Leigh Nash runs Invisible Publishing, which landed in Picton in 2016 by way of Marmora, Montreal, Halifax, and Toronto. She is the author of Goodbye, Ukulele, and in addition to making books, she is also a tarot card reader and yoga teacher.
We've been feeling alive with Jeremy Hanson-Finger's part medical dramedy, part detective story Death and the Intern (Invisible Publishing), so our final July book club post has us excitedly recommending some follow-up reads that'll keep you sharp and sleuth-y.
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 ... Read more
We've got an all-Ontario slate of reading events this week. If you know of an event happening elsewhere, please feel free to add it in the comments, below!
Are you hosting an event featuring an author whose titles are available on All Lit Up? Send the event details, including ... Read more
Engaging, literary, and current has been Invisible Publishing’s mandate since day one. Started in 2006 by Robbie MacGregor, Nic Boshart and Megan Fildes, Invisible’s focus is on publishing contemporary Canadian books that are affordable and look awesome. Change is on the ... Read more
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