MAY NEWSLETTER (click for link)

Join us in Toronto for a double poetry launch - Flying Books welcomes Derek Webster and Rhea Tregebov May 22 at 6:30 for the launch of their new books National Animal and Talking to Strangers. Then on June 2 at 7 pm, we are at Supermarket in Toronto to launch Jean Marc Ah-Sen's highly anticipated novel Kilworthy Tanner. Then it's a Montreal launch at La Petite Librairie D+Q on June 14 at 7 pm for both Kilworthy Tanner and Blaise Ndala's The War You Don't Hate.
8/5/2024
APRIL NEWSLETTER (click for link)

Congratulations to Signal Editions poets Rhea Tregebov and Derek Webster, who launched their new books Talking to Strangers and National Animal this month! We are also celebrating the publication of Blaise Ndala's novel The War You Don't Hate, translated by Dimitri Nasrallah. It will be launched on May 5th at the Ottawa International Writers' Festival. And speaking of Dimitri Nasrallah, Hotline is this year's selection for the One eRead Canada digital book club!
27/10/2023
DECEMBER NEWSLETTER (click for link)

'Tis the season to give the gift of books and we have just the thing for every book lover. From pulp fiction to pop culture, true love to true crime. As we approach the end of our 50th year, thank you to everyone who supported our mission of publishing quality Canadian writing. We can’t wait to share our new 2024 titles!
27/10/2023
FÉLICITATIONS HOTLINE!

The French translation of Dimitri Nasrallah's Hotline (translated by Daniel Grenier, published by La Peuplade) has made the longlist for the Prix des libraires du Québec! Félicitations Daniel et Dimitri!
30/11/2023
NOVEMBER NEWSLETTER (click for link)

Join us on Sat. Nov. 25 at Paragraphe to launch our fall Signal Editions poetry titles Cathedral/Grove, Quicker Than The Eye, and States of Emergency. Looking for a pulp fiction holiday gift? Buy the latest six Ricochet Noir books in a special bundle for only $75! And our books will be at the Salon du livre de Montréal courtesy Saga Bookstore from Nov. 22-26.
27/10/2023
OCTOBER NEWSLETTER (click for link)

Join us for the launches of our fall lineup! The Word hosts Spirits in the Dark author H. Nigel Thomas on November 1 in Montreal; on November 8, in Toronto, Lisa Whittington-Hill will be at Supermarket with Girls, Interrupted; then on November 25 at 2 pm Paragraphe welcomes our fall poets and their books Cathedral/Grove, Quicker Than The Eye, and States of Emergency. And on November 3 and 4, we will be at the Concordia McConnell Building Atrium for the Read Quebec Book Fair!
27/10/2023
SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER (click for link)

We're launching our Fall 2023 Signal Editions poetry on Wednesday, October 4 at Flying Books in Toronto! Join host Carmine Starnino for readings by Susan Glickman from her new release Cathedral/Grove, Joe Fiorito reading from his new collection Quicker Than the Eye and Yoyo Comay reading from his debut book States of Emergency. You can also join best-selling mystery author Sheila Kindellan-Sheehan for the launch of My Brother's Keeper, her latest novel featuring Lieutenant Detective Toni Damiano. The event will be at Indigo Pointe Claire, 6321 autoroute Transcanadienne, on Saturday October 14 from 12 PM–3 PM. Girls, Interrupted: How Pop Culture is Failing Women by Lisa Whittington-Hill will be released next month and launched on November 8th at Supermarket Bar in Toronto. Plus, Michael Lista at Edmonton's LitFest this October and Anita Lahey in Whistler and Waterloo next month talking about her new book While Supplies Last.
22/6/2023
JUNE NEWSLETTER (click for link)

We're launching Michael Lista's true crime book The Human Scale June 22 the Monarch Tavern in Toronto. Hope to see you there! June is Pride Month and we're highlighting our most recent LGBTQ+ novels this month: The Family Way by Christopher DiRaddo. Happy 50th to Véhicule Press!Véhicule Press celebrates fifty years of publishing this year, so we thought a party was in order! Thank you to all who attended, to our wonderful co-hosts Nyla Matuk and Mark Abley, to all who participated and wrote such moving words of congratulations, and to all the Véhicule authors out there. It was a magnificent evening!
22/6/2023
MAY NEWSLETTER (click for link)

