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Solo, Yet Never Alone: Swimming the Great Lakes

by Laura E. Young 

 

Canadians who challenge the freshwater seas that can turn on you in an instant and shatter your dreams.

 

"Thank you Laura for telling our stories.”—Vicki Keith, open-water marathon swimmer extraordinaire.

 

 

Sweat,

by Lesley Belleau 

Myth and stark social realism are braided in the lives of two contemporary Ojibway women.

"… startling physicality and graceful spirit … an impressive feat for this first time novelist.”—Cherie Dimaline, author of Red Rooms




Recent releases

Wolf Man Joe LaFLamme: Tamer Untamed, by Suzanne F. Charron 

Joe LaFlamme gives Grey Owl a mush for his money.

" ...nothing less than a Ripley's romp." —Ruth Reid, fiormer CBC host

 

Dark Enough to Dance, by Colin Hayward 

Two novellas framed by two short stories introduce travellers who find the places dark enough to dance.

 

Check our Forthcoming page for details about what's coming up!

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At Scrivener Press we're always interested in high quality manuscripts that fit our list. If you think you might have one, by all means let us know. Find out how on our Submissions page.

 

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Scrivener Press acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council, and the Government of Canada through the Canada Book Fund for our publishing activities.

 

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Scrivener Press is a member of the Literary Press Group of Canada, and of the Association of Canadian Publishers. We are distributed by LitDistCo.

 

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For the third year in a row, we have a WINNER! 
Shepherd in Residence, by Elizabeth Creith, has won the 2013 Ontario Library Services--North Louise de Kiriline Lawrence Award for non-fiction. Congratulations, Elizabeth!

Bonnie Kogos's Manhattan, Manitoulin shortlisted for the 2013 Ontario Library Services--North Northern Lit Award for Adult Fiction. Congratulations, Bonnie!

Scott Overton's Dead Air shortlisted for the 2013 Ontario Library Services--North Northern Lit Award for Adult Fiction. Congratulations, Scott!

Elizabeth Creith's Shepherd in Residence shortlisted for the 2013 Ontario Library Services--North Louise de Kiriline Lawrence Award for non-fiction. Congratulations, Elizabeth!

We have a WINNER! 
Come on Over! Northeastern Ontario A to Z, by Dieter K. Buse and Graeme S. Mount, has won the 2012 Ontario Library Services--North Louise de Kiriline Lawrence Award for non-fiction. Congratulations, Dieter and Graeme!

Roger Nash's The Camera and the Cobra shortlisted for the 2012 Ontario Library Services--North Northern Lit Award for Adult Fiction. Congratulations, Roger!

Tom Managhan's The Bottle Collector shortlisted for the 2012 Ontario Library Services--North Northern Lit Award for Adult Fiction. Congratulations, Tom!

Bonnie Kogos's Manhattan, Manitoulin received a "Regional Highlights" nod on the Literary Press Group's July Newsletter, here.

Come on Over was featured on The Agenda, with Steve Paikin! Watch the interview with Dieter here.

Roger Nash's The Camera and the Cobra has been well reviewed in the Globe and Mail. Read Jim Bartley's review here.

Welling, by Margaret Christakos, and The Stonehaven Poems, by R. D. Patrick, have both been long-listed for the ReLit Award for Poetry!

Welling, by Margaret Christakos, has been named one of the Globe's Top 100 books for 2010, one of only three poetry titles on the list! Congratulations Margaret!

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