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ISBN 978-1-77171-330-6 In Formless Circumstance (poetry) 23.95
published 2019 86 pages

Trevor Carolan is a traveller whose eloquent voice reverberates as we journey with him through centuries, across continents and in the simple everyday moments which bind us. Bringing the sacred yet ordinary together, Carolan masters the beauty of words, his skill only outshone by his heart.

ISBN 1-894800-79-6 The Pillowbook of Dr. Jazz (fiction) 21.95
published 2006 320 pages

The Pillowbook of Doctor Jazz is autobiographical fiction in the tradition of Jack Kerouac: on the road in the Golden Triangle of Southeast Asia. Recalling the Japanese Pillowbook of Sei Shonogan, Dr. Jazz records the sights and sounds of his journeys, in the ironic voice of a traveller at end of day.

ISBN 1-894800-59-1 Down in the Valley (poetry & prose) 19.95
published 2004 180 pages

A breakthrough addition to Canada’s regional literary renaissance, Down In The Valley is a sparkling collection of contemporary writing from B.C.’s fastest growing region, the magnificent Fraser Valley. These are poems and tales freighted with unexpected power and humility that celebrate new ways to sing the valley’s old songs and stories, renewing them for the changing generational mosaic of our times.

ISBN 1-894800-09-5 Celtic Highway (poetry) 16.95
published 2002 128 pages

Celtic Highway is a memory book—a poetic journey in search of roots, from Hawaii and China to the Yorkshire moors and B.C.’s rugged coast. Trevor Carolan’s poems celebrate familial love, fatherhood, work and a poet’s engagement with life at the edge of the West Coast rainforest.