Matthew Tierney (The Hayflick Limit) spoke with Linda Besner of Maisonneuve about the theory of relativity, Paul Muldoon and being marooned in your own head.

Coach House titles are now available on Kobo!

That's right, you can now purchase Coach House ebooks through global eBook retailer Kobo. Only a couple dozen Coach House titles are currently available through Kobo, but you can start downloading titles as diverse as Golda Fried's Nellcott Is My Darling, Darren O'Donnell's Social Acupuncture and Nicole Brossard's Fences in Breathing immediately.

Claudia Dey (Stunt) recently discussed her writing process on the Writers' Confessions series.

Coach House is looking for an employee. Could that person be you? Our small ship is one crew member short; we’re looking for an enthusiastic bosun to come aboard. Please see the below listing, and if you think you've got the right stuff for our small but busy enterprise, apply before August 11, 2010. Publishing Assistant/Bosun, Coach House Books Part-time, three days per week Coach House Books is a small literary press in Toronto.

Thom Vernon returned to his hometown of Lansing, Michigan this week to from his debut novel The Drifts at Schuler Books & Music. Vernon spoke with The Lansing State Journal over the phone this week about the book, the characters and what drew him to writing in the first place.

The Lansing City Pulse recently interviewed Coach House author and former Lansing citizen Thom Vernon about The Drifts, his upcoming hometown reading and his reason for leaving Michigan.

Cordelia Strube recently spoke with Fred Addis, producer at the Leacock Summer Festival, about Lemon, the festival and the late Paul Quarrington. The conversation was posted on Open Book Toronto, and you can watch it here.

The future is now, friends. It's like we're living in the year 2000. Coach House has just posted its second wave of ebooks! And this time, we've got the real ebooks, too; not just PDFs!

Coach House author Thom Vernon recently spoke to Joanna Dykhuis of Revue Magazine about his next project, his family in Arkansas, and his debut novel, The Drifts.

Gary Barwin recently sat down with Alessandro Porco, the June Writer-in-Residence for Open Book Toronto, to talk about poetry, small press publishing, and his upcoming book The Porcupinity of the Stars.