Modern Home Winemaking
Daniel Pambianchi

Modern Home Winemaking describes the process of making flawless wine, consistently, from crush to bottle, using modern techniques and the latest products. Making wine is not only about fermenting juice into wine; this book details the many other processes involved in making outstanding wine—wines that will win medals at competitions.
Book of Wings
Tawhida Tanya Evanson

In this sweeping, allusive novel, the celebrated poet, dervish, and oral storyteller Tawhida Tanya Evanson comes to terms with what it means to stand on one’s own two feet in an uncertain world. The acclaimed Antiguan-Canadian artist traces a global journey from Vancouver to the United States, Caribbean, Paris, and Morocco as a relationship with her lover and travel partner disintegrates and she finds herself on a path toward personal discovery and spiritual fulfillment that leads her deep into the North African landscape.
Lost Family
John Barton

A bold experiment in autobiography, Lost Family: A Memoir is a book of sonnets that centres around the deaths of John Barton’s parents and sister, but also tracks much of the poet’s early life in Alberta through to a complicated, restless adulthood. Alongside accounts of love, friends and heroes, intolerance, AIDS, and the struggle for equality, Barton’s collection of poems—his first in six years—explores how being queer rewrites and expands society’s sense of lineage, both given and chosen.
NPM Bundle #3 - The Poets Laureate


For only $18 (plus GST and $5 flat rate shipping) you'll receive these two books of poetry from Signal Editions:

Hooking is Mary Dalton's fifth poetry collection. Barbara Carey in the Toronto Star called it “a celebration of creation.” Mary Dalton is the poet laureate of St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador

Radio Weather by Shoshanna Wingate explores the tension between personal imperatives and fickle outside forces in taut, unsentimental, immaculately-constructed poems. Shoshanna Wingate is the poet laureate of Sackville, New Brunswick.

MORE POETRY BUNDLES!

NPM Bundle #1, featuring Resisting Canada and Stranger for only $20 (plus GST and $5 flat rate shipping)

NPM Bundle #2, featuring The Outer Wards, All I Have Learned is Where I Have Been, What We Carry, and The Suicide's Son, for only $35 (plus GST and $5 flat rate shipping)
NPM Bundle #4 - Montreal Poets


For only $35 (plus GST and $5 flat rate shipping) you'll receive four books of poetry from Signal Editions:

Mockingbird by Derek Webster: the aftershocks of a failed marriage through a variety of self-portraits.
Afterwords by Geoffrey Cook: an ambitious reimagining of German poems by Goethe, Heine, Rilke and Brecht.
Leaving the Island by Talya Rubin: rife with exacting wordplay and frank self-reckonings, a book about endings and what remains when we start over.
Versus by William Vallières: a lyric bildungsroman filled with portraits of seduction and infatuation, loneliness and buried shame.

MORE POETRY BUNDLES!

NPM Bundle #1, featuring Resisting Canada and Stranger for only $20 (plus GST and $5 flat rate shipping)

NPM Bundle #2, featuring The Outer Wards, All I Have Learned is Where I Have Been, What We Carry, and The Suicide's Son, for only $35 (plus GST and $5 flat rate shipping)

NPM Bundle #3, featuring Hooking by Mary Dalton and Radio Weather by Shoshanna Wingate for only $18 (plus GST and $5 flat rate shipping)
Press

On 1984 Trilogy Bundle:
"Through multiple links that weave between the imagination of cybernetics and the history of literature, Plamondon's novel is a vibrant tribute to the ingenuity of human beings." - Alexandre Coderre, Spirale magazine

On No Grave for This Place:
“This intense collection, which unfolds around loss and decay, finds its most beautiful embodiment in the precision of its gaze.” –Le Devoir

On Talking to a Portrait:
- "...[A] thoughtful remembrance of a fulfilling career and a profession now in flux." - Sue Carter, Quill & Quire

On
I Am Not Guilty:
“A vivid and arresting novel of suspense, cleverly portraying the story of average human beings caught in the toils of murder.” – Ottawa Citizen

News

DECEMBER NEWSLETTER (click for link)
We launch All I Have Learned is Where I Have Been by Joe Fiorito and The Outer Wards by Sadiqa de Meijer on December 10; plus our Holiday Gift-Giving Guide, featuring History Through Our Eyesby The Gazette's Edie Austin and Lucinda Chodan!

NOVEMBER NEWSLETTER (click for link)
History Through Our Eyes is now available, Kaie Kellough wins the 2020 QWF Paragraphe Hugh MacLennan Prize for Fiction for Dominoes at the Crossroads, and we launch Swallowed!

DOMINOES AT THE CROSSROADS wins QWF Paragraphe Hugh MacLennan Prize for Fiction!
Congratulations to Kaie Kellough on winning the QWF Paragraphe Hugh MacLennan Prize for Fiction for his book Dominoes at the Crossroads! The jury commented: "...Nubian slaves, an auction at The Ritz, and an insider’s inside view of uncelebrated neighborhoods in a “future history” of Montreal that tangles a language-obsessed

OCTOBER NEWSLETTER (click for link)
John Barton launches Lost Family: A Memoir, Kaie Kellough talks Dominoes at the Crossroads at TIFA, and pre-order History Through Our Eyes!DOMINOES AT THE CROSSROADS longlisted for 2020 Scotiabank Giller Prize (press release here)
Kaie Kellough's book Dominoes at the Crossroads has been longlisted for the 2020 Scotiabank Giller Prize. Congratulations!
Discover

Click here to see Kaie Kellough read from his QWF Paragraphe Hugh MacLennan Award winning book Dominoes at the Crossroads

Click here to listen to Rosalind Pepall's interview on CBC's All in a Weekend about Talking to a Portrait: Tales of an Art Curator.

In Periodicities’ fifth series of videos, Sadiqa de Meijer reads a few poems from her new book, The Outer Wards. Click here

Read “The Silence of A.M. Klein,” an incisive essay by our editor Carmine Starnino in the April issue of The New Criterion.



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Véhicule Press acknowledges the generous support of its publishing program from the Book Publishing Industry Development Program of the Department of Canadian Heritage, The Canada Council for the Arts, and the Société de développement des entreprises culturelles du Québec (SODEC).