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 […]
Saints, Unexpected is a finalist of the HAMILTON ARTS COUNCIL LITERARY AWARD for FICTION! Go, Brent! See the rest of the shortlisted books here. And big congrats to all the other finalists! Winner takes all on November 27, 2017 at a gala event taking place in the Norman and Louise Haac Studio Theatre at Theatre Aquarius […]
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 […]
Join Ted Nolan and Gillian Wigmore at the legendary Grossman’s Tavern in Toronto as they launch two awesome new books, STILL POINT and GLORY! The poems in E Martin Nolan’s STILL POINT contrast the calm and tumult of Hurricane Katrina, the deconstruction of Detroit, the financial crisis of 2008, and the BP Gulf oil spill, […]
Friends-in-books! We’ll be at Word on the Street in Toronto this Sunday, September 24, purveying our fine tomes. Swing by booth no. 317A between 11-6 to stock your reading pile with old and new favourites!
We are beyond thrilled that Michelle Winters’s debut novel, I Am a Truck, is in such good company on the 2017 Scotiabank Giller Prize longlist! So thrilled that we’re putting it on sale for the next two weeks right here so everyone can read it! Here’s what the jury had to say about the list: “Twenty […]
Small Claims author Andrew Kaufman — known for his sharp sense of humour — is blogging as writer in residence over at Open Book for September. Follow along with his Unsung Heroes of Literature series — interviews with the most under-appreciated or routinely overlooked aspects of the book! First up: Interview with a Semi-colon
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.
Good news for all you writers out there: On July 12, 2017, the Federal Court issued its decision in the action between Access Copyright and York University. The ruling means that people who write books and articles and everything in between should — and now will — get paid for the writing and publishing they […]