Good news, Bibliophonic fans! It’s not a new book (yet), but this December we’re releasing an updated edition of our perennial bestseller NoMeansNo: Going Nowhere, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the band’s seminal album Wrong. There’s a whole extra chapter by Mark Black that, in our humble opinion, really brings the book full circle… Continue Reading NoMeansNo: Going Nowhere’s second take
We’re marking down all our books, from Nov 29 to Dec 31, to $12. Why? We’re celebrating December. December is the twelfth month. Twelve is a nice even number. There are twelve days of Christmas, hours on a clock face, members in a jury. And we’re too lazy to set up a Black Friday sale… Continue Reading Twelve dollar books: it’s our annual holiday sale!
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 email@example.com; questions can be sent to the same email address.… Continue Reading Calling all PEC winemakers!
Providence-based writer and researcher Abdullah Shihipar talks ever-changing relationships to writing, community organizing, and working in multiple genres with InvisiBlog’s guest editor Amanda Ghazale Aziz.Amanda Ghazale Aziz: You were a writer before you were an organizer— you’ve mentioned to me before that writing took a backseat during the years you were the president of the… Continue Reading “It is Not Enough to Merely Bear Witness to the Conditions of the World”: An Interview with Abdullah Shihipar
As I write this, I have two plump squashes in my garden still clinging onto their stems. I plan to harvest them tomorrow and enjoy a good stew out of them this week. I’m terribly excited for this plan of mine. Until then, I’ll let these two beauties be outside among their now-dead blossoms, cherry… Continue Reading What Doesn’t Show Up Still Counts
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!
Yilin Wang, poet, writer, and editor talks #RacisminCanLit, Wuxia, and writing-life balance with Invisiblog guest editor, Shazia Hafiz Ramji. Shazia Hafiz Ramji: What are you working on right now? Yilin Wang: I’m currently writing a fantasy novel. It’s inspired by a Chinese fiction genre known as wuxia, which is commonly translated into “martial arts fiction”… Continue Reading Asking Many, Many Questions: An Interview with Yilin Wang
It’s May and the heat and rain shroud my body in a confused cloud. I’m cat-sitting this beautiful fluffy grey boy and I’m lounging in a big apartment in yet another gentrified Vancouver neighbourhood. Outside, glass condos glow pleasantly over the din of brewery beards, afternoon baby strollers, and barking dogs. Cat-sitting is an excellent… Continue Reading My Body Still Feels Like a Volcano: Jane Shi on Taking Ourselves Seriously
Amy LeBlanc, poet, writer, and editor talks monstrosity, fairy tales, and poetry with Invisiblog guest editor, Shazia Hafiz Ramji. Shazia Hafiz Ramji: How does it feel to have your poetry published in chapbook form? Amy LeBlanc: I’m always ecstatic when I see my work in print or online, but there’s something so nice about having… Continue Reading Monstrosity and Motherhood: An Interview with Amy LeBlanc
Jason Purcell, co-founder of Glass Bookshop talks poetry, life, and the texture of things with Invisiblog guest editor, Shazia Hafiz Ramji. Shazia Hafiz Ramji: Jason, how long did it take you to write A Place More Hospitable? Jason Purcell: These poems started during the writing of my MA thesis, in which was exploring similar themes:… Continue Reading To Live in the Texture of a Thing: An Interview with Jason Purcell, poet and co-founder of Glass Bookshop