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The National Film Board has posted an amazing interactive documentary on Jordan Scott, the author of Blert. It's called Flub and Utter: A Poetic Memoir of the Mouth, and it's like a choose-your-own-adventure reading. Check it out here!

Shawn Micallef recently spoke to the Toronto Star via email about Stroll, psychogeography and his dog, Sebastian.

'Toronto Star: We say a place is vibrant when we see people, and when we don't we dismiss places as dead. But can a vibrant community be humming along, unseen?

Coach House poet kevin mcpherson eckhoff recently appeared on CBC's The Next Chapter to speak with host Shelagh Rogers about shorthand, visual poetry and his new book Rhapsodomancy.

It's our ice cream sandwich of book sales! For a limited time this summer, we're offering a wide swath of our backlist titles at 50% off when ordered through the Coach House site. Many of your favourite backlist titles can be obtained at a sweet half-price discount through the Baby Got Backlist Sale! Stock up for your summer (and fall and winter) reading now.

Normal shipping charges apply. Sale ends August 31, 2010.

The Toronto Star's Corey Mintz recently met Stroll author Shawn Micallef at the corner of Yonge and Wellesley for an afternoon walk.

Coach House Books is both thrilled and astounded to announce that three of our recent titles were named as finalists for the Trillium Book Award earlier today!

Thom Vernon has been travelling through Florida to promote his new novel, The Drifts this month, and was recently featured in the South Florida Gay News.

The winner of this year's Griffin Poetry Prize will be announced on Thursday, June 3, and many publications have been running stories on the nominees, who include Coach House poet Kate Hall (The Certainty Dream) .

From Barbara Carey, in the Toronto Star:

Coach House Books has won the Small Press Publisher of the Year Award from the Canadian Booksellers Association!

Coach House poet kevin mcpherson eckhoff and Jacob McArthur Mooney recently had an email conversation about Rhapsodomancy, experimentation and the importance of play in poetry.

'Jacob McArthur Mooney: Specifically with this book, would you advise people to try and learn something about the source alphabets first, or experience the text ignorant? ...