Who let the dogs in?!
We're over the moon with the news that André Alexis's Fifteen Dogs has been named to the 2015 Scotiabank Giller Prize shortlist.
If you want a sneak peak of Susan Holbrook's forthcoming Throaty Wipes (Spring 2016), then be sure to check out her excerpt in The Walrus: "What is Poetry?" a "twelve-tone poem"
CBC Books has compiled 12 Canadian novels guaranteed to make you cry, and André Alexis' Fifteen Dogs has made the list.
The finalists for the 2015 Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize were announced this morning at Ben McNally Books, and André Alexis' Fifteen Dogs has made the list! We were so thrilled that we almost dropped our mini-bagels.
In honour of bpNichol's birthday and International Translation Day (September 30), save 25% off all of our backlist titles in translation until October 7!
Ben chats about his debut poetry collection, Otter.
The 2nd Annual Type Book Awards have been announced, and Coach House authors are all OVER it!
'[Christian] Bök,' says the Quill & Quire, 'is not just any writer, and his latest project makes [Griffin award-winning] Eunoia look like a children's nursery rhyme.'
On Sept. 21st, André Alexis sat down with Shelagh Rogers on The Next Chapter to talk about how he wrote Fifteen Dogs.
September 9, 2015 – We're howling with delight over the announcement that André Alexis's Fifteen Dogs is on the 2015 Giller Prize longlist!
Our congratulations to André and the other eleven longlisted authors and their publishers.
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We're happy to announce that Damian Rogers is a finalist for the 2016 Trillium Book Award for English-language Poetry for Dear Leader!
Nick Thurston's Of the Subcontract, Or Principles of Poetic Right is a collection of poems about computational capitalism, each of which was written by an underpaid worker subcontracted through Amazon.com’s Mechanical Turk service.
Originally published in print by Information as Material in the UK, it's now available through Coach House as an ebook, for just $5.
Christian Bök spoke about his Xenotext project of enciphering a poem into a bacterium on CBC Radio's Ideas program recently. Listen to the full episode online now!
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