Based in Windsor, Ontario, Black Moss Press has a national and international reputation for their contributions to Canadian literature.
Based in Calgary, Alberta, Bayeux Arts began publishing in 1994. Its name was chosen to highlight the importance of the artistic nature of the books selected by the press for publication.
The Goddess Inanna was the most prominent female deity of ancient Mesopotamia: her vast dominion included the domains of Love, Wisdom, War, Fertility and Lust.
With a whopping over-500 titles in print, Vancouver’s Talonbooks has been publishing one of the finest and most diverse literary lists in Canada for over 50 years.
Theytus Books is the first and oldest Indigenous Publishing house in Canada.
J. Gordon Shillingford Publishing wasn’t the first publishing venture for Saskatchewan native Gord Shillingford.
Signature Editions began its publishing career under the name of Nuage Editions in 1986. As a 16-person collective based in Montreal, Nuage published two to four books a year for the next several years.
“You’re dreaming the book, the tangible, tactile object. You haven’t heard yet of perfect binding, of dingbats, of saddle stitching, Corel, Ventura, fulfillment, or financial statements.
Tightrope Books celebrated 10 years and plenty of works of fiction, poetry, non-fiction, and YA this year.