It’s back: the excellent time of year when we pay women more! To celebrate International Women’s Day, we’re doubling the royalties we pay our female authors on sales of their books through our website during the whole month of March.
Sanna Wani, author of the chapbook, The Pink of the Seams (Penrose Press), speaks with Shazia Hafiz Ramji about the “strange little immortal creatures” that are poems, the Ramadan treat of rose syrup, pink insides, and more. Shazia Hafiz Ramji: How did you arrive at The Pink of the Seams? Sanna Wani: Hmmm, I went… Continue Reading Pulling Back the Flesh of Myself: An Interview with Sanna Wani
Searching for Terry Punchout by Tyler Hellard has been shortlisted for the Amazon Canada First Novel Award!!! And three more cheers for all the super fine books, authors and publishers on the shortlist, too!!! The finalists for the 2019 Amazon Canada First Novel Award, alphabetically, are: The Amateurs, Liz Harmer (Knopf Canada) Searching for Terry… Continue Reading Three cheers for Tyler Hellard!!!
Hey-o! We did this last year for this first time and it was such a hit that we’re doing it again. To celebrate International Women’s Day, we’re doubling the royalties we pay our female authors on sales of their books through our website during the whole month of March.
When I was working on my first book, Port of Being, I woke up at 6 a.m. every day for at least 4 months straight. I woke up to read, think, and write for at least 2-3 hours each morning before I began the rest of my day around 9 and 10 a.m. I am… Continue Reading Writing Time: Discipline & Structure
Shazia Hafiz Ramji is the new guest editor for Invisiblog! She will be editing and curating Invisiblog essays, interviews, and bits, and encourages you to get in touch if you would like to be featured: shaziahafizramji[at]gmail[dot]com or @Shazia_R UPDATE: Submissions and pitches are closed as of Feb 26, 2019. Thank you very much to all… Continue Reading Welcome, Shazia Hafiz Ramji, our new Invisiblog guest editor!
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
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
An excerpt of Claire Lacey’s poetry collection, Twin Tongues, has been translated into Haitian/Creole-inspired French, and it’s online at Marseille-based literary journal la revue watts! C’est super.
Big news: we’ve decided to make our guest blog editorships a permanent thing! Next up is work written and curated by the very excellent Sanchari Sur — welcome, Sanchari! Sanchari Sur is a 2018 Lambda Fellow in fiction. Her work can be found in The Feminist Wire, Room, Toronto Book Award Shortlisted The Unpublished City… Continue Reading Meet Sanchari Sur, our new guest Invisiblog editor!