Matthew Tierney (The Hayflick Limit) recently spoke to Julie Wilson from the Globe and Mail about reading at the IFOA and where to find Toronto's tastiest coffee.

Watch the whole video here!

Got the post-election blues? Coach House Books has your municipal election hangover remedy: on November 16, we'll launch the final title in our line of uTOpia books, Local Motion: The Art of Civic Engagement in Toronto.

Enough talk of politicians, we say! Let’s just get the job done ourselves!

Coach House Books has joined forces with iambik Audio, a new kind of audiobook company, that launched this October with eleven literary fiction audiobooks from independent presses in the U.S. and Canada. This October, iambik launched audiobooks by one giant of American letters, Gordon Lish (including a selection of stories read by Mr. Lish himself); one Pulitzer Prize finalist, Lydia Millet; and a number of new and upcoming writers including Felicia Luna Lemus and J. Robert Lennon.

In Dorothy Ellen Palmer answers to the Proust Questionnaire, she discusses her greatest accomplishment, her idea of misery, and her new book When Fenelon Falls.

'What is your dream of happiness?

Waking up one morning and discovering I really am Sherlock Holmes. Mrs. Hudson has my breakfast ready, Watson reads aloud from the Times and with the last bite of egg and crumpet, 221B Baker Street gets a frantic knock at the door.'

'Jon Paul Fiorentino sat down (electronically) with Torontoist's Jacob McArthur Mooney last week for a conversation about indexes, misdirection, and the comfort afforded by our intellectual obsessions ...

The Quebec Writers’ Federation has announced the shortlists for the 2010 QWF Literary Awards, and Kate Hall's The Certainty Dream has been nominated for the A.M. Klein Prize for Poetry!

BlogTO has just published a list of their top ten nonfiction books on Toronto, and three Coach House books made the cut!

Join us at Revival on Thursday, October 14 for another incredible Coach House group launch! Doors open at 8:00 p.m.

Jonathan Goldstein will be celebrating the release of the new edition of Lenny Bruce Is Dead in Montreal on October 5, and the Montreal Mirror covered the launch in

Coach House Books is overjoyed to announce that Glenn McArthur's beautifully illustrated book on the work and life of John M. Lyle, A Progressive Traditionalist, has won the Heritage Toronto Award for book!