Author Archives: invisibot

Poetic Odd Couple Sale

To celebrate spring, and poetry month, we’re encouraging the cross-pollination of your reading list with our Poetic Odd Couple sale: Buy one Invisible poetry book and we’ll throw in a second poetry book for free! And we’ll even include a note as to why we think this odd couple of books’ll work together on your […]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Inside Prince Edward County!

We want your stories, Prince-Edward-County-ites! Invisible Publishing is collecting personal essays about life in Prince Edward County, Ontario, Inside Prince Edward County, by people who live in or have ties to PEC. See (and share!) our official call for submissions. We want to hear from the people who are from The County, who’ve seen it […]

Glory’s a contender in County Reads 2018

Five County residents will champion their favourite Canadian book as part of a newly-expanded County Reads weekend festival, and Gillian Wigmore’s GLORY is one of the contenders! Here’s the lowdown: On Thursday, April 19, 7–9 PM, there’ll be a great debate, moderated by County author Ken Murray, and spectators will get to vote on who […]

Coming soon: a new & improved Invisiblog!

This spring, we’re rebooting our dusty old Invisiblog with shiny new content! For the next few months, mixed in with our usual news posts, you’ll see other way more interesting posts — like interviews, playlists, and guides — written and curated by guest editors Nicole Chin and Tamara Jong. So join us in rolling out […]

Invisibooks at the AWP

We’ve got a table for the first time ever at the 2018 Association of Writers and Writing Programs Bookfair in Tampa, Florida. ALSO: we’re selling limited-edition chapbook excerpts from our spring poetry — Book of Annotations & Surfaces — for $2. Buying a chapbook gets you $2 off the purchase of the full book! When: Thursday, March […]

A steal of a Spring Training sale

Good news: baseball is back. The Blue Jays play their first spring training game today, and to celebrate, we’re dropping the price of Andrew Forbes’s bestselling baseball essays, The Utility of Boredom, by 25% for the rest of spring training (so, until March 27)!