Caitlin Press publishes culturally significant books, including fiction, non-fiction (both historical and creative), and poetry. Occasionally we will produce a children's, young adult or a crossover title.
Poetry, Non-fiction, Fiction & Literature,
CSPI Books provides a unique and independent voice for a wide range of academic and political perspectives that may not be heard within a large multinational or university press. We create books that make a genuine and lasting contribution to the evolution of a wide variety of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences. A rigorous peer review process is fundamental to our editorial policy and is one of the key factors in the prestige associated with our company’s name. Women’s Press, founded in 1972, has played an integral role in the proliferation of feminist writing in Canada. Our press is committed to conserving a space in higher education devoted to gender, sexuality, and women’s studies. We pride ourselves on the quality of our authors and our contributions to the field of feminist scholarship.
Educational & Textbooks,
Established in 1974 as the College of Cape Breton Press, CBU Press serves as a link between the Cape Breton University and its broader communities, publishing literature of significance to Cape Breton Island and that which enhances knowledge about the Island, its history and cultural preservation. Categories: Trade Fiction,
Non-fiction, Fiction & Literature,
Simon Fraser University at Harbour Centre, 515 W. Hastings Street
CCSP Press publishes works that examine publishing (excluding newspapers), report the results of research into publishing, and inform students of the practicalities of publishing. CCSP Press publishes for the scholarly, educational and trade markets, and is an innovative lab where new models and technologies of publishing will be developed and investigated with the intent of advancing industry practice.
Scholarly, Non-fiction, Educational & Textbooks,
The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health publishes resources for the individuals and families dealing with addiction and mental health issues as well as for professionals, front-line workers, policy-makers and students. Our mission is to improve the lives of those affected by addiction and mental health problems and to promote the health of people in Ontario and beyond. Our publications support best practices and evidence-based models of care. CAMH is fully-affiliated with the University of Toronto, is a Pan-American Health Organization, and a World Health Organization Collaborating Centre. Distribution: Self.
Educational & Textbooks,
Tucked away on Toronto's bpNichol Lane, Coach House has been printing and publishing high-quality editions of innovative poetry, ﬁction, drama and nonfiction since 1965. We've published books by such literary luminaries as Christian Bök, Nicole Brossard, Gail Scott, Michael Redhill and Lisa Robertson. Domestic Distribution: Publishers Group Canada. US Distribution: Consortium Book Sales & Distribution.
Poetry, Non-fiction, Fiction & Literature, Drama,
Coteau publishes and promotes examples of the best fiction, poetry, drama and young readers' fiction written in Canada. Our lists contain many Saskatchewan and prairie writers, and we continue to publish many first-time authors every year (which mean, frequently, extraordinary editing time and costs). Coteau provides substantive editing for its publications, and quality production values in all cases, assurances of quality that make a great deal of difference to the present success and the future careers of our writers.
Teen & Young Adult, Poetry, Fiction & Literature, Drama,
PO Box 8660, Station A
Creative Book Publishing publishes under three imprints: Creative Publishers (biographies, pictorials, cookbooks and historical titles including military, marine and community histories), Killick Press (literary titles including poetry, drama, fiction and creative non-fiction), Tuckamore Books (children's books and young adult literature).
Teen & Young Adult, Poetry, Non-fiction, History, Fiction & Literature, Drama, Children's Books, Cooking, Food & Drink,
Crow Cottage is converting and publishing popular Canadian children's picture books to ebooks. Their ebooks are enhanced with read-aloud narration, SFX, music, and other interactive features.
The Association of Canadian Publishers (ACP) is pleased to announce that Kirk Howard, founder and president of Dundurn Press, will be presented with the President’s Award at the association’s 2017 Annual General Meeting. ACP is also delighted to present Michael Harrison with honorary lifetime membership in the association.