Véhicule Press is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and we're throwing a party! Please join us on Saturday, June 17 at 7 pm at the Casa d'Italia in Montreal for a wonderful evening featuring several of our writers, editors and collaborators. The event is free and open to all. We will be launching Michael Lista's The Human Scaleat Toronto's Monarch Tavern on Thursday, June 22. And we will be launching Andrew Steinmetz's novel Because in Ottawa at the Manx on June 10 and in Montreal at Ursa on June 14. And congratulations to Baharan Baniahmadi for winning the Blue Metropolis/Conseil des arts de Montréal 2023 New Contribution Literary Award for the novel Prophetess!
19/5/2023
APRIL NEWSLETTER (click for link)

Join us Wednesday April 19 at La Petite Librairie Drawn & Quarterly for the launch of Dandelion Daughter by Gabrielle Boulianne-Tremblay, translated by Eli Tareq El Bechelany-Lynch. April is National Poetry Month and we are releasing our Spring 2023 poetry titles: While Supplies Last by Anita Lahey and The Four-Doored House by Pierre Nepveu, translated by Donald Winkler. And we welcome Michael Prior as Signal Editions poetry editor! Plus, congrats to Dimitri Nasrallah's Hotline for making it to Day 3 of CBC Canada Reads!
11/4/2023
JANUARY NEWSLETTER (click for link)

We are thrilled to share the news that Dimitri Nasrallah's Hotline is a 2023 Canada Reads selection! His inspiring novel of perseverance will be championed by bhangra dancer, artist and educator Gurdeep Pandher during the great Canadian book debate held from March 27-30 on CBC TV, CBC Radio and CBC Books. Congratulations to all the finalists! Baharan Baniahmadi's allegorial novel Prophetess is the Toronto International Festival of Author's virtual book club selection for the March 8, 2023 session. Plus poetry readings: Kaie Kellough and Tawhida Tanya Evanson in Montreal and John Barton on Salt Spring Island!
26/1/2023
DECEMBER NEWSLETTER (click for link)

Our Holiday Gift Guide is here! A short but sweet selection of Véhicule's bestsellers, award-winners, the ever-popular Montreal photo collection History Through Our Eyes and, for the vintage pulp fan, the latest Ricochet bundle! And if you're already looking ahead to spring, check out our Spring 2023 catalogue!
16/12/2022
NOVEMBER NEWSLETTER (click for link)

Congratulations! Iranian-Canadian author and actor Baharan Baniahmadi's Prophetess won the 2022 Paragraphe Hugh MacLennan Prize for Fiction at the Quebec Writers' Federation Literary Awards! Tawhida Tanya Evanson won the 2022 Blue Metropolis/ Conseil des arts de Montréal New Contribution Literary Prize for her novel Book of Wings! Véhicule will be at the Salon du livre de Montrél at booth #725 with the AELAQ and participating in several events and panels. And the Fall 2022 Montreal Review of Books is online chock-full of reviews and features!
16/12/2022
OCTOBER NEWSLETTER (click for link)

Launch into fall with us! Letters from Montreal on Oct. 13 at Bar le Ritz, Durable Goods and Wolf Sonnets at The Word on Oct. 15, Black and Blue at Librairie Résonance on Oct. 28, and a special Toronto fall gala event at the Monarch Tavern on Oct. 19!
17/11/2022
SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER (click for link)

Hotline is nominated for the Giller Prize! David Homel's novel A House Without Spirits launches Sept 29! And Letters From Montreal is now available!
23/9/2022
JULY NEWSLETTER (click for link)

A sneak peek at James Pollock's Durable Goods! New summer Ricochet Bundle! All Lit Up picks After Realism! Jaspreet Singh wins the City of Calgary W.O. Mitchell Book Prize for My Mother, My Translator!
20/7/2022
JUNE NEWSLETTER (click for link)

