Of Sina Queyras (Expressway), Toronto Star books reporter Barb Carey writes 'the poet offers a glimpse of alternative visions for the future, where nature reclaims space from 'the slither of pavement.' '

Read the full story here.

On Sunday, November 15, we celebrated the launch of The Edible City with a panel discussion, a few Toronto cocktails and a cookie decorating contest at The Gladstone Hotel. Both BlogTO and Torontoist were there, and they took pictures!

Read the Torontoist article here.

Early this morning Edible City contributor Sasha Chapman visited CBC Metro Morning to talk about the book and food culture in Toronto. Click here to listen to the full interview.

Coach House poet Kate Hall (The Certainty Dream) has been touring with Johanna Skibsrud (The Sentimentalists) to promote her new book. This weekend The Kingston Whig Standard published an article about the authors and their work. Read it here.

Margaret Christakos has published a novel and seven collections of poetry, including Excessive Love Prostheses, Sooner and most recently What Stirs (Coach House, 2008). She has won the ReLit Award for Poetry and been a finalist for the Trillium Book Award and the Pat Lowther Memorial Award.

Calling all bpNichol fans: have you heard about, an online public archive of the works of bpNichol and his collaborators? At this site, you can find audio, digitized print materials, photographs, links – even video, critical articles and curated exhibitions.

Coach House is having a fiction sale!

Until the end of November, order one fiction title from our online store, and get a second fiction title for half-price! It's the perfect deal for those thinking about the holiday season or those of you – like bibliophile squirrels – who want to stock up on novels and short fiction for the winter ahead.

'For the third consecutive year, Montreal’s Snare Books and Toronto’s Coach House Books joined forces on what book launch host Jon Paul Fiorentino called the “cheap seats to a beautiful cultural exchange.”

On Oct. 18, Green Room on Saint-Laurent Boulevard set the stage for a double-trouble book launch. The venue was packed, all seats were taken and lots of floor space was used up by those left standing.