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ISBN 978-1-77171-303-0 Reparing the Hive (fiction) 25.95
published 2020 293 pages

Repairing the Hive is the third and final book of The Empress Trilogy, a rich and diverse family saga set in Victoria, BC from post-colonial to contemporary times. In this final novel, a newspaper reporter witnesses the repair of the human ‘hive’ after generations of personal, social and cultural upheaval.

ISBN 978-1-77171-374-0 Tempo Rubato (fiction) 25.95
published 2015, reprinted 2020 284 pages

Based on the musical term meaning stolen time,Tempo Rubato is a concerto of passion that moves between past and present, Western and Eastern culture, exploring the meaning of identity and love. Continuing the saga of the Von Stronheim family of Victoria, BC, this second novel of a trilogy by Linda Rogers, centres on Precious Von Stronheim, daughter of the main character of the previous volume The Empress Letters.

ISBN 978-1-77171-372-6 The Empress Letters (fiction) 25.95
published 2014, reprinted 2020 288 pages

In the pristine gardens of quiet Oak Bay, the von Stronheim family seems perfectly at home, until young Poppy uncovers a mysterious subterranean world in which her mother is involved. Now years later, aboard the ocean liner The Empress of Asia, en route to China in search of her own daughter, Poppy begins a series of letters, determined to reveal the family secrets that shrouded her own life.

ISBN 978-1-897430-83-5 Homing: New & Selected Poems (poetry) 23.95
published 2012 132 pages

In Homing: New & Selected Poems Linda Rogers returns again and again to the unquiet ground of the theatre of life. A singular and uncompromising awareness of suffering and joy, hope and despair, the arc of naked dreams and the sense of community, informs her three decades of writing and numerous published collections.

ISBN 978-1-897430-3-5 Muscle Memory (poetry) 19.95
published 2009 106 pages

In Muscle Memory Linda Rogers dares to illuminate the heart with the light of eccentric wisdom and compassionate grace, writing personal and social concerns in playful and moving images. Combining a baroque sensibility with a flair for surrealism, the poet affirmns the abundance of spirit that manifests when the muscles of the heart and memory are flexed.

ISBN 1-896860-78-8 Say My Name: the memoirs of Charlie Louie (fiction) 18.95
published 2000 126 pages

Say My Name recovers the lost voice of a young Cowichan man who took his own life. In a sometimes disturbing story laced with humour, he speaks of the terrible sadness – but also the great tenacity – of a people too often invisible in an unsympathetic world.