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Vegan superstar Sarah Kramer now has her very own app for the iPhone and iPad!
Venus with Biceps: A Pictorial History of Muscular Women is named one of the Top Photography Books of 2011 by Brainpickings.
Hoopla: The Art of Unexpected Embroidery by Leanne Prain has been named a Best Book of 2011 by Library Journal.
Greg Youmans will launch Word is Out: A Queer Film Classic on January 10 at the San Francisco Public Library.
Sarah B. Hood's canning book We Sure Can! has made the Edmonton Journal's top Canadian cookbooks list of 2011.
Will Aitken will launch his new book Death in Venice: A Queer Film Classic in Montreal on Thursday, January 26.
Will Aitken, author of Death in Venice: A Queer Film Classic, talks about Luchino Visconti's lyrical 1971 film following a screening at Toronto's TIFF Bell Lightbox on April 16.
David Spaner will launch Shoot It!, his new book on independent film, in Vancouver on January 22.
Natasha Kyssa, author of The SimplyRaw Living Foods Detox Manual, recently gave a presentation at the TEDx Conference in Ottawa.
Stan Douglas will launch his new book Stan Douglas: Abbott & Cordova, 7 August 1971, in Vancouver on February 10.
David Spaner, author of Shoot It!, a history of independent film, will introduce a screening of Nicholas Ray's We Can't Go Home at Again at Seattle's Northwest Film Forum on February 11.
An article on the Queer Film Classics series and Will Atiken's book Death in Venice appears in the Montreal Gazette.
Daniel Allen Cox's novel Krakow Melt and the anthology Persistence: All Ways Butch and Femme have been named to the American Library Association's Over the Rainbow List.
An excerpt from David Spaner's Shoot It! appears online in Indie Wire.
Xtra!'s Richard Burnett speaks with Will Aitken about his book Death in Venice: A Queer Film Classic.
An interview of Stan Douglas by art critic Alexander Alberro, from Stan Douglas: Abbott & Cordova, 7 August 1971, is excerpted by The Tyee.
Stan Douglas is interviewed by Vancouver's The Province about Abbott & Cordova, 7 August 1971.
David Spaner, author of Shoot It!, his history of independent film, will appear at Vancouver's Celluloid Social Club on February 22.
Billeh Nickerson will launch his new book Impact: The Titanic Poems at Vancouver's UBC Bookstore @ Robson Square on March 27.
David Spaner will talk about his book Shoot It! at UBC's Royal Bank Cinema in Vancouver, in addition to a screening of Bruce Sweeney's acclaimed indie film "Live Bait."
The book launch for V6A: Writing from Vancouver's Downtown Eastside will take place at Vancouver's Waldorf Hotel on April 12.
An excerpt from David Spaner's Shoot It!: Hollywood Inc. and the Rising of Independent Film appears on The Tyee.
David Spaner, author of Shoot It!, will be in conversation with film critic Richard Crouse at a This is Not a Reading Series event in Toronto on March 20.
Sarah B. Hood, author of We Sure Can!, offers a demonstration class in canning
applesauce at The Cookbook Store's teaching kitchen Yorkville in Toronto on March 27.
David Spaner appeared on Nadatodo on CSJF 90.1 FM (SFU's radio station) to discuss his new book on independent film Shoot It!: Hollywood Inc. and the Rising of Independent Film.
A screening of John Greyson's film "Zero Patience" will open a retrospective of his work in Toronto on March 30, sponsored by the Art Gallery of Ontario in conjunction with the Toronto International Film Festival.
Visual artist Stan Douglas has been won the prestigious Infinity Award from the International Center for Photography.
Kristyn Dunnion's riotous collection of stories about queer, urban, outlaws and outliers has been selected to compete in this year's Another Story Reads.
Daniel Allen Cox launches his new novel Basement of Wolves in Toronto on April 14.
Gord Hill launches his new graphic novel The Anti-Capitalist Resistance Comic Book at Vancouver's Spartacus Books on April 19.
Kristyn Dunnion's story collection The Dirt Chronicles and the anthology Persistence: All Ways Butch and Femme have been named Lambda Literary Award finalists.
Daniel Allen Cox reads from his new novel Basement of Wolves at Barnes & Noble in New York on April 25.
Daniel Allen Cox reads from his new novel Basement of Wolves at Montreal's Blue Metropolis Literary Festival on April 21.
Greg Youmans, author of Word is Out: A Queer Film Classic, will be doing a number of events in New York, Philadelphia, and Montreal in April.
