2014 was a fantastic year for our publishers and their authors: our list of nominees and winners are an impressive collection!
Remembrance Day is a time to remember and reflect on the great sacrifice and effects war has had on so many generations of Canadians and those around the world. Reading is just one way to get a glimpse into times of war and the scars it leaves.
Looking for mysterious, creepy, or downright weird books to give you a bit of a thrill? We've put together a long list of stand-alone titles sure to get the hairs on the back of your neck tingling.
Love travelling but can't get away? Be an armchair traveller with these interesting and diverse journeys, from poetry to fiction to non-fiction.
Canadian independent publishers are all about nurturing new writers, which is why ALU has such a great collection of debut fiction. From first books by great Canadian writers to those published for the first time, discover you next favourite author.
The short story has been having a bit of a renaissance ever since Alice Munro won the Nobel Prize for Literature and confirmed what every Canadian already knew--Canadians know how to write short stories. If you like to read short stories, we have many fantastic collections for ... Read more
The publishers of All Lit Up together have a vast collection of Aboriginal Literature. From coast-to-coast-to-coast, the diversity in Canadian Aboriginal Literature is well represented, whether you're looking for an informative essay collection or a poetry collection you can ... Read more
October 16th is officially designated World Food Day to honour to creation of the Food and Agriculture Organization in 1945 as part of the United Nations. We're celebrating with some local Canadian cookbooks and essay collections.
ALU Publishers have explored many aspects of the challenges we face in today's world, as well as the challenges and consequences of decisions we have made in the past. Through poetry, prose and drama, these books delve into the issues that define our human struggles.
To celebrate World Pride, an international event that encompasses activism, education, and the history and culture of global LGBTTIQQ2SA communities, we've pulled together a diverse collection of books that will keep you reading all year long.