A series of brief anecdotes describing important people and events encountered by the author during the first 23 years of his life. Sometimes humorous, sometimes poignant, always entertaining, these... More > stories describe the early influences that shaped and guided the character and personality of the author growing up in northern Ontario.< Less
This volume constitutes the continuation of the non-autobiography, Points In Between. You haven’t read it? Do so now. Go! We'll wait for you.
This series of brief anecdotes document the... More > author's life from 1973, the year of his marriage, to present. They relate the birth of his two daughters, graduate school, the failure of his health and his marriage, his struggle to stay alive and secure a stable environment in which to raise his daughters as a single parent, and his effort to become a contributing member of society once more.
Read these inspiring stories and laugh, cry, scream with outrage, and ultimately, bask in the glow of satisfaction. Rarely does a book make you so angry, yet so happy.< Less
Published and unpublished poetry from the works of the two authors.
Just as haiku encapsulates the essence of the moment, this collection of haiku and related forms preserves a series of such... More > moments in the authors’ lives. And, like life itself, these moments document deeply emotional journeys of dreams won and lost, subtle humor and personal struggle. Refusing to shy away from even the most difficult aspects of life, Golas and Fay present a collection of poetry that runs the gamut of emotions.
Some of their poetry is influenced by the geographical and cultural impacts of living in the area known until recently as ‘The Nickel Capital of the World.’ The special section, “Sudbury Breccia,” assembles a number of poems that express life in a northern Ontario mining town.< Less