Forthcoming from Apt. 9 Press, available November 2015: Small Waterways by Nelson Ball solar-powered light bulb and the lake’s achy tooth by Michael e. Casteels Production is underway.
Apt. 9 is proud to make available two new chapbooks: the blue, blue there by Marilyn Irwin and The Lake Contains an Emergency Room by Lillian Nećakov. Books are available online now, will be available at the Ottawa Small Press Book Fair on Saturday June 13, and don’t miss Marilyn reading from her chapbook atContinue reading “New Titles | Irwin and Nećakov!”
Available in June, new books from Marilyn Irwin and Lillian Necakov. Printing is now underway. More details to follow.
Apt. 9 has been quiet since our very busy Fall season. Plans are underway for our Spring titles to be released at the Ottawa Small Press Book Fair on June 13, 2015. Full details to follow. The website has received a minor redesign. As Apt. 9’s list grew, things became increasingly unwieldy on the old website. ThisContinue reading “Apt. 9 Press: A Bibliography (2009-2015)”
Saturday in Toronto. We’re on the road first thing tomorrow morning. Be there!
On Saturday November 8 (tomorrow morning), Dave Currie will be interviewed on CBC’s In Town and Out shortly after 8:00am. He’ll be speaking about his new Apt. 9 chapbook, Bird Facts, alongside Frances Boyle discussing her forthcoming debut trade collection, Light-carved Passages (BuschekBooks). Good luck, Dave! We’ll be listening! Don’t forget to come out to theContinue reading “Dave Currie on CBC’s In Town and Out”
Apt. 9 will be running tables at two upcoming small press book fairs. The Ottawa Book Fair runs on Saturday November 8, from 12:00-5:00 at Jack Purcell Community Centre. We will have our newest title, Dave Currie’s Bird Facts, as well as copies of Five and a good selection of backlist. We will also haveContinue reading “Upcoming Book Fairs (Ottawa, Toronto)”
CKCU at Carleton University is holding their annual funding drive for the next two weeks. The station is a great supporter of the arts in Ottawa, and has a number of shows that have been especially strong supporters of Ottawa’s literary community. The collaboratively hosted Literary Landscape and Friday Morning Special Blend are important outlets forContinue reading “CKCU Funding Drive”
Forthcoming from Apt. 9 Press in November, Bird Facts by Dave Currie. It is far and away the oddest book Apt. 9 has done yet, and I can’t wait for you to read it. Dave reads from the book on November 7 at the Ottawa Small Press Book Fair Pre-Fair Reading, where the book will beContinue reading “Dave Currie | Bird Facts”
CWILA (Canadian Women in the Literary Arts) is holding a membership drive right now. “CWILA is a non-profit organization which advocates for gender equity in Canadian literary culture. We currently have over 400 members consisting of some of Canada’s most prominent writers and academics. As a feminist collective, we depend on our membership to stay responsiveContinue reading “CWILA Membership Drive”