Billeh Nickerson, author of Impact: The Titanic Poems, asks "What's so funny about the Titanic?" in this blog post for The National Post's Afterword.
Sarah B. Hood's We Sure Can! has been nominated for a Taste Canada Food Writing Award.
Lambda Literary Award finalist Kristyn Dunnion will read from The Dirt Chronicles at Calgary's Pages on Kensington on April 12.
Daniel Allen Cox reads from his new novel Basement of Wolves at an Ottawa Writers Festival event called "Cock Tales."
David Spaner talks about his book Shoot It! and with Rebel without a Cause screenwriter Stewart Stern in Seattle on April 12.
Greg Youmans talks about his book Word is Out: A Queer Film Classic at the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies in New York on April 23.
Diane (Yee) Robertson's design for Hoopla: The Art of Unexpected Embroidery has won an Alcuin Society Award for excellence in book design.
Daniel Allen Cox, author of Basement of Wolves, talks to Open Book Toronto about his new novel.
Billeh Nickerson, author of Impact: The Titanic Poems, is profiled in the Vancouver Sun.
Billeh Nickerson, author of Impact: The Titanic Poems, writes about the "unsinkable metaphor" of the Titanic for The Globe and Mail.
Ivan E. Coyote will launch One in Every Crowd in Vancouver on May 3 with a reading and an LGBTQ youth talent show!
Gord Hill, author of The Anti-Capitalist Resistance Comic Book, will launch his book in Victoria at Camas Books on May 6.
The New Granville Island Market Cookbook will be launched with a celebration at The Blue Parrot in the Granville Island Public Market on May 10.
Ivan E. Coyote and her new book One in Every Crowd, Ivan's first for LGBT youth, is featured in the Vancouver Sun.
Daniel Allen Cox launches Basement of Wolves at home in Montreal on May 5 at Drawn & Quarterly Bookstore.
David Spaner, author of Shoot It!, will present a screening of the 1961 film Something Wild at Vancouver's VanCity Theatre on May 24.
Judie Glick and Carol Jensson will be signing copies of The New Granville Island Market Cookbook at Barbara-Jo's Books to Cooks in Vancouver on June 3.
One in Every Crowd, Ivan E. Coyote's first book for queer youth, has received a starred review in Quill and Quire.
Daniel Allen Cox, author of Basement of Wolves, is profiled in the Montreal Gazette.
Arsenal Pulp Press is honored to be shortlisted for the Small Press of the Year Libris Award by the Canadian Booksellers Association.
The Vancouver Downtown Eastside anthology V6A will be launched in Montreal on June 12.
The Tastes of Ayurveda, Amrita Sondhi's second cookook, will be launched in Vancouver at Barbara-Jo's Books to Cooks on June 14.
Amrita Sondhi launches her new book The Tastes of Ayurveda at home on Bowen Island on June 30.
Contributors and co-editor Elee Kraljii Gardiner from the Vancouver anthology V6A launch Postal Code Readings at the Carnegie Centre, Vancouver on June 15.
Amrita Sondhi, author of The Tastes of Ayurveda, offers seven alternative healthy oils in the Huffington Post.
David Spaner will talk about his book Shoot It! at Book Soup in West Hollywood on July 24.
Daniel Allen Cox (Basement of Wolves) and Kristyn Dunnion (The Dirt Chronicles) are both featured at Proud Voices during Toronto Pride on June 30.
Poems from the Vancouver Downtown Eastside anthology V6A appear on The Tyee.
Lambda Literary Award winner Amber Dawn (Sub Rosa) is #6 on GO Magazine's "100 Women We Love" list.
Bestselling vegan author Sarah Kramer is one of the organizers of the 1st annual Victoria (BC) Vegan Festival on July 1.
Amber Dawn, award-winning author of Sub Rosa, has won the $4,000 Dayne Ogilvie Prize from the Writers' Trust of Canada.
Billeh Nickerson's Impact: The Titanic Poems has received a starred review in Quill and Quire.
Fifteen years after it was first published, Daniel Francis writes about his seminal Canadian history book National Dreams for The Tyee.
Amrita Sondhi's cookbook The Tastes of Ayurveda is featured in Vancouver's Province newspaper.
Arsenal's latest newsletter, featuring events, launches, reviews, and other news, is now available!
Ivan E. Coyote is the new Writer-in-Residence at the University of Western Ontario's Department of English in London, ON, beginning in late September.
