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Jane Rule has been inducted as a member of the Order of Canada, announced by Governor General Michaelle Jean in Ottawa on February 20.
In this story of an everyman rediscovering that life is special, Coyote is telling all our stories, and it's impossible to read the novel without feeling like the author has been sneaking around behind us observing the way we live and the way we think.... Keep your eyes on this writer.
Jane Rule, legendary Canadian author, is among the 2007 recipients of the Alice B. Medal, given annually in the US to "living writers who have careers distinguished by consistently well-written stories about lesbians."
Love Among the Perogies in Edmonton, Vancouver and Courtney
Comfort Food for Breakups: Memoir of a Hungry Girl,author Marusya Bociurkiw will be reading from her new book in Edmonton, Vancouver and Courtenay, BC.
For the second consecutive year, Ivan E. Coyote has been shortlisted for the prestigious Ferro-Grumley Award in the category of Women's Fiction, for her acclaimed novel Bow Grip.
Calgary International Spoken Word Festival
A launch for Seminal, in conjunction with the 1st North American OutGames and OutFest with the assistance of Arsenal Pulp Press
Arsenal Pulp Press is pleased to announce that three of its recent titles have been named finalists for the 8th annual ForeWord Book of the Year Awards.
Pride and the Word, Saturday, July 7
Billeh Nickerson and John Barton particpate in Victoria Pride event at Open Space.
Bow Grip receives ReLit award for best novel.
Ivan E. Coyote author of Bow Grip
has won the ReLit award for best novel.
Join Dolly & Annie at Edible BC
Where People Feast Cooking Class
From the blowing-our-own-horn department: Arsenal Pulp Press is honored to be named winner of the 2007 Jim Douglas Publisher of the Year Award, awarded by the Association of Book Publishers of British Columbia.
Roy & Al has been shortlisted for a Lambda Literary Award in the category of Humor.
Plus the 30th Anniversary of the International 3-Day Novel Contest
A joint celebration of the launch of The Convictions of Leonard McKinley by Brendan McLeod
and the 30th Anniversary of the International 3-Day Novel Contest
Out on Screen Film Festival and Xtra! West launch The View from Here by Matthew Hays.
Comfort Food for Breakups author reads at Pride event.
Maruysa Bociurkiw is reading from Comfort Food for Breakups
at the Parkdale Pride celebration with Farzana Doctor, Alec Butle, ryli skelton and Suzy Yim.
Philadelphia, New York
Allan Antliff, author of Anarchy and Art is in Philadelphia and New York.
Joey 'Shithead' Keithley, author of the acclaimed memoir I, Shithead
, and his legendary punk band D.O.A. have released a brand new album, Band of Rebels; for more information, see Suddendeath.com Website
Arsenal receives 2 nominations!
Carry Tiger to Mountain and The Modern Ayurvedic Cookbook nominated for Nautilus Book Award.
Visit CBC Arts Online
for an interview and slideshow with The View from Here
author Matthew Hays.
Skids, ManBug & Bow Grip
Arsenal Pulp is pleased to announce the following three titles on the ReLit shortlist.
Future is Queer wins Silver medal
Gay Art: A Historic Collection wins Bronze
As Fresh As It Gets wins Bronze
Congratulations, Future is Queer and Gay Art: A Hisotric Collection
Future is Queer and Gay Art: A Historic Collection
New World Provence in Style at Home magazine
Writing Outside the Margins, August 26th
David Chariandy fall festival tour and book launches!
David Chariandy, author of Soucouyant, will be reading at the Vancouver International Writers & Readers Festival (October 16-21)and the IFOA International Festival of Authors in Toronto.
How it all Vegan!
, Sarah Kramer and Tanya Barnard's first, hugely popular vegan cookbook, is named in an article on animal welfare appearing in The Globe & Mail
Marusya Bociurkiw's Bay Area reading tour
Eat, Drink & Be Vegan is now available.
As Fresh As It Gets wins Honourable Mention at the Cuisine Canada Awards.
As Fresh As It Gets
by Christian Gaudreault and Star Spillos receives Honourable Mention from the Cuisine Canada Award in the category of Canadian Food Culture.
Arsenal authors at Cookbook Social
Join Arsenal cookbook authors at the Ultimate Holiday Cookbook Social!
New World Provence is now available
Dreena signs copies of her new book at Choices, Whiterock
First Person Queer contributor Mette Bach reads at Xtra! West Reading Series
Xtra! West reading series welcomes First Person Queer contributor Mette Bach and Xtra! West coloumnist, Tony Correia.
Meet Kuroshio author Terry Watada
Arsenal Pulp & SNAP Gallery invite you to the book launch of Fame Us!
Kuroshio: The Blood of Foxes reading
Kuroshio author Terry Watada launches his newest book at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre.
Arsenal Pulp Press is saddened to report the passing of Jane Rule, the legendary British Columbia author, on November 27 at the age of 76. our deepest condolences to her family and friends.
Where People Feast wins Best Local Cuisine Book (Canada)
The results of the 2007 Gourmand World Cookbook Awards have been announced: Where People Feast won the award for “Best Local Cuisine Book” in Canada! The book is now competing for the world title in the same category.
Fame Us in the news
New World Provence is the critics choice