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Thoroughly satisfying. A great start as one of the first books from a new small press in Toronto.

Globe and Mail on The Man Who Remembered the Moon

Dave Green vividly juxtaposes textures and moods in his pictures, arousing an emotional response whether from the nude stills, diverse faces or simply a cemetery where a crippled old man comes face to face with death. A major achievement for this artist.

Goodreads on Personal

The stories in this collection are about quiet, yet intense emotion; the tunnel vision selfishness of childhood, a tragic familiarization with rejection, miscommunication and its resulting loneliness. There was something I took away from each story, something that resonated with me.

Goodreads on You Call This Home

This sly, whimsical debut collection by Toronto poet Svetlana Lilova is not much more than pocket-sized, but its poetic reach is expansive... At their best, these epigrammatic gems resonate profoundly.

Toronto Star on Metaphysical Dictionary

A series of beautiful short poems and abstract sentences. The concept of this book is so unique and the end product, in both the physical and written sense, is just mesmerizing. This book required my entire heart and mind whilst reading it.

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Dumagrad News

  • You Call This Home: All-Saskatchewan Ed.
    Jul 22 2017

    We've rebooted Joan Lane's story collection You Call This Home with cover art by noted Saskatchewan painter Dorothy Knowles and extracts of letters to the author by novelist Edward McCourt.

  • Dumagrad to publish first fiction from Toronto poet, Trillium nominee, Dane Swan
    Jun 28 2017

    Toronto writer Dane Swan’s He Doesn’t Hurt People Anymore, a collection of seven urban tales of redemption, reconciliation, and revenge, will be published this September by Dumagrad Books.

  • Moon on Amazon Prime
    Apr 5 2017

    The Man Who Remembered the Moon is one the curated selections in Amazon Prime's new Prime Reading program.

  • The Poet Is In
    Nov 10 2016

    If you've ever visited Toronto's Kensington Market on a pedestrian Sunday, you may have spotted The Therapist Is In - who happens to be our own Svetlana Lilova, whose Metaphysical Dictionary is now in Kensington too.

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