David Spaner will read from his book Shoot It! at New York's Strand Bookstore in New York on September 19, to be followed by a screening of John Cassavetes'Shadows and a discussion with its star, Lelia Goldoni.
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All Queer Film Classic titles are 30% off in the Arsenal store, until August 31.
Sarah B. Hood's We Sure Can! has been shortlisted for a Taste Canada Award.
A rave review for Daniel Allen Cox's novel Basement of Wolves appears in the National Post.
The Rumpus blog interviews Ivan E. Coyote on working with her wife Zena Sharman on Persistence and with Rae Spoon on their live show "Gender Failure."
Allan Peterkin's One Thousand Mustaches: A Cultural History of the Mo is featured on Huffington Post Canada.
Gord Hill, author of The 500 Years of Resistance Comic Book and The Anti-Capitalist Resistance Comic Book , will be giving a workshop at the Victoria (BC) Anarchist Book Fair which takes place on September 8 and 9.
Musician Rae Spoon launches their first book First Spring Grass Fire in Vancouver with a performance at the Rio Theatre on September 30.
John Vigna will launch his first story collection Bull Head in Vancouver at The Bourbon on September 19.
Musician Rae Spoon's book trailer for their debut book First Spring Grass Fire features music by Rae and animation by Kerry Flannigan.
David Spaner shows clips and discusses his film book Shoot It! as part of the New York Public Library's "Meet the Scholar" program on September 20.
Daniel Allen Cox (Basement of Wolves) appears at Thin Air - Winnipeg International Writers Festival on September 27.
Musician Rae Spoon launches their debut book First Spring Grass Fire at Ottawa's Venus Envy on September 28.
Billeh Nickerson, Gord Hill, and the anthology V6A will be featured at Vancouver's Word on the Street festival.
Andrew George Jr., First Nations chef and the author of A Feast for All Seasons, is one of a group of culinary experts from 25 countries on an initiative this month sponsored by the US Department of State.
John Vigna's story collection Bull Head received a rave review from Steven W. Beattie in the National Post.
Rae Spoon's debut book First Spring Grass Fire has received a rave review in the National Post.
Montreal's Barry Webster will launch his novel The Lava in My Bones at Librairie Drawn & Quarterly in Montreal on October 12.
Leanne Prain will talk about Yarn Bombing at the Kamloops (BC) Art Gallery on September 29.
Sarah Schulman will make a rare appearance in Vancouver on November 3, in an evening entitled "Witness to a Lost Generation."
The Vancouver Downtown Eastside anthology V6A, edited by Elee Kraljii Gardiner and John Mikhail Asfour, has been shortlisted for the City of Vancouver Book Award.
David Spaner, author of Shoot It!, talks about independent film with the New York website Indiewood/Hollywoodn't.
Barry Webster, author of the novel The Lava in My Bones, teams up with Spencer Gordon, author of the novel Cosmo (Coach House), for a Cosmic Lava event in Toronto on October 18.
John Vigna talks about his acclaimed short story collection Bull Head with Vancouver Is Awesome.
Daniel Allen Cox will read from his novel Basement of Wolves as part of the Local Legends reading series at Concordia Co-op Bookstore in Montreal on October 10.
Allan Peterkin, author of One Thousand Mustaches, will be a judge at the National Beard and Moustache Championship in Las Vegas on November 11.
Transgender musician Rae Spoon launches their first book First Spring Grass Fire at the Gladstone Hotel in Toronto on September 27.
Transgender musician Rae Spoon launches their debut book First Spring Grass Fire in their adopted hometown of Montreal on September 29.
Barry Webster's magic-realist novel The Lava in My Bones has received a rave review in The National Post.
Ivan E. Coyote is appearing at Wordfest in Calgary and Banff in October.
John Vigna, author of Bull Head, will open for Martin Amis at a Wordfest festival event in Banff on October 13.
David H.T. Wong, author of the graphic novel Escape to Gold Mountain, will appear at the Vancouver Writers Festival on October 16.
John Vigna, author of Bull Head, will appear at the Vancouver Writers Festival on October 16 and 19.
Ivan E. Coyote appears at the Vancouver Writers Festival on October 17 and 18.
Transgender musician Rae Spoon celebrates the publication of their debut book First Spring Grass Fire with events in Calgary, Saskatoon, and Winnipeg in October.
Barry Webster, author of The Lava in My Bones, appears at the Ottawa International Writers Festival on October 30.
Kristyn Dunnion, author of the Lambda Award finalist The Dirt Chronicles, reads at the Impossible Words literary salon in Toronto on October 13.
