Marilyn Irwin’s ghost ships is now available from Apt. 9 Press. Apt. 9 had the great privilege of working with Marilyn Irwin back in 2015 on her chapbook the blue, blue there, which went on to be shortlisted for the bpNichol Chapbook Award. It was a pleasure to work with her again, and I amContinue reading “Now Available | Marilyn Irwin”
Robert Hogg’s Apothegms is now available from Apt. 9 Press. I am incredibly proud to have published this book, and to have had the opportunity to work with Bob. I can’t wait for people to read these remarkable poems. Full details here. Review copies are available, please contact us here.
Apt. 9 Press is proud to announce the publication of Pearl Pirie‘s rain’s small gestures, a book of new minimalist lyric work. Full details here. Review copies are available, please contact us here.
New from Apt. 9 Press, and now available for pre-order, is Justin Million’s Ejecta: The Uncollected KEYBOARDS! Poems. Read about the book (and about KEYBOARDS!) here. The book launches in Ottawa at VerseFest on Saturday, March 28, at 1pm in the In/Words and Blue Mondays Showcase. Pre-orders will ship in early April, and further launchesContinue reading “Justin Million | Ejecta: The Uncollected KEYBOARDS! Poems”
Nelson Ball died on Friday August 16, 2019. Apt. 9 had the great privilege of publishing three chapbooks by Nelson, including Small Waterways (winner of the bpNichol Chapbook Award) and most recently, A Letter to Amanda Bernstein and a Checklist of Weed/Flower Press. A Letter to Amanda Bernstein was only published in June, and hasContinue reading “Nelson Ball (1942-2019)”
Apt. 9 Press is proud to announce the publication of Nelson Ball’s A Letter to Amanda Bernstein and a Checklist of Weed/Flower Press, Ball’s third chapbook with Apt. 9. This non-fiction account of Ball’s work as publisher of the legendary Weed/Flower Press is a vital contribution to the ongoing documentation of Ball’s small press work.Continue reading “New: Nelson Ball, “A Letter to Amanda Bernstein and a Checklist of Weed/Flower Press””
Finally available for purchase is the dos-a-dos broadside Apt. 9 published in the Fall, featuring a poem each by jesslyn delia smith and Jeff Blackman. Read more about it here, and purchase it at Etsy here .
Apt. 9 is very excited to announce the publication of Elisha May Rubacha’s too much nothing. Rubacha is the editor and publisher of Peterborough’s bird, buried press and her contributions to the arts scene in her city recently put her on the shortlist for Peterborough’s Outstanding Emerging Artist Award. Apt. 9 loves to publish people who spendContinue reading “Now Available: too much nothing by Elisha May Rubacha”
Now available for purchase online, Gil McElroy’s Sum: Word Maps.
New from Apt. 9 Press, Gil McElroy’s Sum: Word Maps. Available next Saturday (November 18) at Meet the Presses Indie Literary Market in Toronto, Ottawa’s Small Press Book Fair on November 25, and online through our website thereafter. More details to follow.