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! If you buy one of the contributor’s books, also from our website … we’ll throw in a copy in a copy of Dinner Party… Continue Reading Recipe: Skillet Buttermilk Biscuits
Attention #PEC pals! We’ve extended our calls for submissions to our County anthology! Invisible Publishing is collecting stories, memories and personal history about life in Prince Edward County, Ontario, by people who live in or have ties to PEC, to be publishing in an anthology in summer 2019. We want you to tell us: The… Continue Reading Call for submissions: PEC Anthology
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!
A couple of years ago, Invisible published my first book, a collection of short stories called Everything Life Has to Offer. I’m now finishing up a second book, but this one’s entirely different. It focuses on Toronto’s Galleria Mall—a shopping mall in the city’s west end that was built in 1972 and is known for… Continue Reading The Galleria Mall in Book Form!
We’re officially kicking off the Invisibook Book Tour Club! If you’re going somewhere cool, you need something cool to read. We’ve got you covered: Email us with your request and we’ll send you a free book to take on vacation. All we ask in return is that you take photos of the book we send… Continue Reading Introducing the Invisibook Book Tour Club
Alicia Elliott (photo credit: Ayelet Tsabari) On the latest interview for #Invisibooks, we caught up with the fantastic Alicia Elliott to hear her thoughts on encouraging emerging writers, the power of seeing yourself in a story, how her new book came about, and why she’s such a wrestling fan. Tamara Jong: Hey Alicia, huge congrats… Continue Reading More than Five Questions with Writer Alicia Elliott
Jael Richardson (photo credit: Arden Wray) Jael chats with #Invisibooks about CanLit, why the Festival of Literary Diversity (FOLD) feels like fun and not work, her call to writing, tips on how to be an ally and her forthcoming new book Gutter Child (woohoo!). Tamara Jong: Jael, It’s just past year three of FOLD. You… Continue Reading Five Questions with Writer Jael Richardson
Jon Chan Simpson’s writing is both whimsy and wit. His novel, Chinkstar, explores culture, race and history culminating in a hilarious, vivid and unforgettable debut. As this month’s guest contributor, Jon’s undeniably unique voice explores the writer’s relationship with writing with his very own diagnostic quiz. Take it, read about his own personal experiences with writing… Continue Reading How’s it going between you and your writing?
Shazia Hafiz Ramji talks about childhood inspirations from R.L. Stine, encyclopedias, and Wordsworth, what it took to finish Port of Being and an accompanying playlist (Book to be released October 15th with Invisible Publishing) and how Tarot helps her write fiction. Tamara Jong: Hey Shazia, congrats on recently getting an honorable mention for your story “Pilgrims”… Continue Reading More than Five Questions with Shazia Hafiz Ramji