HO HO HO: Holiday Book Sale!

Arsenal Pulp Press is ringing in the holidays with a 25% special off all titles!

Bull Head: a Dazzling Debut in 2012 (Dec 2012)

The literary blog Salty Ink includes John Vigna's Bull Head on its list of the "Twelve Most Dazzling Debuts of 2012."

Liquor, Lust, and the Law excerpted in the Vancouver Sun (Dec 2012)

Liquor, Lust, and the Law, Aaron Chapman's book on Vancouver's legendary Penthouse Nightclub, is excerpted in the Vancouver Sun.

Dany Laferriere's book on the Haiti earthquake on Slate.com (Jan 2013)

The World is Moving around Me, Dany Laferrière's new eyewitness account of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, is featured on Slate.com.

David H.T. Wong at Seattle Asian Art Museum (Jan 2013)

David H.T. Wong will present a free lecture on his acclaimed graphic novel Escape to Gold Mountain at the Seattle Asian Art Museum on January 24.

David H.T. Wong at Museum of Vancouver (Jan 2013)

David H.T. Wong, author of the graphic novel Escape to Gold Mountain, will appear on a panel about Chinese Canadian history at the Museum of Vancouver on January 12.

Arsenal News & Views (Jan 2013)

Make your new year even happier by reading Arsenal's News & Views for January!

The World Is Moving around Me in the Globe and Mail (Jan 2013)

Dany Laferriere's The World Is Moving around Me, his memoir of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, is reviewed in The Globe and Mail.

The World Is Moving around Me in the National Post (Jan 2013)

Dany Laferriere's The World Is Moving around Me is reviewed in the National Post.

Gorilla Food at Book Warehouse (Feb 2013)

Aaron Ash, author of Gorilla Food: Living and Eating Organic, Vegan, and Raw, will sign copies of his book at Vancouver's Book Warehouse on February 15.

One in Every Crowd: ALA Rainbow Book List (Jan 2013)

Ivan E. Coyote's One in Every Crowd has been named to the American Library Association's Rainbow Book List of LGBT books for children and teens.

One in Every Crowd, Dirt Chronicles: ALA Over the Rainbow Book List (Jan 2013)

Ivan E. Coyote's One in Every Crowd and Kristyn Dunnion's The Dirt Chronicles appear on the American Library Association's 2013 Over the Rainbow Book List of LGBT titles for adults.

Ivan E. Coyote: No Bikini film (Jan 2013)

Ivan E. Coyote's story "No Bikini" has been made into a short film by director Claudia Morgado Escanilla.

Arsenal authors at the Wellness Show (Feb 2013)

Arsenal authors Aaron Ash, Judie Glick & Carol Jenssen, and Dreena Burton are appearing at Vancouver's Wellness Show in February.

Gorilla Food: Vegan Eat & Greet in Portland

Join raw vegan chef Aaron Ash at Herbivore for a recipe demo, live Q & A, and some delicious vegan treats in celebration of his new cookbook.

Strangers on a Train launch in Atlanta (Feb 2013)

Jonathan Goldberg launches Strangers on a Train: A Queer Film Classic in Atlanta on February 15.

Get Busy in the Kitchen! A Website Cookbook Sale

Arsenal is having a cookbook sale! For the month of February, order any cookbook or food-related title at a discount of 30%.

Canada Arts Connect interviews Barry Webster (Feb 2013)

Barry Webster talks about his novel The Lava in My Bones with Canada Arts Connect.

Arsenal News and Views (Feb 2013)

Get Arsenal's latest news and views by reading our February newsletter!

Dany Laferriere profiled in The Guardian (Feb 2013)

Dany Laferriere, author of The World Is Moving around Me, is profiled in The Guardian.

Amber Dawn: new website (Feb 2013)

Amber Dawn, author of Sub Rosa and How Poetry Saved My Life, has a brand new website.

The World Is Moving around Me: Quill & Quire review (Feb 2013)

The World Is Moving around Me, Dany Laferriere's memoir about the Haiti earthquake, is reviewed in Quill & Quire.