Writers Unbound returns to MATv! Lorna Goodison launches Mother Muse! Baharan Baniahmadi launches Prophetess! And The Walrus reviews Hotline!
9/6/2022
MAY NEWSLETTER (click for link)

Jaspreet Singh launches My Mother, My Translator at The Word! Baharan Baniahmadi launches Prophetessat Argo, hosted by Jacob Wren! Plus our Fall catalogue and more!
25/5/2022
APRIL NEWSLETTER (click for link)

On April 19 Jim Johnstone launches Infinity Network! Then in May, After Realism launches in Toronto and Montreal. Plus award nominations, reviews, events, and more!
12/4/2022
FEBRUARY NEWSLETTER (click for link)

Dimitri Nasrallah launches his much-anticipated new novel Hotline on Feb. 24 at Bar Le Ritz! Plus Tawhida Tanya Evanson makes CBC's list of 7 Black Canadian writers to watch in 2022! Reviews, events, and more!
4/2/2022
JANUARY NEWSLETTER (click for link)

Happy New Year! This month is the launch of Words are the Worst, plus Book of Wings and Dominoes at the Crossroads are longlisted for Canada Reads!
19/1/2022
FÉLICITATIONS HOTLINE!

The French translation of Dimitri Nasrallah's Hotline (translated by Daniel Grenier, published by La Peuplade) has made the longlist for the Prix des libraires du Québec! Félicitations Daniel et Dimitri!
30/11/2023
DECEMBER NEWSLETTER (click for link)

Happy holidays! Two of our books are Quill & Quire Books of the Year: Book of Wings and My Mother, My Translator. Roundup of reviews, the Spring 2022 catalogue, and more!
3/12/2021
World French-language rights sold for HOTLINE

>Hotline, Dimitri Nasrallah?s fourth novel, a vivid elegy to Montreal in the 1980s, is his most intimate offering to date. V?hicule Press has already sold world French rights to Nasrallah?s long-standing French-language publisher La Peuplade. Daniel Grenier?s translation will come out not only in Quebec, but also France, Belgium and Switzerland.
2/12/2021
OCTOBER NEWSLETTER (click for link)

Fall books are here! Antonyms for Daughter by Jenny Boychuk, Open Your Heartby Alexie Morin, Fear the Mirrorby Cora Sir?, and My Mother, My Translatorby Jaspreet Singh!
8/10/2021
SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER (click for link)

We launch Hallelujah Time by poet Virginia Konchan. Fall fiction from Esplanade Books features Cora Sir?'s Fear the Mirror and Aimee Wall's translation of Alexie Morin's Open Your Heart.
10/9/2021
JUNE NEWSLETTER (click for link)

This month, we launch Nectarine by Chad Campbell. Check out our Fall calendar and pre-order Jaspreet Singh's searing memoir My Mother, My Translator!
23/6/2021
23/6/2021
MAY NEWSLETTER (click for link)

This month, we launch The Montreal Poetry Prize Anthology 2020, Christopher DiRaddo's The Family Way, and Chad Campbell's Nectarine!
20/5/2021
APRIL NEWSLETTER (click for link)

This month, it's the publication of Christopher DiRaddo's The Family Way! It's also National Poetry Month, so we are offering a Bundle of two new books, Little Housewolf by Medrie Purdham and Nectarine by Chad Campbell! Plus we welcome Carmine Starnino as our new Associate Publisher!
8/4/2021
MARCH NEWSLETTER (click for link)

This month we are featuring an autobiographical bundle by Kathy Dobson, and get a sneak peek of Medrie Perdham's forthcoming poetry debut Little Housewolf (out in May!)
18/3/2021
FEBRUARY NEWSLETTER (click for link)

We celebrate Black History Month with the launch of Book of Wings by Tawhida Tanya Evanson and a special bundle of Book of Wings and Dominoes at the Crossroads.
4/2/2021
JANUARY NEWSLETTER (click for link)

We launch Book of Wings by Tawhida Tanya Evanson; plus our Spring 2021 lineup and our Lockdown Fiction Bundle!
18/1/2021
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
5/11/2020
9/10/2020
Kaie Kellough Wins Griffin Poetry Prize

Kaie Kellough, author of Dominoes at the Crossroads is the Canadian winner of the 2020 Griffin Poetry Prize for his collection Magnetic Equator. The Griffin Poetry Prize prize is for first edition books of poetry written in, or translated into, English and submitted from anywhere in the world.
19/5/2020
Swallowed - R?jean Ducharme's masterpiece - soon available in English!

