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All ebooks now PWYC

Pay what you choose on all ebooks

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

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

Closer Still: On Reading What I Could Not Understand by Isabella Wang

Some artists first learn to draw by tracing the work of others – sentence structure, tone, plot, word play, imagery. Until I found my own voice, I wrote in the voices of other writers that I read from and tried to mimic. If I were to name one most influential title in my early life,… Continue Reading Closer Still: On Reading What I Could Not Understand by Isabella Wang

We made a cookbook!

Every year we try to come up with some kind of wacky sale for the holidays that always ends up being more work than it’s worth. So this year, we decided to keep it simple by making an extra book (HA!). The result is DINNER PARTY, a collection of recipes from Invisible Publishing’s esteemed authors!… Continue Reading We made a cookbook!

Creating Beauty through Poetry: An Interview with Shirley Camia

Shirley Camia is a Filipina-Canadian poet. She is the author of four collections of poetry: the forthcoming Mercy (Turnstone Press, 2019); Children Shouldn’t Use Knives (At Bay Press, 2017), 2018 winner of The Manuela Dias Book Design and Illustration Award (Book Design) at the Manitoba Book Awards, and an Honourable Mention in Poetry at The Alcuin Society Awards for Excellence… Continue Reading Creating Beauty through Poetry: An Interview with Shirley Camia

Poetry and its Preoccupations: An Interview with Annick MacAskill

Annick MacAskill’s debut collection of poetry, No Meeting Without Body, was published by Gaspereau Press in the spring of 2018. Her poems have appeared in journals such as Grain, Room, Canadian Notes & Queries, Prism, Versal, Arc, The Fiddlehead, and The Antigonish Review. She has also been selected as a finalist for prizes including the CBC Canada Writes Poetry Prize, the Edna Staebler Personal… Continue Reading Poetry and its Preoccupations: An Interview with Annick MacAskill

Preview: The Babysitter by H.B. Hogan

This read’s on us: here’s a story from H.B. Hogan’s forthcoming collection of short fiction, This Keeps Happening, to get you through your first back-to-school/work/etc. commute. Enjoy! THE BABYSITTER Ruth, ten, sat at the kitchen table, chewing on her straw and avoiding Mandy’s eyes. Mandy was her fourteen-year-old neighbour, which made her practically an adult… Continue Reading Preview: The Babysitter by H.B. Hogan

4 Books for Foodies

Books to inspire you to gather up some good times in the kitchen, with family, friends and little ones! A Taste of Haida Gwaii: Food Gathering and Feasting at the Edge of the World by Susan Musgrave (Whitecap Books): Filled with recipes, pictures and the “kind of stories that one friend would regale another with… Continue Reading 4 Books for Foodies