Amber Dawn: Vancouver launch (Apr 2013)

Lambda Award-winning novelist Amber Dawn launches her new book How Poetry Saved My Life: A Hustler's Memoir in her hometown of Vancouver on April 12.

Barry Webster at final UBC Bookstore event (Mar 2013)

Barry Webster, author of the acclaimed novel The Lava in My Bones, will appear along with writers Andrew Kaufman and Camille Martin at the final installment of UBC Bookstore's Robson Reading Series on March 14.

Stan Douglas shortlisted for Scotiabank Photography Award (Mar 2013)

Visual artist Stan Douglas has been shortlisted for the $50,000 Scotiabank Photography Award.

Rae Spoon, Barry Webster: Lambda Award finalists (Mar 2013)

Rae Spoon and Barry Webster have both been shortlisted for Lambda Literary Awards.

Vegan Secret Supper in Laika Magazine (Mar 2013)

Merida Anderson's new cookbook Vegan Secret Supper appears in Laika Magazine.

Liquor, Lust and the Law: BC Book Prize finalist (Mar 2013)

Liquor, Lust, and the Law, Aaron Chapman's book on the history of Vancouver's Penthouse Nightclub, has been shortlisted for a BC Book Prize.

Coming in June: The Trial of Pope Benedict (Mar 2013)

Arsenal Pulp Press is pleased to announce the publication of The Trial of Pope Benedict: Joseph Ratzinger and the Vatican's Assault on Reason, Compassion, and Human Dignity in June.

Barry Webster: Ferro-Grumley Award finalist (Mar 2013)

Barry Webster's novel The Lava in My Bones has been shortlisted for the Ferro-Grumley Award for LGBT Fiction.

Amber Dawn: Hottest Book Tour in Recorded History (Apr 2013)

Amber Dawn celebrates her new memoir How Poetry Saved My Life with events in Montreal, Toronto, Guelph, and Ottawa.

Amber Dawn profiled in Xtra (Mar 2013)

Amber Dawn and her new memoir How Poetry Saved My Life are profiled by Xtra.

Vegan Secret Supper in BUST (Apr 2013)

Merida Anderson's Apple Beet Salad with Lemon Tamari Vinaigrette from her cookbook Vegan Secret Supper is featured in Bust Magazine.

Liquor, Lust, and the Law featured on BBC travel blog (Apr 2013)

Vancouver's Penthouse Nightclub and Liquor, Lust, and the Law author Aaron Chapman are featured on the BBC's travel blog.

Amber Dawn profiled in Ottawa Citizen (Apr 2013)

Amber Dawn and her book How Poetry Saved My Life are profiled in the Ottawa Citizen.

Vegan Secret Supper: Brooklyn launch (Apr 2013)

Merida Anderson launches her luscious new cookbook Vegan Secret Supper at Of Us Gallery in Brooklyn on April 17.

Amber Dawn in New York (Apr-May 2013)

Amber Dawn reads from her new book How Poetry Saved My Life: A Hustler's Memoir at events in New York and Brooklyn on April 28 and May 5.

Vegan Secret Supper on Today.com (Apr 2013)

In celebration of Earth Day, Vegan Secret Supper is featured on Today.com.

Amber Dawn: The Advocate interview (Apr 2013)

Amber Dawn, author of How Poetry Saved My Life, is featured in conversation with writer Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore in The Advocate.

Amber Dawn: Autostraddle interview (Apr 2013)

Amber Dawn, author of How Poetry Saved My Life, is interviewed by Autostraddle.

Vegan Secret Supper: Montreal launch (May 2013)

Merida Anderson will launch her cookbook Vegan Secret Supper at Montreal's Appetite for Books on May 4.

Rae Spoon, Barry Webster at Blue Met Festival (Apr 2013)

Lambda Literary Award finalists Rae Spoon and Barry Webster appear at Montreal's Blue Metropolis Festival on April 26.

Amber Dawn in San Francisco (May 2013)

Amber Dawn reads from her new book How Poetry Saved My Life at San Francisco's Modern Times Bookstore on May 22.

Rae Spoon, Barry Webster read in New York (Jun 2013)

Rae Spoon (First Spring Grass Fire) and Barry Webster (The Lava in My Bones) read from their Lambda Award-nominated titles at New York's Bureau of General Services, Queer Division on June 1.

