Inanna Publications and Education Inc. is one of the few independent feminist presses in Canada committed to publishing fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction by and about women, and complementing this with relevant non-fiction, that bring new, innovative and diverse perspectives with the potential to change and enhance women's lives everywhere. Our aim is to conserve a publishing space dedicated to feminist voices that provoke discussion, advance feminist thought, and speak to diverse lives of women. We have always been particularly interested in ensuring that the voices of disenfranchised and marginalized women are heard and we are committed to working closely with talented, emerging writers. Our priorities are to publish literary books, particularly by fresh, new Canadian voices, that are intellectually rigorous, speak to women's hearts, and tell truths about the lives of the broad diversity of Canadian women - small books for people who want to read and think about real women's lives.
Scholarly, Poetry, Non-fiction, Fiction & Literature,
PO Box 11125
We are small, Canadian, Inuit-owned publishing company that aims to promote and preserve the stories, knowledge and talent of Northern Canada. Inhabit Media Inc. hopes to contribute to the Canadian publishing industry by promoting authors, storytellers and artists that live in remote regions of Northern Canada.
Aboriginal & First Nations,
Invisible Publishing is a not-for-profit publishing company that produces contemporary works of fiction, creative non-fiction, and poetry. We publish material that’s engaging, literary, current, and uniquely Canadian. We’re small in scale, but we take our work, and our mission, seriously. We produce culturally relevant titles that are well written, beautifully designed, and affordable. Invisible Publishing has been in operation for more than 7 years. Since releasing our first fiction titles in the spring of 2007, our catalogue has come to include works of graphic fiction and non-fiction, pop culture biographies, experimental poetry and prose. Invisible Publishing continues to produce high quality literary works, we’re also home to the Bibliophonic series and the Snare imprint.
Non-fiction, Fiction & Literature,
206-14 Duncan Street
Irwin law publishes books about Canadian law and legal issues for lawyers, law students, and the general public.
Educational & Textbooks, Non-fiction,
The purpose of the Institute (Institute of Social and Economic Research) shall be to undertake, sponsor and publish research within such disciplines and in such parts of the world as are deemed of relevance to Newfoundland and Labrador. Without limiting the generality of the above, research pertaining directly to social, cultural and economic development in Newfoundland and Labrador shall be of special importance. While academic excellence is the foundation of ISER Books, manuscripts are particularly welcome that combine academic excellence as well as wide public appeal in subject matter and style.
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.