Effective immediately, all ebooks purchased from our site are available at a pay what you choose rate. And 100% of proceeds from all ebook sales will go to our authors. We’re doing this for two reasons: Our authors need your support. Many have lost essential speaking/reading/writing/teaching/etc. gigs and are facing significantly reduced income because of… Continue Reading All ebooks now PWYC
It’s back: the excellent time of year when we pay women more! To celebrate International Women’s Day, we’re doubling the royalties we pay our female authors on sales of their books through our website during the whole month of March.
So, we posted yesterday about having our shit together and finally having new books ready for AWP. Because there’s a coronavirus/public health emergency in San Antonio, we decided we’d rather err on the side of caution (and good public health policy). So Invisible Publishing is NOT at AWP this year. AWP is still happening, and… Continue Reading Hot Stuff NOT at AWP 2020
Photo credits: Orville Peck by Samuel Engelking & Haviah Might by Yung Yemi by Del Cowie, Invisible’s intrepid Bibliophonic editor Here it is: the second annual Bibliophonic compilation of Canadian music writing. Expanding from last year’s 33 to a Top 40, this year’s list includes pieces about emerging and established musicians, long form pieces about… Continue Reading Best Canadian Music Writing 2019
Good news, Bibliophonic fans! It’s not a new book (yet), but this December we’re releasing an updated edition of our perennial bestseller NoMeansNo: Going Nowhere, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the band’s seminal album Wrong. There’s a whole extra chapter by Mark Black that, in our humble opinion, really brings the book full circle… Continue Reading NoMeansNo: Going Nowhere’s second take
We’re marking down all our books, from Nov 29 to Dec 31, to $12. Why? We’re celebrating December. December is the twelfth month. Twelve is a nice even number. There are twelve days of Christmas, hours on a clock face, members in a jury. And we’re too lazy to set up a Black Friday sale… Continue Reading Twelve dollar books: it’s our annual holiday sale!
Invisible Publishing is seeking stories from PEC-based wine producers to be published in a future anthology. We’re interested in winery origin stories: tell us why you started, your standout memories from the early years, and what keeps you going. Submissions can me made via email to firstname.lastname@example.org; questions can be sent to the same email address.… Continue Reading Calling all PEC winemakers!
I first met Amanda at AWP in Portland, when we both sat on a panel organized by outgoing Invisiblog guest editor slash all-around all-star Shazia Hafiz Ramji. Amanda is super smart and I know she’ll bring a keen sense of style to the posts she curates here over the next few months. Welcome aboard, Amanda!… Continue Reading Meet Amanda Ghazale Aziz, our latest Invisiblog guest editor!
Every couple years the stars align (or cross…) and the Brooklyn Book Festival and Word on the Street Toronto fall on the same September Sunday. This year, on Sunday Sept 22, you’ll find us in two places at once: Word on the Street Toronto Harbourfront Centre10am – 5pmBooth #215Andrew Forbes is reading at WOTS this… Continue Reading Invisible @ BKBF & WOTS
With apologies for all the bug bites, we hope that wherever you are, you’re able to spend some time among the trees, which we here at Invisible consider one of the best places to sit and relax with a good book. Treed: Walking in Canada’s Urban Forests, by Ariel Gordon (Wolsak & Wynn) With intimacy… Continue Reading Nine Books about Trees