Vegan Secret Supper in Well+Good NYC (May 2013)

Merida Anderson's Vegan Secret Supper is featured in Well+ Good NYC.

Bull Head shortlisted for Danuta Gleed Award (May 2013)

John Vigna's Bull Head has been shortlisted for the Danuta Gleed Literary Award for the best first short story collection published in Canada.

Blue Is the Warmest Color film adaptation at Cannes (May 2013)

The film version of Blue Is the Warmest Color, entitled "La vie d'Adele (Blue is the Warmest Colour)," is an Official Selection in competition at this year's Cannes Film Festival.

Stan Douglas wins $50,000 Scotiabank Photography Award (May 2013)

Visual artist Stan Douglas has won the $50,000 Scotiabank Photography Award.

How Poetry Saved My Life in the National Post (May 2013)

Amber Dawn's memoir How Poetry Saved My Life is reviewed by Stacey May Fowles in the National Post.

Liquor, Lust, and the Law signings at Chapters Indigo (Jun 2013)

Just in time for Father's Day: Author Aaron Chapman and Penthouse Nightclub owner Danny Fillipone will be signing copies of Liquor, Lust, and the Law at Chapters and Indigo stores in Surrey and West Vancouver in June.

Liquor, Lust, and the Law signing at Black Bond Surrey (Jun 2013)

Author Aaron Chapman and Penthouse Nightclub owner Danny Fillipone will be signing copies of Liquor, Lust, and the Law at Black Bond Books in Surrey on June 15.

How Poetry Saved My Life in the Globe and Mail (May 2013)

Amber Dawn's memoir How Poetry Saved My Life is reviewed by Jim Bartley in The Globe and Mail.

Trial of Pope Benedict: Vancouver launch (Jun 2013)

Daniel Gawthrop launches his gutsy new book The Trial of Pope Benedict in Vancouver on June 25.

Blue Is the Warmest Color wins Palme d'Or (May 2013)

"Blue Is the Warmest Color," the film version of Julie Maroh's graphic novel, has won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival.

London Triptych reviewed by Towleroad (Jun 2013)

Jonathan Kemp's novel London Triptych is reviewed by the website Towleroad.

Vegan Secret Supper in Montreal Gazette (Jun 2013)

Mérida Anderson and her cookbook Vegan Secret Supper are profiled in the Montreal Gazette.

Vegan Secret Supper: Vancouver launch (Jun 2013)

Merida Anderson will launch her cookbook Vegan Secret Supper in Vancouver at the Dunlevy Snack Bar on June 27.

Pride Month Sale! (Jun 2013)

To celebrate Pride Month, Arsenal Pulp Press is offering 30% OFF selected LGBT titles for the month of June!

Blue Is the Warmest Color: Julie Maroh criticizes film (Jun 2013)

Julie Maroh, author of Blue Is the Warmest Color, criticizes the Palme d'Or-winning film based on her book for its graphic sexual content.

John Vigna named Danuta Gleed Award runnerup (Jun 2013)

John Vigna's Bull Head has been named one of two runnerups for the Danuta Gleed Literarary Award.

Amber Dawn excerpted in The Tyee (Jun 2013)

An excerpt from Amber Dawn's How Poetry Saved My Life appears on The Tyee.

Arsenal News and Views: June newsletter

Read all about it: the latest news from Arsenal Pulp Press.

Nick Burns on CBS Sunday Morning (Jun 2013)

Nick Burns, co-author of The Bearded Gentleman, was featured on CBS Sunday Morning.

Daniel Gawthrop on Pope Francis (Jun 2013)

Daniel Gawthrop (The Trial of Pope Benedict) assesses the first 100 days of Pope Francis's reign for The Tyee.

David H.T. Wong interviewed in The Tyee (Jul 2013)

The Tyee interviews David H.T. Wong about his graphic novel Escape to Gold Mountain: A Graphic History of the Chinese in North America.

