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Category Archives: Books

Five questions with writer H.B. Hogan

H.B. Hogan’s new book This Keeps Happening is coming out November 15th, 2018 (you can pre-order now) with Invisible Publishing. H.B. talks about a time when she was more interesting, swooning in front of Virginia Woolf’s house and the mood inspiring playlist to This Keeps Happening. Tamara Jong: Congrats on your new collection of short stories… Continue Reading Five questions with writer H.B. Hogan

New reading guides available!

What do we love most about our Invisible reading guides? They’re conversation starters written by the authors themselves — to you, the reader! We have fresh guides from Eric Schmaltz (Surfaces), Cameron Anstee (Book of Annotations), and Susannah M. Smith (The Fairy Tale Museum). Go here and click on the cover image of your choice… Continue Reading New reading guides available!

Five questions with writer Tyler Hellard

It’s NHL playoff time, so we caught up with writer Tyler Hellard to chat about his new novel, Searching for Terry Punchout (to be released October 15th, 2018) coming out with Invisible Publishing. Tyler talks about why an awful read inspired his book, what hockey great he’d love to see reading it and why his… Continue Reading Five questions with writer Tyler Hellard

‘A Wrinkle in Time’ Review: Book Vs Movie

When A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle was published in January 1962, it had been rejected twenty-six times by publishers. She tried to sell the book for 2 ½ years. Publishers weren’t sure what genre A Wrinkle in Time was or whether it was written for children or adults. Today it is classified as… Continue Reading ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ Review: Book Vs Movie

The imaginative world

The warm weather isn’t here yet, but we can still dream! Come take a trip with us as we explore the past and present inspirations for our Spring 2018 authors’ work. We spoke to Susannah M. Smith to see what sparked the creation of her new release, The Fairy Tale Museum, and what continues to… Continue Reading The imaginative world

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… Continue Reading Interview with Leigh Nash, publisher of Invisible Publishing

On processes and becoming

The warm weather isn’t here yet, but we can still dream! Come take a trip with us as we explore the past and present inspirations for our Spring 2018 authors’ work. We spoke to Eric Schmaltz to see what sparked the creation of his new release, Surfaces, and what continues to inspire him. Last but not… Continue Reading On processes and becoming

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Inside Prince Edward County!

We want your stories, Prince-Edward-County-ites! Invisible Publishing is collecting personal essays about life in Prince Edward County, Ontario, Inside Prince Edward County, by people who live in or have ties to PEC. We want to hear from the people who are from The County, who’ve seen it change, who’ve been part of the change, and… Continue Reading CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Inside Prince Edward County!

The beauty of the small

The warm weather isn’t here yet, but we can still dream! Come take a trip with us as we explore the past and present inspirations for our Spring 2018 authors’ work. We spoke to Cameron Anstee to see what sparked the creation of his new release, Book of Annotations, and what continues to inspire him.… Continue Reading The beauty of the small

Glory’s a contender in County Reads 2018

Five County residents will champion their favourite Canadian book as part of a newly-expanded County Reads weekend festival, and Gillian Wigmore’s GLORY is one of the contenders! Here’s the lowdown: On Thursday, April 19, 7–9 PM, there’ll be a great debate, moderated by County author Ken Murray, and spectators will get to vote on who… Continue Reading Glory’s a contender in County Reads 2018