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“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.

BuschekBooks is an Ottawa-based press that has a strong focus on poetry, though they have published fiction and non-fiction in the past.

The University of Alberta founded the Banff Centre in 1933, with help from the Carnegie Foundation.

The Quebec Writers’ Federation announced the winners for their 2015 awards on November 18th at gala event in Montreal.

On the main street in the small Southwestern Ontario village of Erin in Wellington Country are two Victorian commercial buildings that house one of only a few of the Canadian publishing companies that print their own books.

Montreal-based DC Books was founded by husband-and-wife Louis Dudek and Aileen Collins in 1974 (DC = Dudek and Collins).

Montreal-based publisher Baraka Books is committed to providing English-speaking readers in Canada and elsewhere with ideas, points of view, and creative works that might

The winner of the 2015 Giller Prize was announced on November 10th at a gala event hosted by Rick Mercer in Toronto and televised on the CBC.

Maureen Whyte started Seraphim Editions in 1994 in Toronto. Determined to succeed, she sold her piano and secured a small loan.

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