Award-winning Canadian novelist and Leacock nominee, Ali Bryan's debut THE HILL, a near-future feminist coming-of-age adventure set on a reclaimed garbage dump inhabited solely by girls that explores gender, power, the female experience, friendship, and what it really means to be a girl, to Jennifer Baumgardner at Dottir Press, for publication in fall 2020, by Stacey Kondla at The Rights Factory (world English).

Winner of 2017 Penguin Random House Canada Student Award for Fiction Audrey Francis Plante's DEVONNA, in which the main character cannot physically feel anything, but discovers she can feel the touch of a ghost as she searches the ghost world for her cousin and discovers she is destined for unimaginable things, to Stacey Adderley at Evernight Teen, for publication in October 2019, by Stacey Kondla at The Rights Factory (world English).

Founders of UpHouse Inc. Kiirsten May and Alex Varricchio's THE PROXIMITY PARADOX: CREATING SPACE BETWEEN INNOVATION AND EXECUTION, about how innovation is often derailed by roadblocks related to execution; providing exercises, strategies, and solutions to help businesses get the most from innovative thinking by creating space between two often competing imperatives, to Jennifer Smith at ECW Press, for publication in spring 2020, by Sam Hiyate at The Rights Factory (world).

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