Metonymy Press publishes literary fiction and nonfiction by emerging writers. We try to reduce barriers to publishing for authors whose perspectives are underrepresented in order to produce quality materials relevant to queer, feminist, and social justice communities. We really want to keep gay book lovers satisfied.
Metatron Press (est 2014) is a literary publisher that specializes in publishing contemporary writing (poetry and fiction) by debut authors. Brave and emotionally-resonant, the work we publish both challenges and informs a new direction and style of contemporary writing and publishing. We are primarily based in Montréal on unceded Kanien’kehá:ka territory.
Baraka Books is a Quebec-based English-language book publisher specializing in creative and political non-fiction, history and historical fiction, and fiction. Our belief is that books are a haven of freedom and that they remain the foremost vector for change.
DC Books Canada is a literary press specializing in Canadian fiction and poetry.
Founded by native Montrealer Chris Oliveros in 1989, D+Q has steadily grown over the past two decades to be the world’s leading and most respected publisher of quality graphic novels and comic books by cartoonists from around the globe.
HGP publishes scholarly books in the disciplines of psychology, psychotherapy, philosophy, humanities, religious studies. Future plans are to expand into other disciplines, personal reflections and children’s books.
McGill-Queen’s University Press is a scholarly publisher of books that engage in public debate, current events, politics, contemporary thought, and the arts.
General fiction, children’s fiction, literacy, audio books, pedagogical material, poetry.
Small press – tremendous books !! This is the challenge Shoreline has had with each new publication. Shoreline began its storied life in 1991 beside the Ottawa River in Sainte-Anne-de Bellevue, with a focus on first-time authors.
Since 1973 Véhicule Press has published quality writing by Canadian authors, with a commitment to first-time authors—a third of our list. The press publishes poetry, fiction, translations, social history, and the occasional restaurant guide.