- After a fun day at Word on the Street Toronto, we wanted to make sure you could get in on the action with some photos from the annual bookish extravaganza. Get a vendor’s eye view here.
- Looks like people are excited for our latest publication, Pictographs. In it, Ojibway artist James Simon Mishibinijima brings to life legends passed down by generations of Elders. Learn more, or buy your copy today!
- The New York Public Library’s archivist might just be “the most interesting man in the world”. Read about him in The Village Voice.
- Arc Poetry Magazine ran a review of Shane Neilson’s Dysphoria, calling it “a powerful example of narrative medicine”.
- And finally, here’s some interesting literary history for you. On the eventual rise of the inexpensive mass market paperback.
Thank you for reading, clicking, and otherwise enjoying our posts this week. Have a great weekend!