Spring 2023 Titles from Douglas & McIntyre

Spring 2023 Titles from Douglas & McIntyre

Douglas & McIntyre is excited to announce our Spring 2023 titles. In the coming months, we are releasing some great books that you will want to see.


With gorgeous imagery, artist Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas brings to life the tumultuous history of first contact between Europeans and Indigenous peoples and the early colonization by the Europeans of the northern West Coast.

Pacific Voyages

Gordon Miller—a historian and artist—is known for his ability to incorporate historically accurate detail into his stunning paintings. In Pacific Voyages, he pays tribute to the little wooden ships that first ventured across the great Pacific.


A brilliant and timely exploration of the power of stories and songs—from both the distant past and today’s news—counters despair and disillusionment with hope and possibility.

Mirror Horse

Dave Bidini calls this literary memoir by indie musician Tamara Williamson: "an exquisite and unique book about growing up and living in an equine world, told with the intimacy of a whisper." 

The Morning Bell Brings The Broken Hearted

Exploring the intricacies of power, culture and emotion when a non-Indigenous person moves to an Indigenous community, Jennifer Manuel casts a spell as captivating and perceptive as in her bestselling novel The Heaviness of Things That Float.

Scandal at the Savoy

The rich and famous are converging on the iconic Savoy Hotel in swinging ’60s—including a Broadway producer with anger issues, a demanding Indian raja, and a gorgeous film star with kinky predilections. All is as it should be—until the murder of a showgirl threatens to scandalize the hotel.