In House: We Asked, Our Publishers Answered

June 16, 2016

We recently had the opportunity to spend three days with our publishers, sharing and learning about each other and what we're all working on. It's always so exciting and energizing to hear about new books, new ideas, and even new challenges facing the independent Canadian publishers we work with. Given how much we enjoyed the opportunity to talk directly with so many talented publishers we thought we'd share a little of what it's like with you, our wonderful ALU readers. During one of our breaks we managed to waylay a handful of our publishers to ask them about what they are really excited about in publishing and/or CanLit right now.

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We recently had the opportunity to spend three days with our publishers, sharing and learning about each other and what we're all working on. It's always so exciting and energizing to hear about new books, new ideas, and even new challenges facing the independent Canadian publishers we work with. Given how much we enjoyed the opportunity to talk directly with so many talented publishers we thought we'd share a little of what it's like with you, our wonderful ALU readers. During one of our breaks we managed to waylay a handful of our publishers to ask them about what they are really excited about in publishing and/or CanLit right now.

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Leigh Nash, Publisher at Invisible Publishing, is excited about new partnerships and opportunities as she gets ready to move her office.

 

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Mandy Bayrami, Marketing Manager at Playwrights Canada Press, is happy both as a reader and publishing professional to see the expanding definition of what is considered "Canadian Literature".

 

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David Caron, Co-Publisher and President at ECW Press, is excited to see that more and more people are discovering that great literary books are available from a wide variety of publishers.

 

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Karen Green, Marketing Coordinator & Assistant Publisher at Anvil Press, is happy to find that more Canadian books are being translated into all our national languages and made accessible to Canadian readers.

 

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What are you excited about in your reading lives?


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