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National Indigenous Peoples Day
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June 21st is National Indigenous Peoples Day, and we are excited to celebrate with some author events!
Tune in to our Facebook page or our YouTube channel to hear authors of My Indian, Sheila O'Neill and Saqamaw Mi'sel Joe, talk about their brand new book, why it's important to teach Indigenous history in schools, and what they're working on next!
My Indian, "an essential resource on Newfoundland and Labrador Indigenous history" (The Telegram), is available now!
Join us on Tuesday, June 29th at 7pm for our virtual launch party!
Tune in for readings, presentations, and a cookalong by our Winter 2021 authors:
George Elliott Clarke
The Quest for a "National" Nationalism
Chief Mi'sel Joe
This Is How It Is
Bobbi & Geoff Pike
East Coast Keto 2
Check out these behind the scenes photos from launch filming with Ritche Perez! Thanks to Nova Yoga for allowing us to use their space for filming.
Morgan Murray's Dirty Birds Wins Silver at the Foreword INDIE Awards!
Dirty Birds has done it again!
Congratulations to Morgan Murray for winning silver in the humour category at the Foreword INDIE Awards!
Coming this week...
We've got TWO new Spring 2021 books arriving in our office this week and we cannot wait for you to see them!
A stunning work of imaginative fiction, Nicholas Ruddock's Last Hummingbird West of Chile spins a tale of adventure that is in turn comedic, violent, poignant and thoughtful.
"Without a doubt, Last Hummingbird West of Chile was one of the best books I’ve read this year. It was absolutely delightful and I was gripped to the very last line (which came too soon)."
— Alison Manley, Atlantic Books
Do you love life? In this hilarious frolic through the hills of Italy, our heroine discovers the past is never really gone: it runs beside us our entire lives, just waiting to bite us in the arse. Bernardine Ann Teráz Stapleton's love, life is a made-up true fable about coming out, going back in, getting fat, Italian food, and stalking the Piazzo Bernardini. It’s a haunting love story, transcending decades, countries, and heartbreak. A Newfoundlander in Italy offers the humour, optimism, and romantic yearning the world needs now.