AU Press publishes innovative and experimental works (in both fiction and non-fiction) that challenge established canons, subjects, and formats; promoting neglected forms such as diary, memoir, and oral history. AU Press also publishes websites (under its imprint) with content that has scholarly parameters and standards, especially grey literature on distance learning; and primary sources in labour studies, Metis and Aboriginal Studies, gender studies, and the environment.
Bayeux Arts produces artistic books that build bridges across cultures. Our imprints include Rosencrantz Comics, featuring graphic novels, and Odd Little Books, which brings together visual artists, dramatists, poets, puppeteers, playwrights and musicians.
Operating in Edmonton since 2005, Blue Bike Books publishes entertaining, fact-based books on a variety of topics including Canadian history, places, laws, trivia and humour, as well as weird science books for young readers.
Company's Coming is the publisher of Canada's most popular cookbooks and now publishes a series of craft books and organizers. Founded in 1981, the Company's Coming series comprises over 200 cookbooks, each on a single subject. It was acquired by Lone Pine Publishing in 2011.
Established in 1993, Dragon Hill Publishing is a publishing company located in Edmonton that, along with its imprint, Argenta Press, produces books for the popular adult and youth markets exploring the deeper roots of Canadian experience.
Durvile Publications publishes books that demystify the professions for professionals and the informed general public. Our "True Cases" series includes books by lawyers and judges about the law, and forensic psychologists and psychiatrists about mental disorders in the justice system. Our new "UpRoute Bright Books with Bite" imprint features a series of art, music, and filmmaking survival activity books.
Eschia Books is an Indigenous-owned publishing house with a mandate to publish books that spark interest in Indigenous cultures and engage more young readers, encouraging understanding through genuine, insightful writing.
Evil Alter Ego Press started out as a Tweet. That Tweet asked the question, "What are you doing tonight?" The answer, for those of you familiar with Pinky and the Brain know what that answer had to be. Simply put, we were going to try to conquer the world.
EAEP wants to partner with authors to get their work into reader's hands. That means authors are involved in decisions about cover, layout, editorial, promotion and final pricing. We believe no one will be more passionate about your book than you so why wouldn't we include you?
Folklore Publishing was founded in 2002 with a mandate to publish well written and accessible popular histories drawn from North America's past. Today we have 60 titles in print and continue to build a dynamic list.
Freehand Books was established in 2007 as the literary imprint of the academic publisher Broadview Press with a very simple mandate: to publish excellent Canadian literature. Our list is an aesthetically diverse, award-winning collection of fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction by both established authors and exciting new voices. We pride ourselves on our careful attention to detail throughout the editorial process, the high production quality and innovative design of our titles, and our creativity in the marketing and promotion of each book.
Located in downtown Calgary, Frontenac House is a small literary press on the lookout for bold new work. Frontenac's mandate is to publish as wide a range of poetic expression, from as varied and diverse a group of poets, as we can find. Primarily a poetry press, Frontenac also publishes books of literary fiction, art and design, biography and children's literature.
Grass Roots Press is a division of Literacy Services of Canada Ltd. The parent company specializes in adult literacy research, while Grass Roots Press publishes and distributes adult literacy resources.
Founded in 1977, NeWest Press is one of Canada's first independent literary publishing houses. NeWest publishes literary fiction, literary nonfiction, poetry, and drama, as well as a line of mystery novels, with a particular interest in books by Western Canadian authors. Its Nunatak imprint is the longest-running first-fiction series in Canada.
Tyche Books is a Canadian small-press specializing in science-fiction and fantasy anthologies, novels, and non-fiction, all available as ebooks and trade paperbacks. We crave innovative stories that push the boundaries of our imaginations. We want to discover new voices and propel established authors further along their journey.
Since 1969, the University of Alberta Press has published award-winning scholarly works and fine books for general audiences. UAP's program is particularly strong in the areas of biography, history, language, literature, natural history, and books of regional interest.
Scholarly, trade and non-fiction titles for educated readers, and academic journals. UC Press is always interested in well-researched manuscripts, particularly in areas of mandated interest: Great Plains subjects, Aboriginal history and issues, Canadian parks and heritage, environmental issues, Latin America and art/architecture books.