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Tag Archives: non-fiction

The Colour of an Apple

I don’t remember a lot about the day of my husband’s emergency brain surgery. Less than 24 hours after being admitted to the hospital for a headache and extreme dizziness, he was in the operating room.   After the surgery, I remember the humming, beeping, and clicking of machines keeping him alive. The corners of […]

Writing While Angry

It began with the unwanted sexual advances of an older man I trusted in the summer leading up to the 2016 election. It was hot in my apartment when it started, and I had a yeast infection. A lot happened in the year that followed: a loved one was the victim of a violent crime, […]

Interview with Leigh Nash, publisher of Invisible Publishing

Invisible Publishing is a not-for-profit publisher based in Halifax, Nova Scotia and Picton, Ontario. The press began in 2007 with Robbie MacGregor, Nic Boshart, and Megan Fildes and they wanted to publish cool, contemporary Canadian books that were cheap and looked awesome. The mandate has not appeared to change from its inception to now. In […]

Congratulations Kaleigh!

We’re stoked to share that the fabulous Kaleigh Trace’s Hot, Wet, and Shaking has been shortlisted for an East Coast Literary Award! Winners will be announced on June 6, 2015. And East Coasters can hear Kaleigh read this Thursday, May 7 at The Box of Delights Bookshop in Wolfville, NS. Check out the event details […]

Invisible Andrews Appear in Toronto & Montreal

Join Invisible Publishing to celebrate two new books by two awesome Andrews. Come for the readings, stay for the merriment! Andrew Hood’s Jim Guthrie: Who Needs What is the latest addition to Invisible Publishing’s Bibliophonic series, telling the story of a musician doing what he loved and keeping it weird—all without really having to leave […]

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