Becoming Unbecoming and Such a Lovely Little War are reviewed in the New York Times as being among "The Season's Best New Graphic Novels."
Una's graphic memoir Becoming Unbecoming has been named the No. 1 memoir of 2016 by Oprah.com.
Sarah Schulman reads from Conflict Is Not Abuse at Obsidian in Olympia, Washington on January 16.
The Seattle Public Library, Seattlish and the Seattle Review of Books present Sarah Schulman, author of Conflict Is Not Abuse, in conversation with Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore at the Seattle Public Library on January 17.
Vivek Shraya's acclaimed debut poetry book even this page is white has been longlisted for the 2017 edition of CBC's Canada Reads.
The Vancouver Writers Festival presents Sarah Schulman in conversation with the Vancouver Sun's Douglas Todd about her book Conflict Is Not Abuse at CBC Studios in Vancouver on January 19.
Sarah Schulman writes about her "Lessons from the Past" in "Trump: A Resister's Guide," a series of essays that appear in the February 2017 issue of Harper's Magazine.
Claudia Casper's The Mercy Journals, a dystopian novel set in the aftermath of a third world war, has been shortlisted for the Philip K. Dick Award for science fiction.
Sarah Schulman, author of Conflict Is Not Abuse, talks to Lena Dunham's Lenny magazine about whether shunning is ever useful.
Sarah Schulman talks about her book Conflict Is Not Abuse at Green Apple Books in San Francisco on February 7.
Ivan Coyote's Tomboy Survival Guide has been named a Stonewall Book Award Honor Book in
Non-Fiction by the American Library Association's GLBT Round Table.
Sarah Schulman talks about her book Conflict Is Not Abuse at Book Soup in West Hollywood on February 10.
Heidi Andermack and Amy Lynn Brown, authors of Chowgirls Killer Party Food, will be appearing in Ann Arbor, Detroit and Rochester Hill, Michigan in late January/early February.
Becoming Unbecoming, the powerful graphic memoir by Una, has been named to the 2017 Amelia Bloomer List by the American Library Association.
Catherine Hernandez, author of the novel Scarborough, and Kai Cheng Thom, author of the poetry collection a place called No Homeland, are joining forces for a multi-event book launch crawl on April 22 in Toronto.
Ivan Coyote's Tomboy Survival Guide has been longlisted for the George Ryga Award for Social Issues.
Sarah Schulman talks about her book Conflict Is Not Abuse with Autumn Whitefield-Madrano at Astoria Bookshop in Queens, NY on March 3.
Aaron Chapman talks about his book The Last Gang in Town, about the Clark Park Gang of the 1970s, at the Vancouver Police Museum on March 2.
Daniel Zomparelli launches his debut story collection Everything Is Awful and You're a Terrible Person in Vancouver on March 25.
Aaron Chapman (The Last Gang in Town) and Ashley Little (Niagara Motel) are finalists for the 2017 BC Book Prizes.
The recipe for Pimento Cheese with Bacon and Pepper Jelly from Chowgirls Killer Party Food appears in the March issue of O Magazine and online at Oprah.com.
Michael Moon launches his book Arabian Nights: A Queer Film Classic in Montreal on April 1.
Kai Cheng Thom's debut poetry book a place called No Homeland has won a rave review from Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian.
Sarah Schulman (Conflict Is Not Abuse) and Vivek Shraya (Even this page is white) are finalists for the 2017 Publishing Triangle Awards.
Four Arsenal titles have been named finalists for the Lambda Literary Awards, announced March 14.
"Progress," a story from Daniel Zomparelli's debut story collection Everything Is Awful and You're a Terrible Person, appears on VICE Canada.
Ivan Coyote appears at two events at gritLIT, Hamilton's Readers and Writers Festival, on April 7 and 8.
Sarah Schulman's Conflict Is Not Abuse has received a starred review in Publishers Weekly.
Ivan Coyote (Tomboy Survival Guide) appears at IFOA (International Festival of Authors) Weekly in Toronto on April 5.
Daniel Zomparelli's debut story collection Everything Is Awful and You're a Terrible Person received a rave review in the Vancouver Sun.
Arsenal authors Kai Cheng Thom, Amber Dawn, and Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha join forces with Kama La Mackerel for an appearance at Vancouver's Verses Festival on April 25.
The Vancouver launch for Home and Away, Darcy and Randy Shore's new cookbook about foods from around the world that remind us of being home as well as away, takes place at Book Warehouse Main Street on May 3.
Claudia Casper's acclaimed novel The Mercy Journals won the Philip K. Dick Award for Distinguished Science Fiction at a ceremony in Seattle on April 12.
Christine Holmlund's Female Trouble: A Queer Film Classic, about John Waters' legendary comedy film starring Divine, launches in John Waters' hometown of Baltimore on May 13.
Marcelino Truong, author of the acclaimed graphic memoir about the early years of the Vietnam war, Such a Lovely Little War, appears at two events at the PEN World Voices Festival in New York on May 5 and 6.
Nicole Markotic reads from her new YA novel Rough Patch along with Suzette Mayr at Shelf Life Books in Calgary on May 4.
Sarah Schulman (Conflict Is Not Abuse) and Vivek Shraya (even this page is white) won Publishing Triangle Awards at a ceremony in New York on April 28.
Darcy and Randy Shore's new coobook Home and Away is featured in the Vancouver Sun.
