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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Hey-o! We’re celebrating International Women’s Day—March 8!—all March long by doubling the royalties we pay our female and female-identifying authors on sales of their books through our website.
Good news: Team Invisible is growing! Julie Wilson has joined us on a contract basis as our publicity and sales co-ordinator. You can get in touch with Julie at promotion [at] invisiblepublishing.com. #threecheersforjulie #onestepclosertohavingaworksoftballteam
Well, Michelle Winters didn’t take home the big money for her debut novel I Am a Truck, but we sure did have fun while she was shortlisted. Recap Michelle’s Giller run with The Giller Files, her series over at CBC Books that follows her journey: What’s it like being shortlisted for the Scotiabank Giller Prize […]
Our spring 2018 books are so good we can’t wait to share ’em! Here’s what’s on the horizon: The Fairy Tale Museum by Susannah M. Smith is an alchemical curiosity-cabinet-as-novel (May 2018) Surfaces by Eric Schmaltz is language at the crossroads of conceptual art, writing, and graphic design (April 2018) Book of Annotations by Cameron […]
BIG NEWS ALERT: We’re one person closer to total publishing domination (and fielding a softball team!). Effective immediately, editorial all-star Bryan Ibeas is joining team Invisible. He’ll be acquiring, editing, and lending various hands to various other projects, and we could not be more excited. Here’s what Ibeas has to say: “I look forward to […]
The Utility of Boredom is now available in a French edition from superb Quebec publisher Les Éditions de Ta Mère as De l’utilité de l’ennui: Textes de balle! Check out the sweet, sweet cover, and pick up a copy in Canada’s other official language for your collection.