"The Tongues of Earth represents the best of what poetry can do: enlighten, entertain, empathize, and lift us from our familiarity for moments at a time to offer a bird’s eye view – or an insider’s view – into what it might be like to live a different life."
"I was able to devote almost unbroken hours to reading Ghost Most Foul by Manitoba writer Patti Grayson, and good thing: I was so swept up in this compelling juvenile novel I wanted to charge through it like an athlete storms through opponents to win a game..."
Imagine a world in which “every stone and every tree has secrets to tell.” Where dragons, Faeries and great birds called “gryphons” are commonplace, and one has to be granted a permit to have a child. In this fantastical universe some have the ability to create protection “barriers” when trouble arises...
"Sharon Butala’s seventh novel – and first work of fiction since the 2002 story collection Real Life – is the kind of near-perfect book that proclaims the full expression of a writer’s artistry and sensibility."
"One time Saskatoon resident Mark Abley, who studied at the University of Saskatchewan and at the University of Oxford as a Rhodes scholar, returns with a new and selected collection of poems, The Tongues of Earth. "
"Moose Jaw poet Robert Currie brings a collection of his poems to us again, and in gratitude we devour his very humane take on life, such a precarious thing in such a fearful, troubled, beautiful world."