Catherine Hernandez has written an essay in Quill and Quire on how she wrote her debut novel Scarborough.
Marcelino Truong, the Paris-based author of Such a Lovely Little War, appears at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival on May 13.
Eve Lazarus launches Blood, Sweat, and Fear, her book on cases handled by Inspector John Vance, Vancouver's first forensic investigator, at the Vancouver Police Museum on June 8.
Marcelino Truong, author of the graphic memoir Such a Lovely Little War, appears at the Vancouver Comic Arts Festival (VanCAF) on May 20 and 21.
Lambda Literary interviews Daniel Zomparelli about his story collection Everything Is Awful and You're a Terrible Person.
Kai Cheng Thom, author of the poetry collection a place called No Homeland, is a finalist for the Writers' Trust of Canada's Dayne Ogilvie Prize for LGBTQ Emerging Writers.
Eve Lazarus talks about her new book Blood, Sweat, and Fear on Global Morning News in Vancouver on May 22.
Kai Cheng Thom, author of a place called No Homeland, has won the Dayne Ogilvie Prize for LGBTQ Emerging Writers from the Writers' Trust of Canada.
Sarah Schulman talks about her book Conflict Is Not Abuse on Autostraddle.
Daniel Zomparelli's story collection Everything Is Awful and You're a Terrible Person has been reviewed in the New York Times.
The Remedy: Queer and Trans Voices on Health and Health Care, edited by Zena Sharman, has won the Lambda Literary Award for LGBT Anthologies.
Facial hair expert and author Allan Peterkin appeared on The Tonight Show on June 15 to offer host Jimmy Fallon advice on his mustache.
Catherine Hernandez talks about writing her first novel Scarborough on CBC Books.
We are pleased to announce the arrival of VS. Books, a new imprint and mentorship opportunity with author and artist Vivek Shraya.
Daniel Zomparelli's Everything Is Awful and You're a Terrible Person is reviewed by Quill and Quire.
From the Stars in the Sky to the Fish in the Sea, the first children's picture book by poet and novelist Kai Cheng Thom, with illustrations by Kai Yun Ching and Wai-Yant Li, launches at Librairie Drawn & Quarterly in Montreal on September 16.
Dina Del Bucchia launches her debut story collection Don't Tell Me What to Do at Shenanigans on Robson in Vancouver on September 26.
Dina Del Bucchia reads from her debut story collection Don't Tell Me What to Do at Shelf Life Books in Calgary on September 9, with special guests Nikki Reimer, Larissa Lai, and Shannon Maguire.
Angie Abdou launches her latest novel In Case I Go in her hometown of Fernie, BC on September 14, as part of Booked! The Fernie Writers' Series.
Lambda Literary Award finalist Kristyn Dunnion launches her latest novel Tarry This Night at Librairie Drawn & Quarterly in Montreal on September 27.
Catherine Hernandez reads from her acclaimed novel Scarborough at a free event at this year's LiterAsian Festival of Pacific Rim Asian Canadian Writing in Vancouver on September 21.
Angie Abdou reads from her latest novel In Case I Go in Cranbrook, BC on September 15 at Lotus Books.
Catherine Hernandez's novel Scarborough has been shortlisted for the 2017 City of Toronto Award.
The man who murdered Carys Cragg's father, Dr. Geoffrey Cragg, in 1995 has been granted full parole after serving 25 years in prison for the crime.
Tarry This Night by Kristyn Dunnion is one of twenty Canadian fiction titles chosen by CBC Books as a highlight of the Fall 2017 season.
What I Think Happened by Evany Rosen is one of twenty Canadian non-fiction titles chosen by CBC Books as a highlight of the Fall 2017 season.
From the Stars in the Sky to the Fish in the Sea, a children's picture book by Kai Cheng Thom, Kai Yun Ching, and Wai-Yant Li, is a highlight of the Canadian fall 2017 season, according to CBC Books.
Angie Abdou reads from her new novel In Case I Go at Audreys Books in Edmonton on September 22.
Marcelino Truong's graphic memoir Saigon Calling has received a STARRED review in Kirkus Reviews.
From the Stars in the Sky to the Fish in the Sea, the new children's picture book by Kai Cheng Thom, Kai Yun Ching, and Wai-Yant Li, has its Toronto launch on September at Another Story Bookshop.
Arsenal authors Aaron Chapman, Dina Del Bucchia, and Eve Lazarus appear at Word Vancouver, the annual book and magazine festival, on September 24.
Eve Lazarus talks to Sheryl MacKay of CBC Radio's "North by Northwest" about her book Blood, Sweat, and Fear, about forensics expert John Vance, a.k.a. "Canada's Sherlock Holmes," whose pioneering work helped to solve many murders in Vancouver.
Lydia Kwa launches her new novel Oracle Bone in Vancouver on September 20 at Propaganda Coffee.
Angie Abdou and Kara Stanley read from their new books in Victoria at Bolen Books on October 3.
Kristyn Dunnion launches her new novel Tarry This Night in her hometown of Toronto on October 12 at Another Story Bookshop.
Angie Abdou, author of the new novel In Case I Go, appears at Calgary's Wordfest on October 14.
Ivan Coyote's Tomboy Survival Guide is a finalist for the $60,000 Writers' Trust of Canada Hilary Weston Prize for Nonfiction.
Lydia Kwa, author of Oracle Bone, appears at THIN AIRL the Winnipeg International Writers Festival on September 22 and 23.