Blue Is the Warmest Color at Toronto Int'l Film Festival (Jul 2013)

The film adaptation of Julie Maroh's graphic novel Blue Is the Warmest Color will make its North American premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Vegan Secret Supper in Vancouver Sun (Jul 2013)

Merida Anderson and her cookbook Vegan Secret Supper are featured in the Vancouver Sun.

The Trial of Pope Benedict in Xtra (Aug 2013)

Daniel Gawthrop is interviewed by the Daily Xtra for his book The Trial of Pope Benedict.

Aaron Ash in Georgia Straight (Aug 2013)

Aaron Ash talks about raw veganism and the second location of his Gorilla Food restaurant in Vancouver's Georgia Straight.

Sarah Schulman: After Delores 25th Anniversary Edition profiled in Xtra (Aug 2013)

Sarah Schulman talks about the new 25th anniversary edition of her novel After Delores in Xtra.

Blue Is the Warmest Color: Best Actress nomination for star? (Aug 2013)

Is Adele Exarchopoulos, star of the film Blue Is the Warmest Color, headed for a Best Actress Oscar nomination? Hollywood Elsewhere thinks so.

Blue Is the Warmest Color film gets NC-17 rating (Aug 2013)

The film adaptation of the graphic novel Blue Is the Warmest Color has received an NC-17 rating from the Motion Picture Assocation of America.

Rae Spoon: new CD and documentary (Aug 2013)

Rae Spoon talks to Exclaim about My Prairie Home, their brand new CD and also the name of the NFB documentary about them.

Daniel Allen Cox: Gerontophilia screenplay (Aug 2013)

Daniel Allen Cox talks to EDGE about his screenplay for Bruce LaBruce's new film Gerontophilia.

Blue Is the Warmest Color featured in Los Angeles Times (Aug 2013)

The graphic novel Blue Is the Warmest Color and its film adaptation are featured in the Los Angeles Times.

SimplyRaw Kitchen: Ottawa launch (Sep 2013)

Natasha Kyssa launches her cookbook The SimplyRaw Kitchen in her hometown of Ottawa on September 28.

Dany Laferrière: Eden Mills Writers' Festival (Sep 2013)

Dany Laferrière, author of The World Is Moving around Me, will appear at the Eden Mills Writers’ Festival on September 15.

Blue Is the Warmest Color excerpt on Slate (Sep 2013)

Slate excerpts Julie Maroh's graphic novel Blue Is the Warmest Color.

Ashley Little at Type Books, Toronto (Oct 2013)

Ashley Little reads from her new novel Anatomy of a Girl Gang at Toronto's Type Books on October 12.

Amber Dawn at Vancouver Writers Festival (Oct 2013)

Amber Dawn (How Poetry Saved My Life) is featured at three events at the Vancouver Writers Festival, on October 23 and 25.

Amber Dawn at Litquake, San Francisco (Oct 2013)

Amber Dawn, author of How Poetry Saved My Life, reads at San Francisco's Litquake Literary Festival on October 13.

SimplyRaw Kitchen: Pasta primavera recipe in Metro News (Sep 2013)

A recipe from Natasha Kyssa's new cookbook The SimplyRaw Kitchen appears in Metro News across Canada.

Universal Hunks: Seattle launch (Oct 2013)

David L. Chapman launches his new book Universal Hunks in his hometown of Seattle on October 19.

Blue Is the Warmest Color: starred review in PW (Sep 2013)

Julie Maroh's Blue Is the Warmest Color has received a starred review in Publishers Weekly.

Kelli Deeth: Fall Fiction Feast (Oct 2013)

Kelli Deeth reads from her new story collection The Other Side of Youth as part of a multi-author Fall Fiction Feast tour in Toronto, Waterloo, and Montreal.

Kelli Deeth at Ottawa Writers Festival (Oct 2013)

Kelli Deeth reads from her new story collection The Other Side of Youth at the Ottawa International Writers Festival on October 26.

Wall Street Journal interview with Julie Maroh (Sep 2013)

The Wall Street Journal covers Blue Is the Warmest Color, including an interview with author Julie Maroh.

The SimplyRaw Kitchen rave from Constantly Cooking (Sep 2013)

Natasha Kyssa's new cookbook The SimplyRaw Kitchen gets great coverage on the blog Constantly Cooking.

