The Association of Book Publishers of BC (ABPBC) is a provincial association of BC owned and controlled book publishing companies. The ABPBC works to support the long-term health and success of the Canadian-owned book industry in British Columbia.
The Association of English-language Publishers of Quebec (Association des editeurs de langue anglaise du Quebec) represents a wide-ranging community of publishers. Members include publishers of scholarly and historical works, poetry, fiction, graphic novels and comics, language instruction, travel guides, and children’s literature.
We support and promote the broad spectrum of books published in English in Quebec through a variety of initiatives and projects, including professional development seminars, advocacy, and the Montreal Review of Books. The mRb is published three times a year, showcasing a variety of books written and/or published in Quebec through intelligent, in-depth reviews, features, and interviews.
The Association of Manitoba Book Publishers represents a diverse group of Manitoba publishing houses. The AMBP strives to raise the profile of Manitoba publishers and create awareness by drawing attention to one of the province’s most culturally dynamic industries. In doing so, the AMBP works with people central to the business of publishing: publishers, writers, editors, designers, booksellers, distributors, librarians, sales personnel and many others.
The APMA works to maintain and grow a strong book industry owned and controlled in Atlantic Canada. The APMA also provides a common forum for our publisher members and the exchange of ideas and information related to publishing in the Atlantic region. The Association coordinates promotional projects such as Books for the Summer, Books for the Holidays, the Best Atlantic Published Book Award and Pitch the Publisher, in addition to organizing professional development sessions and industry growth projects for its members. The Association publishes the magazine Atlantic Books Today, 3 times a year, which brings readers across the region the latest news about books, writers and cultural life in Atlantic Canada.
The Book Publishers Association of Alberta (BPAA) was founded in 1975 to support the development of a thriving provincial publishing industry, away from Canada’s traditional book publishing centres.
The Literary Press Group of Canada (LPG) is a not-for-profit association of Canadian literary book publishers. With a current membership of sixty Canadian-owned and -operated publishing houses, the LPG’s mandate is to support the growth of Canadian literary culture.
The LPG helps member publishers sell, distribute, and market their books to booksellers, libraries, institutions, as well as directly to readers.
Since 1990, the Organization of Book Publishers of Ontario has encouraged the writing, publishing, distribution and promotion of books written by Canadian authors. The OBPO acts as a representative of member publishers in lobbying the provincial government and agencies about issues directly of concern to Canadian-owned Ontario-based book publishers.
An industry association for Saskatchewan publishers, providing professional development, marketing, and advocacy support.