Actions speak louder than words, but we hope the two can be complementary. If you’ve arrived on this website looking to purchase an Invisible book, we ask that you also consider purchasing a book by a Black Canadian author. We’ve provided a list below to get you started. This list is not meant to be… Continue Reading Recommended Reads by Black Canadian Writers
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
Hey! How are you keeping? We support you doing whatever you need in order to rest, repair and renew during this trying time. It’s National Poetry Month, and we’re amazed by the projects and performances some of Invisible’s poets (and friends of) are undertaking to support their books. Below are just a few! The first… Continue Reading Controller B & Typewriter Funk
Can’t make it to #AWP2020? Support small presses by shopping online using the hashtag #virtualbookfair – we’ve collected a list to get you started. Invisible isn’t at AWP (erring on the side of caution, supporting good public health policy, etc.), but all our books are $15, no discount code required. SPD Books – All books… Continue Reading List of #virtualbookfair sales
Our authors have reading resolutions—lots of them. From finally finishing a certain book to reading more diversely and drinking more Champagne, here are Invisible authors’ reading goals for 2020: Anna Leventhal, author of Sweet Affliction: My 2020 resolution is to read more nonfiction, which I recently realized I don’t do nearly enough of (my 2019… Continue Reading 2020 Reading Resolutions
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!
To celebrate the upcoming release of Don’t Honk Twice: A Prince Edward County Anthology, Team Invisible is stepping out from behind our desks to see a few County sights. Stop 1: Barrel and Library Tasting at Lacey Estates If you make it past the potholes on Closson Road (an experience in and of themselves), you’ll… Continue Reading Invisible Field Trip: Lacey Estates
Amanda Earl (Kiki) recommends Quell by Sandra Ridley (Baseline Press) Quell is a long poem about friendship, holding on and near death as a private experience, the bond between the woman who clings to life and the woman keeping her alive. I read the chapbook aloud to my husband and we were both moved to… Continue Reading National Poetry Month Reading Recommendations
This holiday season, Invisible Publishing asked our authors to contribute a recipe to our chapbook Dinner Party, available exclusively from our website, and full proceeds will go to Food Banks Canada. And if you buy one of the contributor’s books, also from our website, guess what? We’ll throw in a copy in a copy of… Continue Reading Recipe: Mama’s Macaroni Soup