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ISBN 978-1-897430-12-5 India, India (fiction) 22.95
published 2009 230 pages

Journey with Montreal artist Miliana Tremblay in India, from the Kalachakra retreat to the spice and sari markets, through the crowded streets of Delhi to the breathtaking marbles of the Taj Mahal where, in the end, love and beauty silence the unanswerable questions on this enchanting journey of discovery in the complex world of India today.

ISBN 978-1-894800-93-8 Little Red Berries (fiction) 22.95
published 2007 122 pages

A poetic novel of dreams, thought and inner drama, Little Red Berries unfolds in the voice of Solange Therrrien, a professor of Quebec literature at a community college outside Montreal. Haunted by a childhood relationship with a schizophrenic cousin, we meet Solange as she is finally able to grapple with its effect on her life, including the loss of several lovers.

 

ISBN 1-894800-41-9 Midnight Tides of Amsterdam (fiction) 19.95
published 2004 116 pages

A poetic novel concerning a young woman's journey of self-discovery, Midnight Tides of Amsterdam evokes a European ambiance of light and longing, and of a passion which breaks the smooth surface of a life with disturbing waves.

 

ISBN 1-894800-84-2 Poets & Centaurs (fiction) 19.95
published 2006 131 pages

In a sequel to her poetic novel Midnight Tides of Amsterdam, Yolande Villemaire revisits the character of artist Miliana Tremblay. A novel of poetry and art, Poets and Centaurs is filled wih dreams and memories of travels, as Miliana explores the way to balance her roles of mother, lover and artist and to deal with painful aspects of her past.

ISBN 1-978-77171-006-0 Silence Is a Healing Cave (poetry) 23.95
published 2013 104 pages

Silence is a Healing Cave is the first book of poems in English by the Quebec poet and novelist Yolande Villemaire. The Japanese haiku form offers Villemaire the freedom to reflect and enlarge the poetic themes of her French-language texts on more intimate terms. Like a pebble dropped into the infinite pool of being, these poems resonate with large meanings and succinct observations