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Hear George Tombs discuss Canada's Forgotten Slaves on CBC's C'est la vie

Hear Elaine Kalman Naves talk about Portrait of a Scandal on CBC's Cinq Ă  six

Read an excerpt from the latest mystery by Sheila Kindellan-Sheehan, The Courier Wore Shorts.

Meet Margaret H. Atwood. Read an excerpt from Missy Marston's The Love Monster.

New Fiction Editor.
Dimitri Nasrallah succeeds Andrew Steinmetz at Esplanade Fiction


Winkler wins 2013 Governor General's Literary Award!
Marston wins 2013 Ottawa Book Award!

Congratulations to Donald Winkler winner of the GG Translation prize for The Major Verbs by Pierre Nepveu,and to Missy Marston, winner of the Ottawa Book Award for Fiction for her novel The Love Monster.

Spring 2014 Titles

Check out our new catalogue for Spring 2014!

Marc Callanan, author of Gift Horse, won the 2013 Heritage and History Book Award for Poetry.

Upcoming Events

Jim Johnstone at the Atwater Poetry Project
Thursday 29th May 2014 at 7:00 pm
Atwater Poetry Project
Atwater Library
1200 Ave Atwater West
Westmout, QC

George Ellenbogen European reading tour: Germany
Monday 19th May 2014 at 12:00 am
University of Siegen

George Ellenbogen European reading tour: Germany
Friday 16th May 2014 at 12:00 am
University of Freiburg

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Hot off the press

On Hooking:

:"Make no mistake, these poems are beautifully made." –The Globe & Mail

On The Grey Tote:

"The Grey Tote is impressive for its attitude and language–its direct expression of fear, its realization of mortality in the technological labyrinth. The style is direct, spare, hard, clear, but with elegance and significant whimsy." –A.F. Moritz

On Portrait of a Scandal:

Elaine Kalman Naves interviewed on CBC's Cinq ŕ six. Click to listen.

On Satisfying Clicking Sound:

"Poet and critic Jason Guriel solidifies his place in CanLit with substantial contributions to both fields. . . Most of Guriel's poems open outward, including insight, mischief and wordplay." –Quill & Quire

On Canada's Forgotten Slaves:

“This book provides the only available outline of the contours of the slave system … in seventeenth and eighteenth-century New France.” –Canadian Historical Review