – Barry McKinnon
  152. Stony Plain – Eli Mandel
  153. The Martyrology Book 5 – bpNichol
  154. The Martyrology Book 6 Books – bpNichol
  155. The Great Canadian Sonnet – David McFadden and Greg Curnoe
  156. A Sad Device – Roo Borson
  157. The Holy Forest – Robin Blaser
  158. Kerrisdale Elegies – George Bowering
  159. Questions i asked my mother – Di Brandt
  160. Wilson’s Bowl – Phyllis Webb
  161. Color of Her Speech – Lola Lemire Tostevin
  162. The Face of Jack Munro – Tom Wayman
  163. Never Let Me Go – Kazuo Ishiguro
  164. Water and Light: Ghazals and Anti-Ghazals – Phyllis Webb
  165. Installations – Nicole Brossard
  166. Bloody Jack – Dennis Cooley
  167. Midwinter Day – Bernadette Mayer
  168. The Black Debt – Steve McCaffery
  169. Furious – Erin Moure
  170. Predators of the Adoration – Christopher Dewdney
  171. She Tries Her Tongue, Her Silence Softly Breaks – Marlene Nourbese Philip
  172. Repression and Recovery: Modern American Poetry and the Politics of Cultural Memory, 1910-1945 – Cary Nelson
  173. The Last Avant-Garde: The Making of the New York School of Poets – David Lehman
  174. The Dark End of the Street: Margins in American Vanguard Poetry – Maria Damon
  175. Languages of Liberation: The Social Text in Contemporary American Poetry – Walter Kalaidjian
  176. Radical Artifice: Writing Poetry in the Age of Media – Marjorie Perloff
  177. The L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E Book – Bruce Andrews and Charles Bernstein, Eds.
  178. “Who Could That Be At This Hour?” – Lemony Snicket
  179. As Is – Raymond Souster
  180. Theory of the Avant-Garde – Peter Burger
  181. End of the American Avant Garde – Stuart D. Hobbs
  182. The Black Arts Movement: Literary Nationalism in the 1960s and 1970s – James Edward Smethurst