Stan Bevington

Stan and Deliver: Wednesday nights at the AGO!

Starting Wednesday, March 10, you can hear from the man who started it all at the AGO. In March, Coach House Press founder and master printer Stan Bevington will begin an ongoing series of weekly conversations at Toronto's Art Gallery of Ontario. As part of the AGO's innovative exhibit, 'Canadian Art in the 1960s and 1970s through the lens of Coach House Press,' Bevington will take up residence in the exhibit space every Wednesday night, between 7 and 8 p.m.

Toronto Star profiles Stan Bevington

On Sunday, September 6, the Toronto Star profiled Coach House founder and 'head coach' Stan Bevington, giving special attention to Coach House Press's recent purchase of the building.

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Wayzgoose Party at the Coach House

Sep 3

Coach House Press is purchasing its building! The historic coach house, located on bpNichol Lane (near the University of Toronto campus) and home to Coach House Books and Coach House Printing since 1968, has just been acquired by long-time tenant Coach House Press.

The Coach House
80 bpNichol Lane
Toronto, ON M5S 3J4

Stan Bevington appointed to Order of Canada!

Coach House founder and 'head coach' Stan Bevington has been appointed to the Order of Canada!

On July 1 (Canada Day), Michaëlle Jean, Governor General of Canada, announced 60 new appointments to the Order of Canada. Stan Bevington, master printer and literary publishing champion, was among the appointees – a list which also includes hockey legend Wayne Gretzky, theatre artist Robert Lepage, broadcaster Jay Ingram and the man behind the Giller Prize, Jack Rabinovitch, among others.

Coach House Reborn

by Val Ross, from The Globe & Mail, 28 January 1997

TORONTO - Coach House Press is dead. Long live Coach House Books, a new enterprise born last night in a celebration at Tallulah's Cabaret in Toronto.

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