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Category Archives: Books

Read an excerpt from Swimmers in Winter

Certain Women meets The Mars Room in Swimmers in Winter, a sharp and stylistic debut collection by Faye Guenther published in August 2020. Swimmers in Winter swirls between real and imagined pasts and futures to delve into our present cultural moment. These are soul-searching, plot-driven character studies. Read an excerpt from the story “Flood Lands”… Continue Reading Read an excerpt from Swimmers in Winter

Read an excerpt from Daniil and Vanya

Scrapbook-style image of the cover for the novel Daniil and Vanya to introduce a free excerpt.

In October 2020, we published the English translation of Daniil and Vanya, by Marie-Hélène Larochelle, translated by Michelle Winters (finalist for the Scotiabank Giller Prize for I Am a Truck). Emma and Gregory travel to Russia to adopt a pair of twin boys. As the children become teenagers, they display a worrying lack of empathy,… Continue Reading Read an excerpt from Daniil and Vanya

Editor’s View: On Swimmers In Winter

A black speech bubble holds the words Editor's View: Swimmers in Winter and a cover of the book Swimmers in Winter on an ipad screen.

To celebrate the publication day for Swimmers in Winter, editor Bryan Ibeas reflects back on the characters and circumstances that make Faye Guenther’s book so compelling. It’s been a few months and an eternity since I last worked with Faye on Swimmers in Winter, so looking back at the book is proving to be an… Continue Reading Editor’s View: On Swimmers In Winter

County Heirlooms Contributor Map

Image of am iphone showing a Google map imposed over an old-timey map of Prince Edward County. Text reads The County Heirlooms Google Map

So what if Sandbanks is full? We’ve put together a Google map to help you find many of the contributors featured in County Heirlooms: Recipes and Reflections from Prince Edward County. This map features farmers, chefs, restaurants, and other producers of delicious things. We hope you’ll visit them in person as their opening hours permit… Continue Reading County Heirlooms Contributor Map

Cold drinks + books = summer is finally here

Pop Fiction: book and soda pairings

Match made in heaven alert: We’ve paired up our books with sodas made by our excellent pals at The County Bounty! POP FICTION gives you the perfect small-batch drink to go with your perfect small-batch book. What a perfect way to stick it to Amazon, amiright? We’ve got three pairings up for grabs right now:… Continue Reading Cold drinks + books = summer is finally here

“Keep singing, keep playing, keep dancing. Keep writing.”

Blog post graphic introducing a musical playlist curated by Swimmers in Winter author Faye Guenther.

Hi reader, How are you doing in these strange times? Where I live, it’s week three of a declared state of emergency, in the middle of this global pandemic (COVID-19). Wherever you are, I hope you’re doing okay, and finding ways to keep your spirit up and your heart full and your body moving. Music’s… Continue Reading “Keep singing, keep playing, keep dancing. Keep writing.”

All ebooks now PWYC

Pay what you choose on all ebooks

UPDATE 05/04/2020: Thanks so much for all of your support for Invisible and our authors. We’re shifting away from the PWYC model now for our ebooks because we have something else up our sleeves. Stay tuned! Effective immediately, all ebooks purchased from our site are available at a pay what you choose rate. And 100%… Continue Reading All ebooks now PWYC

Rewriting History: Why I made a minor, tiny, virtually insignificant change to The Utility of Boredom

An updated edition of Andrew Forbes's book The Utility of Boredom: Baseball Essays is now available.

If, in the near future, you were to purchase a copy of The Utility of Boredom, and if, let’s say, you or someone you know already owned a copy of same, purchased at some point between now and back in April of 2016, when the book was initially published, and if you were to open… Continue Reading Rewriting History: Why I made a minor, tiny, virtually insignificant change to The Utility of Boredom

NoMeansNo: Going Nowhere’s second take

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

Invisible Publishing x Chaudiere Books

The rumours are true: all your favourite Chaudiere Books are now available through Invisible Publishing. We’re giving the Chaudiere backlist a second home, and we’re thrilled to welcome Chaudiere authors into the Invisible Publishing family. And we want you to welcome them into your family, too: from now till the end of February, all Chaudiere… Continue Reading Invisible Publishing x Chaudiere Books