Kristyn Dunnion, author of Lambda Literary Award finalist The Dirt Chronicles, is interviewed on writer Sarah Selecky's website.
Hello, Cutie!: Adventures in Cute Culture by Pamela Klaffke has been excerpted online by Guerilla.
John Vigna is on tour during November to promote his acclaimed new story collection Bull Head.
Ivan E. Coyote is interviewed by Lambda Literary about her first book for LGBT youth, One in Every Crowd.
A photo excerpt from Hello, Cutie!, Pamela Klaffke's new book on cute culture, appears in the National Post.
Barry Webster visits New Brunswick and Nova Scotia in support of his new novel The Lava in My Bones.
Rae Spoon, author of First Spring Grass Fire, is profiled in the Calgary Herald.
Amrita Sondhi will be in Chicago and Toronto in November in support of her latest cookbook, The Tastes of Ayurveda.
David H.T. Wong, author of the graphic novel Escape to Gold Mountain, is profiled by Vancouver's Georgia Straight.
David H.T. Wong will tour California and Oregon in November in support of his graphic novel Escape to Gold Mountain.
David H.T. Wong launches his graphic novel Escape to Gold Mountain in his hometown of Vancouver on November 18.
Pamela Klaffke launches her new book Hello, Cutie! in her hometown of Calgary on November 8.
Pamela Klaffke and her book Hello, Cutie!: Adventures in Cute Culture are featured in the Huffington Post.
Aaron Ash, owner of Gorilla Food Cafe and the author of the new raw vegan cookbook Gorilla Food, will appear at Vancouver's Banyen Books on November 20.
David Spaner, reads from his indie-film history book Shoot It! in Los Angeles and Bellingham.
Ivan E. Coyote's novel Bow Grip has made CBC's Canada Reads Top 10 list for BC and the Yukon.
Raw vegan whiz Aaron Ash, author Gorilla Food, is profiled in Vancouver's Georgia Straight.
Read all about it! Author tours, rave reviews, interviews and related buzz for Arsenal books in November.
Allan Peterkin is interviewed by Xtra about his new book One Thousand Mustaches: A Cultural History of the Mo.
Aaron Chapman talks about Vancouver's Penthouse Nightclub, the subject of his new book Liquor, Lust, and the Law, in the Vancouver Courier.
Amrita Sondhi talks about her new cookbook The Tastes of Ayurveda with Reader's Digest Open Kitchen.
An excerpt from Allan Peterkin's One Thousand Mustaches appears on Reader's Digest's website in the US.
Aaron Ash, author of Gorilla Food, will do an eat 'n' greet at Sarah's Place in Victoria on December 1.
Author Aaron Chapman and Penthouse Nightclub owner Danny Filippone are signing copies of Liquor, Lust, and the Law: The Story of Vancouver's Legendary Penthouse Nightclub at Vancouver's Book Warehouse on December 7.
David H.T. Wong will sign copies of his graphic novel Escape to Gold Mountain at Black Bond Books, Lansdowne Centre, Richmond BC on December 8.
Aaron Chapman, author of Liquor, Lust, and the Law, talks to Vancouver is Awesome about some of his favourite books.
Liquor, Lust, and the Law, Aaron Chapman's history of Vancouver's legendary Penthouse Nightclub, is profiled in The Province.
One Thousand Mustaches: A Cultural History of the Mo appears in The Advocate, including a gallery of famous staches.
Rae Spoon performs in Halifax on December 6 in support of their debut book First Spring Grass Fire.
Author Aaron Chapman and Penthouse Nightclub owner Danny Filippone talk about Liquor, Lust, and the Law on the Vancouver TV program The Rush.
Reviews editor Steven M. Beattie of Quill and Quire has named John Vigna's Bull Head as one of the 5 Best Books of 2012.
Heritage Vancouver hosts a rare tour of Vancouver's legendary Penthouse Nightclub, subject of Aaron Chapman's new book Liquor, Lust, and the Law.
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Aaron Chapman, author of Liquor, Lust, and the Law, writes about the legends of Vancouver's Penthouse Nightclub on The Tyee.
Lambda Literary reviews Rae Spoon's First Spring Grass Fire.
Raw vegan chef Aaron Ash and his new cookbook Gorilla Food are featured in the Vancouver Sun.
Forbidden Vancouver offers two behind-the-scenes tours of the Penthouse Nightclub, subject of Aaron Chapman's bestselling book Liquor, Lust, and the Law.