We at Invisible Publishing are pleased as punch to announce that Del Cowie is officially the new editor of the Bibliophonic Series! Del has extensive knowledge of the history and contemporary landscape of Canadian music. He has worked as a producer for the Peabody and International Emmy-winning Netflix music documentary series Hip-Hop Evolution, as an associate producer… Continue Reading Del Cowie joins Team Invisible!
We’re cross-posting this from our pals over at the Sarah Selecky Writing School because we’re SO PLEASED to be publishing the finalists from their Little Bird writing contest! Be sure to read their full release, and pick up a print or digital copy of Little Bird Stories, Volume 8: In print from us (or from… Continue Reading Announcing Little Bird Stories Vol. 8!
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
Invisible Publishing is seeking a new editor/s for its Bibliophonic series of Canadian music bios. Each book is a time capsule that captures artists and their work, and provides a unique look at some of today’s most exciting musicians. The editor will be responsible for soliciting, reviewing, and making decisions on submissions to the imprint,… Continue Reading CALL FOR EDITOR/S: BIBLIOPHONIC MUSIC SERIES
File this one under important info you hope to never use: PEN America has released an Online Harassment Field Manual, a digital guide that contains effective strategies and resources that writers, journalists, their allies, and their employers can use to defend against cyber hate and fight online abuse. Some of the legal info won’t be… Continue Reading PEN America’s Online Harassment Field Manual
Time to renew your Mad Magazine subscriptions, people: illustrator and cartoonist Mike Holmes (author of Invisible titles True Story and This American Drive) has a new gig drawing a regular comic strip for the relaunched Mad Magazine! The new strip is called Real, Dumb, which takes the reader-submission concept of True Story and reworks it… Continue Reading Mad taps Canadian cartoonist Mike Holmes for “True Story”–style comic
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!
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
This spring, we’re rebooting our dusty old Invisiblog with shiny new content! For the next few months, mixed in with our usual news posts, you’ll see other way more interesting posts — like interviews, playlists, and guides — written and curated by guest editors Nicole Chin and Tamara Jong. So join us in rolling out… Continue Reading Coming soon: a new & improved Invisiblog!
Hey-o! We’re celebrating International Women’s Day—March 8!—all March long by doubling the royalties we pay our female and female-identifying authors on sales of their books through our website.