Sarah Schulman: After Delores excerpt in Lambda Literary (Sep 2013)

Sarah Schulman's new introduction to Arsenal's reissue of her 1988 novel After Delores is featured on Lambda Literary.

Blue Is the Warmest Color: official US trailer (Oct 2013)

Sundance Selects/IFC Films has released its official trailer for the US release of Blue Is the Warmest Color, the Palme d'Or-winning film based on Julie Maroh's graphic novel.

S. Bear Bergman at International Festival of Authors, Toronto (Oct-Nov 2013)

S. Bear Bergman writes and talks about his new book Blood, Marriage, Wine & Glitter at Toronto's International Festival of Authors on October 27 and November 2 and 3.

Salon.com interview with Julie Maroh (Sep 2013)

Julie Maroh is interviewed by Salon.com about her graphic novel Blue Is the Warmest Color.

Natasha Kyssa: raw foods workshop at Cookbook Store (Oct 2013)

Natasha Kyssa, author of The SimplyRaw Kitchen, will lead a raw foods workshop at the Cookbook Store in Toronto on October 9.

Aaron Chapman at Museum of Vancouver (Oct 2013)

The Vancouver Historical Society presents Aaron Chapman, talking about the Penthouse Nightclub and his book Liquor, Lust, and the Law at the Vancouver Museum on October 24.

Julie Maroh profiled in USA Today (Sep 2013)

Julie Maroh, author of Blue Is the Warmest Color, is profiled in USA Today.

Amber Dawn: Vancouver Book Award finalist (Oct 2013)

Amber Dawn has been shortlisted for the City of Vancouver Book Award for her memoir How Poetry Saved My Life.

SimplyRaw Kitchen in the Ottawa Citizen (Oct 2013)

Natasha Kyssa and her cookbook The SimplyRaw Kitchen are profiled in the Ottawa Citizen.

Andrew George profiled in Edmonton Journal (Oct 2013)

Andrew George Jr., author of Modern Native Feasts, is profiled in the Edmonton Journal.

EW on the controversy over the Blue film (Oct 2013)

As the film adaptation of Blue Is the Warmest Color opens in the US on October 25, it continues to generate controversy.

After Delores in Slate (Oct 2013)

The 25th anniversary edition of Sarah Schulman's 1988 novel After Delores is commemorated by Slate.com.

Universal Hunks excerpted in Geist (Oct 2013)

David L. Chapman's book Universal Hunks is featured on the cover of the Fall 2013 issue of Geist.

Universal Hunks in The Atlantic (Oct 2013)

David L. Chapman's book Universal Hunks is featured in The Atlantic.

Ashley Little: Indie Lit Extravaganza in Vancouver (Nov 2013)

Ashley Little (Anatomy of a Girl Gang) is part of an Indie Lit Extravaganza night in Vancouver on November 13.

Andrew George profiled in Winnipeg and Brandon (Oct 2013)

Andrew George Jr. and his cookbook Modern Native Feasts are profiled in the Brandon Sun and Winnipeg Free Press.

The Daily Beast: Inside Blue's sex scene (Oct 2013)

The Daily Beast analyzes the controversial sex scene in the film adaptation of Julie Maroh's Blue Is the Warmest Color.

New York Times on Blue controversy (Oct 2013)

New York Times film critic Manohla Dargis weighs in on the Blue Is the Warmest Color film controversy.

S. Bear Bergman profiled in NOW (Oct 2013)

S. Bear Bergman, author of Blood, Marriage, Wine & Glitter, is profiled by Toronto's NOW Magazine.

S. Bear Bergman in Open Book Toronto (Oct 2013)

S. Bear Bergman, author of Blood, Marriage, Wine & Glitter, participates in Open Book Toronto's WAR Series (Writers as Readers).

S. Bear Bergman: Blood, Marriage on Slate.com (Oct 2013)

An excerpt from S. Bear Bergman’s Blood, Marriage, Wine & Glitter appears on Slate.com.

Ashley Little: Kelowna launch (Nov 2013)

Ashley Little launches her novel Anatomy of a Girl Gang in Kelowna on November 20.

