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Sarah Pinder reads from Cutting Room

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Sarah Pinder reads a selection from 'Archipelagos,' a long poem in her debut collection Cutting Room.

Sarah Pinder reads from Cutting Room

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Sarah Pinder reads 'Send Money,' from her debut poetry collection Cutting Room.

Sarah Pinder reads from Cutting Room

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Sarah Pinder reads 'New Year's Day,' from her debut poetry collection Cutting Room.

September's Poetic Justice Sale metes out swift discounts

This September, we're featuring our brand-new Fall 2012 poetry titles in our Poetic Justice Sale! This month will see Jonathan Ball's The Politics of Knives, Mathew Henderson's The Lease, Sarah Pinder's Cutting Room and Matthew Tierney's Probably Inevitable hitting bookshelves. If you'd like them shipped direct to your door, we can make that happen.

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Uptown impressed by New Theatre

By Quentin Mills-Fenn
Uptown
August 9 2012

In the August 9, 2012 edition of Winnipeg's alt-weekly Uptown, reviewer Quentin Mills-Fenn had some very nice things to say about Susan Steudel's debut poetry collection, New Theatre:

Susan Steudel confronts the historical and the personal in her strong debut poetry collection, New Theatre (Coach House Books).

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Boldly BOGO where no one has gone before with our July sale!

Beginning (star date) July 3, participate in our our enterprising 'Buy One, Get One Free Sale!' When you order any fiction book from the Coach House website, you will receive a poetry book of your choice (of equal or lesser value) completely free! Simply order the fiction and poetry title from the Coach House website and you'll only be charged for the more costly of the two! And if you'd like more books, we can help you out with that. Order as many fiction-poetry pairs as you'd like; you'll only pay for half of them!

Best Sale in the 'Verse: poetry sale this April!

April is National Poetry Month! You're in luck, as Coach House recently published two outstanding poetry collections: Walid Bitar's Divide and Rule and Susan Steudel's New Theatre. What's more: we're having an incredible poetry sale this April!

Jenny Sampirisi's Croak one of the Globe's Top Ten Poetry Titles of 2011

Globe and Mail Books columnist Judith Fitzgerald listed her top ten poetry collections of 2011, and among the books was Jenny Sampirisi's debut poetry book, Croak, a frog-and-girl opera of Beckettian proportions. It shared the honour with such titles as Ken Babstock's Methodist Hatchet, Sue Goyette's Outskirts and Phil Hall's Killdeer.

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Gabe Foreman and David McGimpsey appear in National Post's list of Best Poetry Books of 2011

On December 31, the National Post's poetry reviewer Michael Lista made his selection for the best poetry books of 2011. Coach House was thrilled to have published two among his shortlist of seven titles: Gabe Foreman's A Complete Encyclopedia of Different Types of People and David McGimpsey's Li'l Bastard.

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Coach House announces new poetry board

On December 19, Coach House announced that our beloved Kevin Connolly will step down as our official Poetry Editor. Kevin would like to spend less time writing marketing tipsheets and more time writing poetry (given he is a Griffin-nominated and highly acclaimed poet), so that seems pretty reasonable to us.

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