Archive for June, 2008
The wonderful Chris Reed at Pages Books and Magazines in Toronto has made Be Good his current staff pick. Not only does that mean he has some lovely things to say about the book, it means you can get yourself down to 256 Queen Street West and get the book for 15% off!
My new publisher, Invisible Publishing, has been getting some attention lately. From The Chronicle Herald:
Although it calls itself Invisible, one of Eastern Canada’s youngest book publishers is starting to make its mark… During this first year of publishing, Invisible and its authors have achieved nationwide distribution and media coverage, plus recognition from government in the […]
There’s a nice little review of the launch of TOK3 up at Open Book Toronto.
“Stacey May Fowles, who… was mentored through the (Diaspora Dialogues) program, read from The Only Detail, a taut account of a woman accompanying her friend as she flees a cycle of violent relationships. The relationship between the two women shifts between […]
I’m very grateful to have been a part of Diaspora Dialogues 2007 mentorship program and to have been included in their latest anthology. Last week the TOK 3 anthology launched at the Drake Underground and Open Book Toronto’s Lisa Myers was there to take photos.
(All photos by Lisa Myers, via Open Book Toronto)
But you can pre-order now.
Be Good somehow managed to crack the ReLit Award Longlist. There’s some really talented intimidating heavy-hitters on that list. So thrilled, amazed and stunned? Yes.
“…probably the most finely realized small press novel to come out of Canada in the last year…” - This Magazine
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Shameless Magazine is proud to be a part of the launch for Branding Miss G__: Third Wave Feminists & The Media by Michelle Miller
Thursday, June 5, 2008 - 6:30pm
Branding Miss G__: Third Wave Feminists & The Media by Michelle Miller
Free Times Cafe
320 College Street
The launch will feature musical guests, a panel discussion with representatives […]