AfterEllen.com interviews Julie Maroh (Oct 2013)

AfterEllen.com inteviews Julie Maroh about her graphic novel Blue Is the Warmest Color.

Blue Is the Warmest Color: Daily Beast compares sex scenes (Nov 2013)

The Daily Beast compares the sex scenes in the graphic novel and the film adaptation of Blue Is the Warmest Color.

Movember Book Sale! (Nov 2013)

It's Movember! What better way to celebrate than with a beard and moustache book sale?

Universal Hunks excerpted in The Advocate (Nov 2013)

David L. Chapman's Universal Hunks is excerpted in The Advocate.

Vancouver Was Awesome launch (Nov 2013)

Lani Russwurm's Vancouver Was Awesome is part of an historical double launch in Vancouver on November 19.

Universal Hunks in Huffington Post (Nov 2013)

David L. Chapman's Universal Hunks is featured in the Huffington Post.

Julie Maroh in Toronto (Dec 2013)

Julie Maroh, author of Blue Is the Warmest Color, makes her first English-language appearance in North America for the book in Toronto on December 5.

Bear and Coyote: Vancouver, November 29 (Nov 2013)

Ivan E. Coyote joins S. Bear Bergman to celebrate the Vancouver launch of his new book Blood, Marriage, Wine & Glitter on November 29.

Bear and Coyote: Victoria, November 30 (Nov 2013)

Ivan E. Coyote joins S. Bear Bergman to celebrate the Victoria, BC launch of his new book Blood, Marriage, Wine & Glitter at the Solstice Cafe on November 30.

Bear and Coyote: Seattle, December 1 (Dec 2013)

Ivan E. Coyote joins S. Bear Bergman to celebrate the Seattle launch of his new book Blood, Marriage, Wine & Glitter at Richard Hugo House on December 1.

Blue Is the Warmest Color opens in Toronto & Vancouver (Nov 2013)

The film Blue Is the Warmest Color, based on Julie Maroh's graphic novel, opens in Toronto and Vancouver on November 8.

S. Bear Bergman: Toronto launch (Nov 2013)

S. Bear Bergman launches his latest essay collection Blood, Marriage, Wine & Glitter in Toronto on November 27.

Bear and Coyote: San Francisco, Dec 6 (Dec 2013)

Ivan E. Coyote joins S. Bear Bergman to celebrate the San Francisco launch of his new book Blood, Marriage, Wine & Glitter at the Center for Sex and Culture on December 6.

Bear and Coyote: Portland OR, Dec 3 (Dec 2013)

Ivan E. Coyote joins S. Bear Bergman to celebrate the Portland, OR launch of his new book Blood, Marriage, Wine & Glitter at the Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center on December 3.

Kelli Deeth in Calgary (Nov 2013)

Kelli Deeth, author of The Other Side of Youth, reads at Calgary's National Music Centre on November 21.

Amber Dawn wins Vancouver Book Award (Nov 2013)

Amber Dawn has won the City of Vancouver Book Award for her memoir How Poetry Saved My Life.

Paris Is Burning launch in Montreal (Dec 2013)

Lucas Hilderbrand launches Paris Is Burning: A Queer Film Classic in Montreal on December 9.

The Globe and Mail rave for The Other Side of Youth (Nov 2013)

A rave review for Kelli Deeth's story collection The Other Side of Youth appears in The Globe and Mail.

Andrew George: Modern Native Feasts launch (Dec 2013)

Andrew George Jr. launches his new First Nations cook Modern Native Feasts in Vancouver on December 5.

Universal Hunks in Xtra (Dec 2013)

David L. Chapman's coffee table book Universal Hunks is featured in Xtra.

Blue Is the Warmest Color: awards roundup (Dec 2013)

The film adaptation of Blue Is the Warmest Color is receiving lots of awards attention this month.

Blood, Marriage: a Best Book of 2013 (Dec 2013)

Author Julie Devaney has chosen S. Bear Bergman's Blood, Marriage, Wine & Glitter as her pick for the Best Book of 2013, as published in Quill and Quire.

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