Wolsak and Wynn is a quirky literary press based in the heart of Hamilton. With steel mills on one side of us, the Niagara escarpment on the other and Toronto somewhere off in the distance we spend our time producing brilliant, highly individual and sometimes provocative books. Wander through our site to see books by writers including Oana Avasilichioaei, Gregory Betts, David Collier, Glen Downie, Christine Fischer Guy, Catherine Graham, David Groulx, Richard Harrison, Ken Howe, Jeanette Lynes, D. D. Miller, Catherine Owen, Robert Priest, Tanis Rideout, Heather Spears, Moez Surani, John Terpstra, Alexis von Konigslow, Naomi Beth Wakan and Ian Williams. We’ve an author for almost every letter of the alphabet.
October 7, 2015
October is here, and that means that the wonderful Alexis von Konigslow has ended her tenure as Open Book Toronto's Writer in Residence. But in case you missed it, we're giving you a second chance to read her witty, insightful posts and interviews.
September 30, 2015
Harper's Bazaar published a list of the top 15 books for fall, and The Society of Experience is on it.
September 23, 2015
Poet, record-label owner and bookseller James Lindsay reviews Andre Alexis' literary satire A and ruminates on the potential and pitfalls of artistic communities in the first edition of our new blog feature, What We're Reading.
Matt Cahill gets a nod from interviewer Susan Gamble in the Brantford Expositor.
They're he-ere! The fall books have finally arrived in print, and we're welcoming them with due ceremony this Thursday in Toronto.
Celebrate Thanksgiving with stories straight from the farm. Jenna Butler reads from her memoir-esque essay collection about small farming in northern Alberta on Saturday, October 10, at 2 p.m. at The Bookshelf in Guelph.
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