Brecken Hancock will be at McNally Robinson on Thursday, July 31 to read & sign copies of her powerful debut poetry collection, Broom Broom. She will be joined by local poets Ariel Gordon and Alison Calder, who will read from their latest works.
On Sunday, July 27, Brecken Hancock reads from her debut poetry collection, Broom Broom. at Audreys Books, a lovely independent bookstore located in Edmonton's historic MacLean Block. She's joined by Shawna LeMay and Sarah Lang for a poetry reading. What better way to spend a summer afternoon?
Ottawa-based writer Brecken Hancock and Vancouver-based writer Adrienne Gruber reunite in their hometown of Saskatoon to read from their most recent poetry collections, Broom Broom (Coach House Books) and Intertidal Zones (Jack Pine Press).
The new issue of Spacing is about to come back from the printer which can only mean that a release party is around the corner! (As a plus, copies of Spacing Senior Editor Shawn Micallef's new book, The Trouble with Brunch will be available for purchase!)
Librarians are skilled at making sure things are found in the logical location, so it makes sense that this year's American Library Association Annual Conference is being held in Sin City! And you can bet Coach House will be in attendance.
There's an entire world of literature to be read, and thank goodness for the brilliant translators who make that world available to us. In anticipation of The Sleepworker's October release, all of our currently available French-to-English titles will be discounted on our website by 40% (!) until the end of August.
Lisa Robertson's Cinema of the Present is featured in Publishers Weekly's Most Anticipated Books of Fall 2014! The list is picked by PW's reviews editors and pulled from a Fall Announcements issue with more than 14,000 titles. To see what other new releases are being buzzed about, you can have a look at the rest of the list here.
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