Douglas & McIntyre's Fall 2022 catalogue is now available for download here! Read on for short summaries of the Fall 2022 books.
Foraging for wild mushrooms is an increasingly popular pursuit and this beautifully produced volume—filled with insights, anecdotes, details about more than 120 common and charismatic fungi from across the northern hemisphere and gorgeous gouache paintings —will appeal to everyone from beginner mushroomers to advanced mycophiles.
From the winner of the 2021 Governor General's Award for literature, a revelatory look into an obscured piece of Canadian history: what was then called the Eskimo Identification Tag System.
by Paul Berton
Sassy and satirical, Shopomania is an economic, environmental and social study. This light-hearted, dark-souled dictionary of coined words, or “shoponyms,” takes readers on a roller-coaster ride of avaricious antics and outrageous profligacy.
by Ann Douglas
Roughly 68 million North American women currently grapple with the challenges of midlife, faced with a culture that tells them their “best-before date” has long passed. Ann Douglas pushes back against this toxic narrative, providing an unapologetic book for and about midlife women.
The thrilling story of a female whitewater guide working on some of the most challenging and remote rafting rivers in North America, from Northern British Columbia to the Grand Canyon and beyond.