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Saturday's Globe featured a parody of The Edible City in the form of excerpts from three (imaginary) essays that didn't make the cut. Click here to read all about charcuterie cults and squirrel-meat recipes, or here to read more about the book itself.

Darryl Whetter's article in This Magazine assembles a list of 'recommended reading from the first decade of our century,' and Margaret Christakos is on it. Whetter calls Sooner an 'innovative work that leaps around on the page and nibbles on your inner ear.'

In a recently published article by Quentin Mills-Fenn of Uptown Magazine, Cordelia Strube's writing is described as 'sharp-edged, very funny.' Strube spoke to Mills-Fenn about her her writing process, her characters, and Lemon in general. Read the whole article here.

The December 2009 issue of the Quill & Quire listed Carla Gunn's Amphibian as one of the 'overlooked books' of 2009 – a list of titles that, in a just world, would have been blockbuster bestsellers.

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Kate Hall's poems are 'profoundly perfect' and Susan Holbrook is a poet of 'Rabelaisian intensity' according to the latest Eye Weekly. Read the whole article here.

Code X by W. Mark Sutherland was originally published in 2001 by Coach House Books. Using state-of-the-art computer technology, it was a CD-ROM that turned your computer into a producer of poetry. It's been unavailable for a while, as the technology has since become obsolete.

In Other Words is the site blog for Globe Books. It is written by Peter Scowen and by guest bloggers from the literary world. In today's entry Judith Fitzgerald interviews Susan Holbrook (Joy Is So Exhausting)

The Walrus and Chatelaine love it, and so do McNally Robinson customers. Cordelia Strube's Lemon is now on the McNally Robinson bestseller list!

The Tasting Toronto bloggers were at the Edible City book launch on Sunday to listen to our panel of contributors and decorate a few cookies. Read the whole story here.

... well, partially.

In 2008, solar panels were installed on the rooftop of Coach House Press. And the panels provide partial power for the building.

You can keep track of how much money Coach House is saving in electricity conservation at the SolarVu Coach House site.