• News

    Friday May 4th 2018

    Indianland shortlisted for Pat Lowther Memorial Award

    Lesley Belleau’s poetry collection, Indianland, has been nominated for the Pat Lowther Memorial award for poetry by a Canadian woman, presented by the League of Canadian Poets. Warm congratulations to Lesley!

    View all of the shortlisted titles and details about the prize at http://poets.ca/2018/04/30/2018-book-awards-shortlist-announcements/

  • News

    Wednesday December 20th 2017

    ARP Books Winter Solstice Sale

    Save 21% on all ARP Books. https://alllitup.ca/publishers/A/ARP-Books Buy any ARP title at All Lit Up between December 21st & December 31st and save 21%! All purchases will be shipped on or about January 4th, 2018. Offer only for books purchased from All Lit Up.

  • Interview

    Tuesday September 12th 2017

    Janet Rogers on CBC Radio One’s The Next Chapter with Shelagh Rogers

    Janet discusses her poetry collection Totem Poles & Railroads, her inspiration, and her optimism for the future with Shelagh Rogers on CBC Radio’s The Next Chapter. goo.gl/ysvuiE

  • News

    Wednesday August 9th 2017

    Kaie Kellough selected as one of the CBC’s top writers to watch in 2017

    Kaie Kellough has been selected as one of the CBC’s 17 writers to watch in 2017. His 2016 experimental novel Accordéon was nominated for the Amazon First Novel Award earlier this year.
    http://www.cbc.ca/books/17-writers-to-watch-in-2017-1.4238186

  • News

    Wednesday April 19th 2017

    Accordéon receives major prize nomination

    Kaie Kellough’s novel Accordéon has been shortlisted for the Amazon.ca First Novel Award. Congratulations to Kaie on this wonderful news. The $40000 prize will be announced on May 25th.

    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/books-and-media/finalists-announced-for-amazonca-first-novel-award/article34712791/

  • Audio

    Monday February 6th 2017

    Hal Niedzviecki talks to Shelagh Rogers on CBC’s The Next Chapter about his novel The Archaeologists

    Hal talks to Shelagh about his novel and associated serialization project.

    http://www.cbc.ca/radio/thenextchapter/hal-niedzviecki-on-his-serial-novel-sheila-watt-cloutier-on-her-right-to-be-cold-1.3964279/hal-niedzviecki-on-finding-new-ways-to-connect-with-his-readers-1.3964288

  • News

    Friday January 27th 2017

    Montreal Launch of Kaie Kellough’s novel Accordéon

    Kaie will read from his novel exploring Québécois culture through race, nationalism, immigration, class, sexuality, and their intersections in the streets of Montreal. Featuring an opening set of music from Rêves Sonores, a duo project with Nick Schofield (electronics) and Stefan Christoff (piano) and featuring Ari Swan (violin). Friday January 27th, 8:30pm at Casa Del Popolo. https://www.facebook.com/events/259940314422007/

  • News

    Monday January 9th 2017

    Read Janet Rogers on Reconciliation at How I Wrote It on CBC.ca

    http://www.cbc.ca/books/2017/01/janet-rogers-how-i-wrote-it.html

  • News

    Friday April 1st 2016

    The Archaeologists serialization project

    We’ve partnered with 5 great literary magazines to try out a new experiment publishing. From now until October, we’re releasing a chapter each week of Hal Niedzviecki’s forthcoming novel, The Archaeologists, on the websites of Broken Pencil, Geist, SubTerrain, Taddle Creek, and The New Quarterly.

    To find out more about the project, visit www.archaeologistsbook.com.

  • Interview

    Friday February 5th 2016

    Writer-In-Residence Jeanne Randolph:  Local psychoanalyst, writer provides mentorship opportunities

    ARP author, psychoanalyst, and culture critic extraordinaire Jeanne Randolph talks to The Manitoban about what drives her writing. “Well, I am an odd duck. When I was in grade two, down in the swarms of Texas, I decided that I was going to be a writer. I did not even know what that meant.”

    Read the full article here.