We are thrilled to announce the publication of Swallowed (September 2020), a new authoritative translation of R?jean Ducharme?s 20th century masterpiece L?aval?e des aval?s. Originally published in 1966, Ducharme?s debut made an impact on Quebec society like no other literary work of that generation. Full press release and media kit here.
15/5/2020
Dominoes in Translation!

We are pleased to announce that Kaie Kellough?s Dominoes at the Crossroads will be published in French by our colleagues at ?ditions du Bor?al.

19/5/2020
Congratulations David Homel!

David Homel's novel The Teardown is the winner of the 2019 QWF-Paragraphe Hugh MacLennan Prize for Fiction. The awards were presented on November 5 at the Lion d'Or.
6/11/2019
#NationalIndigenousPeoplesDay

Zebedee Nungak: ?The need to correct the forced imposition of extinguishment and surrender of Aboriginal rights to establish agreements between governments and Indigenous peoples is still outstanding, unfinished business.? bit.ly/2ZxVFHm
21/6/2019
BRAVO ROBIN

We're chuffed that Robin Richardson won the 2019 Trillium Book Award for her poetry collection Sit How You Want. Kudos also to her Signal Editions editor, Carmine Starnino.

15/4/2020
FOUNDER OF POETRY SERIES HONOURED BY MCGILL

Michael Harris was given an Honorary Doctorate (D.Litt., honoris causa) by McGill University on June 3rd, in the main for his contribution to the world of poetry as founder/editor of the Signal Editions poetry imprint of Vehicule Press.
5/6/2019
KUDOS TO OUR SIGNAL POETS

Laura Ritland?s debut collection, East and West, has been nominated for the 2019 Pat Lowther Memorial Prize and Robin Richardson?s Sit How You Want for the 2019 Trillium Book Award.
28/5/2019
THATS A LOT OF CANDLES!

2018 was our 45th anniversary. The publishing landscape has changed substantially since we began printing in the back of an artist-run gallery in downtown Montreal in 1973. Older, and perhaps wiser, we've changed too, but our commitment to Canadian writers and writing has remained constant. Here are some pictures from the anniversary celebration: Part One & Part Two
5/10/2018
D.G. Jones

Poet-teacher-literary translator D.G. Jones has died at 87. Twice winner of the Governor General?s Literary Prize, and of other prizes, he was a formidable poet and pioneered the translation of Qu?bec poetry.
In 2009 we were privileged to publish his collected poems, The Stream Exposed with All Its Stones.
14/3/2017
Congratulations to Andy Sinclair

His novel Breathing Lessons is a Gay Fiction finalist for the 2016 Lambda Literary Awards. The awards ceremony will take place in New York, June 6.
10/3/2016
Paul Bley

1932-2016
We are saddened by the January 3 passing of renowned jazz pianist Paul Bley, at 83. Born in Montreal he played and recorded with Lester Young, Ben Webster, Sonny Rollins, Charles Mingus, Paul Motian, Pat Metheny and many others. We were proud to publish his memoir Stopping Time: Paul Bley and the Transformation of Jazz and Paul Bley: The Logic of Chance by Arrigo Cappelletti.
10/3/2016
Niko

Dimitri Nasrallah?s novel, Niko, makes the CBC Canada Reads Longlist.
10/3/2016
Swing in the House

Anita Anand is nominated for the Blue Metropolis/Conseil des arts du Montr?al Literary Diversity Prize for a First Publication.
8/12/2015
Catalogue

Check out our Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 Catalogues.
8/1/2016