The Washington DC news and culture site, Brightest Young Things, recently posted an article on how to namedrop Montreal poets, in which Coach House authors Jon Paul Fiorentino (The Theory of the Loser Class) and David McGimpsey (Sitcom) feature largely.<!--newline--><!--newline-->Of Jon Paul Fiorentino:<!--newline--><!--newline-->This is the name to namedrop in Montreal.
That poetic ode to failure, The Theory of the Loser Class, by Jon Paul Fiorentino, won the 2006 Expozine Alternative Press Award at the Expozine Awards Gala in Montreal last night (March 7, 2007).<!--newline--><!--newline-->To reflect the wide diversity of printed matter represented at Expozine, Montreal's only annual small press, comic and zine fair, six prizes are awarded: three prizes in English and three in French, for the following categories: Best book, Best comic, Best zine.
No matter what you celebrate – Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwaanza, Raven-Symoné's birthday – or whether you celebrate nothing at all, everybody loves a good deal. And this December, Coach House has a great holiday deal for you. All our books (print, electronic, old and new) are 25% off the usual retail price, and we'll waive any shipping fees. That's right! It's like we're like Amazon but we pay taxes! So if you know of someone who'd love the gift of a Coach House book, now's your chance to win brownie points while saving money, with our Ludi-crèche Holiday Sale!
Want to purchase some Coach House gifts for the holidays, but need to browse? This December, in addition to the many fine booksellers that stock our titles, Torontonians can visit the ToronTOpia Pop-up Store for their Coach House needs.
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